PHE-MB MTS PD Day Conference 2022

Register here: https://memberlink.mbteach.org/Event.axd?e=2544

Physical and Health Educators of Manitoba (PHE-MB)

Conference Title: PHE-MB Physical and Health Educators of Manitoba

Locations: Sport for Life and Youth for Christ Centre

Date: October 21, 2022

Program
08:45 am - 09:00 am - Opening
09:00 am - 09:50 am - Keynote
09:50 am - 10:00 am - Break
10:00 am - 10:50 am - Session 1
10:50 am - 11:00 am - Break
11:00 am - 11:50 am - Session 2
11:50 am - 12:20 pm - Lunch
12:20 pm - 01:10 pm - Session 3
01:10 pm - 01:20 pm - Break
01:20 pm - 02:10 pm - Session 4
02:10 pm - 02.20 pm - Break
02:20 pm - 03:10 pm - Session 5

*Select sessions will also be live streamed. If you are unable to make the event in person, you will be able to select the “Virtual Option” and links will be sent the week of the event.

VIRTUAL TICKET is the same price as a regular ticket and includes the following sessions:
S10, S21, S27, and S34

Membership and Conference Fees
Early Bird Fees (early bird deadline October 7, 2022): (includes lunch)
PHE-MB Conference and Membership Fee .......................$85
PHE-MB Conference Fee ......................................................$90
PHE-MB 2022-2023 Membership Fee ................................$25
PHE-MB Student Conference and Membership Fee ........$15
PHE-MB Student Conference Fee .......................................$0 (Student membership must be purchased for $15)

Late Fees (October 8 - October 18, 2022): (lunch not included)
PHE-MB Conference and Membership Fee .......................$95
PHE-MB Conference Fee ......................................................$100
PHE-MB 2022-2023 Membership Fee ................................$25
PHE-MB Student Conference and Membership Fee ........$25
PHE-MB Student Conference Fee .......................................$10

Registration: Online registration will remain open until Tuesday, October 18, 2022. Online payment is through PayPal, credit card, or Visa debit at the time of registration.

Cancellation: PHE Manitoba does not refund conference and/or membership fees.

Transportation - As parking is extremely limited at the Sport for Life Centre/Youth for Christ Centre, PHE MB is offering shuttle service to and from the Sport for Life Centre. You can choose to park your car at one of the following locations: Garden City Shopping Centre, Polo Park Shopping Centre, St. Vital Shopping Centre, or Club Regent Casino. Shuttles will be leaving these four locations around 7:45 am. Return trip begins at 3:20 pm. Cost is $7.00 for a round trip.

If you have any questions, please contact Krystle Seymour at phemb@sportmanitoba.ca.

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Sessions - 8:30 AM-3:00 PM

S01 - CPR-C & AED Certification (4 spots remaining)

This seminar is a full Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Level C and Automated External Defibrillator training course. Successful participants will receive a certification card recognized by Manitoba Workplace Safety & Health and similar provincial bodies across Canada. Course content will include Adult, Child and Infant CPR training, Automated External Defibrillation use, Obstructed Airway techniques, and treatment for Heart Attack & Stroke. Candidates will receive a course manual and required supplies. Come ready to learn and be prepared to use mannequins and work with your hands.

The CPR-C course would include the following:
• Certification in Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Level C (includes certification card on
  successful completion)
• CPR Manual (for the participant to keep)
• Course participant folder and various handout items (exact items TBC)

Presenter: TBD

The Lifesaving Society is a non-profit registered charity. The Society's mission is to prevent drownings and other water-related injuries. Founded in Canada in 1896 and in Manitoba in 1911, the Society has over 100 years of saving lives. Annually the Society's programs are accessed by more than 1.6 million Canadians.

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Suitable for: All Educators

Additional Cost: $55 to cover the certification and supplies


Sessions - 9:00 AM-9:50 AM

Keynote (VIRTUAL) - Holistic Play

Holistic Play

Presenter: Manitoba Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Council

Location: Virtual

Time: 9:00 am - 9:50 am


Keynote - Holistic Play

Dive into this keynote to learn different holistic activities such as: Biig Hoop, Fox Tails, Screaming Eagle, and equipment free activities. Learn how to play the Holistic Way!

Presenter: Manitoba Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Council

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 9:00 am - 9:50 am


Sessions - 9:00 AM-3:00 PM

S38 - Outdoor Ed in Rural Schools

9:00 am - 12:00 pm - Outdoor Ed in Rural schools
The greatest teacher is experience. Come to a session based around delivering experiential learning opportunities in an outdoor setting. Course outline and resources will be shared, try out flint and steel fire starting, listen and share stories of what works well and what doesn't, look at some equipment that aids in the delivery of the programming, and discuss trips and resources that are useful when planning experiences for students. There will also be an opportunity to try out paracord knot tying and ask questions to an administrator on how to effectively implement an outdoor education experience in a rural school specifically.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm - PE in Rural School Round Table
Teaching PE in a rural school has its own unique set of characteristics and the greatest resource we have is other PE teachers. Since we all wear a variety of hats in a given year, having others to bounce ideas off and collaborate with is instrumental to avoiding burnout and to run a well rounded PE program. Come for an opportunity to share resources and games that work well across multiple age groups, discuss new curriculum, multi grade classes and health implementation, discuss activities for small class sizes, large group event planning such as Track and Field days and tabloid days, and review equipment that works well (or doesn't) and where to find it.

Presenter: Kendall Campbell-Jonsson

Location: Killarney School, 417 King Avenue, Killarney, MB

Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm


Sessions - 10:00 AM-10:50 AM

FULL - S02 - RAMPing Up Your Warm-Up

Use the RAMP acronym to guide your warm-up design and prepare your body for the upcoming demands of your workout or gym class. This Workout Workshop will take teachers through the warm-up design process from start to finish, incorporating exercise videos and ideas, opportunities to participate, and considerations for age-appropriate training that can be applied across different demographics.

Presenter: Jacqueline Mazur (BKin, CSCS)

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 10:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


S03 - It's Time to Get Moving with MOVE by GoodLife Kids

There is a need now, more than ever, to provide accessible physical activity and programming for kids and youth with intellectual disabilities and autism. In this workshop you will learn about MOVE by GoodLife Kids: an exclusively designed physical activity and fitness program for kids and youth, ages 12 to 21, with an intellectual disability and autism. Having fun and creating relationships is a major component of MOVE! Our Coaches work with our Participants to learn more about their abilities and interests within movement, and those preferences gets incorporated into the program. The program is FREE to participants to ensure that the cost is not a barrier to engage in physical activity and fitness programming. In this active workshop you will walk away with an understanding of the program, a mini MOVE workout led by a MOVE Coach and Support Agent as they take you through a sample of a MOVE class, and how to bring the MOVE program to your own communities.

Presenter: Larissa Sharma

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 10:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


FULL - S04 - Table Hockey aka Chess at 700 miles per hour

Need an alternative to Speed Stacking? Table Hockey has been described as chess at 700 miles per hour! The game embodies skills such as timing, speed, rhythm, fine motor skills, ambidexterity skills and hand-eye coordination all while teaching sportsmanship during amicable competition. This session will give participants an opportunity to learn about the game, resources, how to set up your own league/club and an opportunity to try out some of the different models of the games. Suitable for Grades 3 -12.

Presenter: Sal Capizzi

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 10:50 am

Suitable for: Grades 3-12


S05 - Aquatics Programs for your School

Participants will learn about the public education and training courses that the Lifesaving Society can provide to your school. Topics will include Swim to Survive swimming lessons, First Aid & CPR courses, and options for school clubs. As part of the presentation, we will review the safety issues that come up with aquatic programming, the community and health and safety issues you can improve outcomes in, and the program support options available from the Society. The session will end with a general Q & A exchange.

Presenter: Dr. Christopher Love

Dr. Christopher Love is the Water Smart and Safety Management Coordinator for Lifesaving Society Manitoba, and he is responsible for the Society’s public education and risk management programs. Prior to working for the Society, he has worked as a lifeguard, swimming instructor, and trainer across the province. He has been a certified lifeguard and swimming and lifesaving instructor for over 30 years, and he is a National Trainer for the Lifesaving Society’s programs. He holds a PhD from the University of York in the History of Swimming, and has authored a book on the subject.

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 10:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


FULL - S07 - Spin Class

Presenters: Mallory

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Ave, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 10:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


S43 - Manitoba Warrior Challenge

We are so excited to host you for the Manitoba Fitness challenge at the Rig fitness centre! You will be challenged for over all strength, speed and agility while taking part in our “Rig Course” (Obstacle Course) and then work together to get the over all best score for your team in our fitness challenge with various activities, like our Warp wall, Salmon latter, Rope climb and more! We can’t wait to meet you all and we hope your ready to have fun and challenge yourselves!

Presenter: TBA

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 10:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


FULL - S48 - Learn to Play the Traditional Way!

Learn how to use and make traditional crafts in your physical education class. The crafts you make can be taken with you and used in your classes! Presented by Manitoba Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Council.

Presenter: Cadin Dupasquier, MASRC

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 10:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


Sessions - 10:00 AM-11:50 AM

S08 - Sex Ed for 2020 & Beyond Continues

Last year we talked about comprehensive sexuality education via the Kahoot platform for junior high and beyond. This year there is free, compiled and new materials available on the topics of values and beliefs, consent and sexual assault, emotional well-being, healthy relationships, social identities: privilege and oppression, gender literacy, sexual orientation, substance use information, body image, media literacy and more.

We will cover a few of these topics discussing the following key principles: sex positive, healing centered engagement, anti-oppression, body sovereignty, harm reduction, 2STLGBQINA plus positive, decolonizing, feminism, etc. that take a holistic approach framing comprehensive sexuality education.

You will be introduced to and given sessions to use with junior high students and more.

Presenter: Eveline Buehlmann

Working with youth in the areas of sexual and mental health (including substance use) and healthy relationships throughout the province of MB for the past 20 years is my area of expertise. Currently I'm working on creating and compiling junior high comprehensive sexual health curriculum. Our goal is to create and facilitate health materials using the above principles that are developmentally appropriate for younger youth.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: Grades 5-12


S09 - Teaching Judo in Phys Ed is Easy!

This session offers participants different ways to integrate Judo into a physical education sequence as a means of action to work on the concept of dueling activities. This session presents a simple plan so that teachers who have never done Judo can integrate these principles of bodily action into physical education. It is in fact several (educational) adaptations of Judo to develop in learners several skills related to motor development for the youngest and opposition skills for the oldest. The workshop is for all teachers, no need to have practiced Judo before.

Presenter: Louis Bernier

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 - 11:50 am

Suitable for: All Grades


S10 (VIRTUAL) - Promoting Inclusion through Kin-Ball and the Omnikin Games

While the technological context means that young and old are less and less called upon to be physically active, issues of inclusion and diversity are increasingly present in the social debate. Since its inception in 1986, Kin-Ball and the other OMNIKIN games have been at the forefront of cooperative gameplay that promotes inclusion and cooperation.

In this session, you will learn how cooperative play can encourage an active lifestyle and build confidence in any young person. In addition to the benefits of Kin-Ball, you will learn new game ideas with Omnikin's durable 14'' to 48'' light-weight and colorful balls.

Kin-Ball is played with 3 teams and a very light 4-feet ball. It requires skills and strategies not found in any traditional athletic competition and every member of the team is involved in the continuous action regardless of skill level. With KIN-BALL sport and Omnikin, there is no physical contact, no intimidation, no interference and no one left out. Every member of the team is involved in the continuous action which promotes cooperation and sportsmanship, while improving speed, agility, aerobic activity, coordination and flexibility.

Presenter: Paolo Zambito

Paolo Zambito has worked with non-profit organizations for several years. Since 2018, he has been serving as the Executive Director of Kin-Ball Canada and travels across Canada and Northern U.S. to show how inclusive the sport can be.

Father of three young children, he holds a Master's degree in public administration which was completed as part of an internship with the COLUFRAS, an international NGO led by former Quebec Minister of Health Remy Trudel. The mandate of the COLUFRAS is to disseminate literature on public health issues all around the world.

Paolo also holds a certification as an instructor on OMNIKIN games and is a Kin-Ball certified trainer and a Level 1 Kin-Ball referee. Pushing the idea that sportsmanship and cooperation can go a long way in promoting physical activity in children and in the general population, Paolo has been presenting Kin-Ball in schools and showing teachers how to play the game.

Language: English and French

Location: Virtual

Time: 10:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


S10 - Promoting Inclusion through Kin-Ball and the Omnikin Games

While the technological context means that young and old are less and less called upon to be physically active, issues of inclusion and diversity are increasingly present in the social debate. Since its inception in 1986, Kin-Ball and the other OMNIKIN games have been at the forefront of cooperative gameplay that promotes inclusion and cooperation.

In this session, you will learn how cooperative play can encourage an active lifestyle and build confidence in any young person. In addition to the benefits of Kin-Ball, you will learn new game ideas with Omnikin's durable 14'' to 48'' light-weight and colorful balls.

Kin-Ball is played with 3 teams and a very light 4-feet ball. It requires skills and strategies not found in any traditional athletic competition and every member of the team is involved in the continuous action regardless of skill level. With KIN-BALL sport and Omnikin, there is no physical contact, no intimidation, no interference and no one left out. Every member of the team is involved in the continuous action which promotes cooperation and sportsmanship, while improving speed, agility, aerobic activity, coordination and flexibility.

Presenter: Paolo Zambito

Paolo Zambito has worked with non-profit organizations for several years. Since 2018, he has been serving as the Executive Director of Kin-Ball Canada and travels across Canada and Northern U.S. to show how inclusive the sport can be.

Father of three young children, he holds a Master's degree in public administration which was completed as part of an internship with the COLUFRAS, an international NGO led by former Quebec Minister of Health Remy Trudel. The mandate of the COLUFRAS is to disseminate literature on public health issues all around the world.

Paolo also holds a certification as an instructor on OMNIKIN games and is a Kin-Ball certified trainer and a Level 1 Kin-Ball referee. Pushing the idea that sportsmanship and cooperation can go a long way in promoting physical activity in children and in the general population, Paolo has been presenting Kin-Ball in schools and showing teachers how to play the game.

Language: English and French

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


FULL - S11 - Outdoor Education in Physical Education

This session provides a snapshot of the past two years teaching early years Physical Education, in Manitoba, during a global pandemic. Ideas and lessons for all educators themed around land-based knowledge, indigenous games and classic outdoor education such as fire building, nature games, free play, indigenous games and sport, and building an outdoor classroom. On a budget? Not a problem. If you have access to a woodpile and sticks you are set! You will learn the basics of how to enhance your PE program by stepping away from mainstream sports and utilizing the outdoors.

Presenter: Justine Wilmot

Justine Wilmot is currently working as a PE Specialist at Erickson Elementary School in Erickson Manitoba. She graduated with Honours in the field of Recreation and Leisure Studies from Brock University. She obtained her B.Ed. from Queens University specializing in Outdoor and Experiential Education. Justine grew up in Brampton, Ontario and has traveled and worked across much of Central, Western and Northern Canada. She has experience as an Outdoor Education Instructor for Alive Outdoors, and is a certified Whitewater Canoe Instructor for Paddle Canada. Justine spent four years working as a Youth and Family Support Worker for Environs Base Camp; a Wilderness Residential Treatment Centre for youth with drug and alcohol additions in the Canadian Rockies. Justine worked seasonally as a River Guide for Canadian River Expeditions/ Nahanni River Adventures for over a decade. Through working as a Northern River Guide, Justine was inspired to fully immerse herself in the northern lifestyle and subsequently moved to Fort Smith, NT. Over the course of nearly 4 years, she spent much of her free time learning to trap and hunt small game, travel by snowmobile to winter camps, ice fish, canoe and kayak, and experiencing the rich indigenous culture of the South Slave Region. Justine has recently moved to southwestern Manitoba and shares her passion and knowledge of outdoor education with the children of Erickson Elementary through teaching Physical Education. Justine also has the amazing ability to incorporate land-based programming and Indigenous games into her curriculum through the support of knowledge holders and elders within her school community.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


S12 - Introduction to Ultimate Frisbee

Participants will be introduced to the game of ultimate through various coaching methods that could be taught to children at school. Examples, throwing, catching, cutting, defending, learning the "Spirit of The Game" and how the sport is self-officiated.

Presenter: Corey Draper

Corey Draper began playing Ultimate in 1997 and joined the Manitoba Organization of Disc Sports board in 2006 before becoming an employee in the fall of 2007 to the present. He has played in 11 nationals and 2 World Club Championships along with countless summer recreational tournaments. Overseeing the opening of Winnipeg’s Ultimate Fields (IJL Ultimate Park).
Corey was heavily involved in the last three national events in Winnipeg as well as the World Masters Ultimate Club Championships in 2018 as an organizer/manager. Coaching juniors has been a passion of his including 12+ years in the MODS High School League, while also supporting Team Manitoba.

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 10:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: Grades 5-12


Sessions - 11:00 AM-11:50 AM

S13 - Aquatic Risk Management: Preparing for Field Trips Around Water

Running a field trip that involves water such as a canoe trip or visit to a pool or waterpark? The Lifesaving Society are Canada’s drowning prevention experts and this session will focus on how to prepare for any school activity that takes place in or near water. We will provide guidelines to assist in your planning of events, as well as advice gained from many years experience dealing with water safety issues. Come prepared with questions, as group interaction is highly encouraged.

Presenter: Dr. Christopher Love

Dr. Christopher Love is the Water Smart and Safety Management Coordinator for Lifesaving Society Manitoba, and he is responsible for the Society’s public education and risk management programs. Prior to working for the Society he has worked as a lifeguard, swimming instructor, and trainer across the province. He has been a certified lifeguard and swimming and lifesaving instructor for over 30 years, and he is a National Trainer for the Lifesaving Society’s programs. He holds a PhD from the University of York in the History of Swimming, and has authored a book on the subject.

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 11:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: All Grades


S14 - Consent for Coaches

Sexual violence doesn’t belong in sport. If you coach youth sports teams, you are in a unique position to prevent sexual violence and provide a culture of consent- even if you're unsure how to begin. We will explore what sexual violence is, why it happens, how to prevent and interrupt it, and where to get additional support.

This workshop is for anyone who coaches youth sports, though we will be focusing primarily on high school teams, and boys teams in particular.

Presenters: Erica McNabb and Sarah Martens

Sarah Martens (she / her) and Erica McNabb (they / them) have been providing comprehensive sex education for youth together since they were teens themselves. As Teen Talk Youth Health Educators, they spent over a decade of their careers co-facilitating sexual health workshops and comprehensive trainings for youth peer educators in schools and community settings throughout Manitoba.

They are co-founders of Red Oak (visit redtent.com) which provides training and consultation on anti-oppression, safer spaces, and creating consent culture. Red Oak also partners with festivals and venues to provide anti-oppressive safer spaces services at events.

Sarah is currently a Health Educator with the Dragonfly Support Program at Women's Health Clinic (on maternity leave, visit https://womenshealthclinic.org/what-we-do/pregnancy-and-infant-loss-program for details). Erica has an independent sex education practice and offers one of a kind workshops for youth and professional development for the adults in their lives.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 11:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: Grades 5-12


S16 - Building a PHE Culture

Implementing an inclusive assessment strategy to build competence AND confidence in students to initiate their own desired Physical Activity Strategy for life!

Understanding how to respond to student reflection with data helps to support tangible progress. REP's goal is to integrate tech into PHE as a means to reach more students today!

Presenter: Callen McGibbon

Co-founder of REPerformance and has been a strength coach for nearly 20 years working at the Olympic level, NHL level, active youth and Cal has also served as Team Canada’s Special Olympics Power Lifting Coach. Cal's goal has been to improve the comprehension of fitness literacy concepts amongst our youth to instill healthy habits for life!

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 11:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: Grades 5-12


FULL - S17 - Functional Range Conditioning

Functional range and mobility training is essential for joint health, injury prevention and developing usable range of motion. In this interactive session, teachers will be introduced to a variety of techniques including PAILS and RAILS (Angular Isometric Loading), CARS (Controlled Articular Rotations) to help gain workable range of motion at different joints to increase strength, flexibility and train joints at their end ranges where injuries often happen.

Presenter: Jeff Wood (BPE, CSCS, FRCm)

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 11:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: All Grades


S41 - Multicultural Dance

Session description to come.

Presenter: Rupal Malik

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Ave, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 11:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: All Grades


S44 - Manitoba Warrior Challenge (8 spots remaining)

We are so excited to host you for the Manitoba Fitness challenge at the Rig fitness centre! You will be challenged for over all strength, speed and agility while taking part in our “Rig Course” (Obstacle Course) and then work together to get the over all best score for your team in our fitness challenge with various activities, like our Warp wall, Salmon latter, Rope climb and more! We can’t wait to meet you all and we hope your ready to have fun and challenge yourselves!

Presenter: TBA

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 11:00 am - 11:50 am

Suitable for: All Educators


Sessions - 12:20 PM-1:10 PM

S06 - MPASS: What is it?

This session will provide an overview of the Manitoba Physical Activity Safety in Schools (MPASS) website. Created in conjunction between MSBA, MPESA, PHE Manitoba, and Manitoba Education and Early Childhood Learning, Manitoba Physical Activity Safety in Schools is a comprehensive safety and risk management resource for physical activity, physical education, field trips, and interscholastic sports in Manitoba schools. It is a combination of the safety guidelines from the Safety Guidelines for Physical Activity in Manitoba Schools (2016), YouthSafe Manitoba: School Field Trip Resource, and other published MSBA safety guidelines (for example, Swim Safe Program).

Presenters: Geoff Brewster and Dean Hardern

Geoff Brewster is a Physical Education & Health Education Consultant with Pembina Trails School Division.

Dean is a middle years and senior years Physical Education specialist and Athletic Director in Border Land School Division. He has been teaching Physical Education in schools for 15 years and in addition was previously contracted by Manitoba Education as a Tutor/Marker and Course Writer for several Distance Education Physical Education courses. Dean completed his Masters’ of Education in 2019 and has previously received the PHE Canada Dr. Andy Anderson Young Professional Award for exemplary work in Physical Education and the PHE Manitoba Regional Recognition Award for Outstanding leadership in Physical Education.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: All Educators


S19 - PHE MB, who we are and what we do

Overview of PHE MB as an organization. Topics to be included: what you get for a membership, show to get involved, opportunity for feedback and idea sharing.

Presenter: Alyson Gysel

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


S20 - High Fitness (6 spots remaining)

The combination of aerobic and anaerobic training, complemented by active recovery tracks, make HIGH FITNESS an extremely effective and efficient form of training. Alternating bouts of high-intensity movement with moderate/active recovery means you avoid plateaus, and constantly challenge your body in a safe and effective way that works for YOU. HIGH Fitness is a ZERO equipment, full body workout that has been shown to improve overall endurance, stamina, strength, and cardiovascular health. More importantly, it yields extremely important mental health benefits. Beyond the workout, HIGH Fitness brings fun, fabulous music, and a community like no other connection, support, and inclusion reap their own benefits on both the mind and body! Get ready to dance and sweat!!

Presenter: Deondra Twerdun-Peters

Deondra is currently a physical education teacher at Fort Richmond Collegiate. She is passionate about fitness and sharing opportunities for students to stay active for a lifetime.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: Grades 5-12


S21 (VIRTUAL) - What Are You Counting On: Physical Education and Numeracy?

Physical Education has its own curricular expectations. However, some of these expectations can be met or reinforced through other curricular areas, and other curricular areas (with a focus on mathematics) can have some of their expectations met or reinforced in Physical Education Classes. We will demonstrate some of these activities. Be prepared to learn through involvement in these activities.

Presenter: John Byl

John Byl, PhD, (he, him) is the Canadian Gopher Educational Consultant, was president of CIRA Ontario (2003-2018), and a retired professor of Physical Education at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario (1986-2014). Dr. Byl has authored or coauthored over 30 books. He is the winner of several professional awards, including the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for promoting physical activity across Canada, and is a regular workshop leader across Canada. He has a special interest in promoting fun, active participation for all children and developing and maintaining personal wellness.

Location: Virtual

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


S21 - What Are You Counting On: Physical Education and Numeracy?

Physical Education has its own curricular expectations. However, some of these expectations can be met or reinforced through other curricular areas, and other curricular areas (with a focus on mathematics) can have some of their expectations met or reinforced in Physical Education Classes. We will demonstrate some of these activities. Be prepared to learn through involvement in these activities.

Presenter: John Byl

John Byl, PhD, (he, him) is the Canadian Gopher Educational Consultant, was president of CIRA Ontario (2003-2018), and a retired professor of Physical Education at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario (1986-2014). Dr. Byl has authored or coauthored over 30 books. He is the winner of several professional awards, including the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for promoting physical activity across Canada, and is a regular workshop leader across Canada. He has a special interest in promoting fun, active participation for all children and developing and maintaining personal wellness.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


FULL - S22 - Pyramid Building and More!

Pyramids, not just for the Egyptians anymore! Come out to an active session where you'll learn some basics of incorporating human pyramids and hand-to-hand positions into your PE classes. Pyramid building is a great way to work on team building, cooperation, body awareness, and physical literacy with your students. Be ready to join the circus!

Presenter: Bryan Vermeylen

Bryan has been teaching Early Years PE for 16 years. Certified Circus Instructor through the National Circus School in Montreal. Incorporating Circus Arts into PE for the last 6 years.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


S24 - Physiotherapy and Physical Education: Middle and High School Considerations

Session description to come.

Presenter: Megan Carter

Location: Sport for Life Centre (145 Pacific Ave, Winnipeg)

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: Grades 5-12


S25 - Empowering Boys - Preventing Sexual Exploitation

The session will highlight and promote new workshops of the MaMaWi Centre to engage boys and young men to prevent sexual exploitation. Sexual exploitation can occur in different ways such as prostitution, human trafficking, peer-to-peer exploitation (sexting), on social media platforms (TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat), releasing a person’s sexual photos/videos as a form of punishment or human trafficking. It is often committed by men.

Discussion about the goals and activities of the workshops that MaMaWi can offer to schools:
• engage male high school students between grades 9 and 12 in age-appropriate and
  empowering conversations to discuss sexual exploitation and its impact.
• help students to critically assess the role of the culture, (social) media and unhealthy
  masculinity that can lead to sexual exploitation.
• promote positive values such as respect, empathy, consent, vulnerability for boys to create
  a healthy masculinity, healthy relationships and reduce sexual exploitation.

The session will contain a presentation and Q & A with participants. While MaMaWi is an Indigenous organization, the workshops that will be discussed are open to all ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

Presenter: Hennes Doltze

Hennes Doltze is social worker, advocate and father of 3 boys. Over his career he has worked with many men to help them grow in their relationships, wellbeing and mental health and to reduce negative behaviors such as intimate partner violence and sexual exploitation and human trafficking. He believes that in order to create safety for women and girls it is essential to include men and boys to empower them to make better choices for themselves and their communities. He has a strong interest in social justice and advocacy and has held various positions in the justice, child welfare and the mental health field in Canada as well as in Germany. He enjoys spending time with his family, good books and in nature.

Hennes leads a new project with the MaMaWi Centre to engage men and boys to prevent sexual exploitation. MaMaWi is a community mandated, Indigenous directed and supported family support service organization delivering community-based programs and services to Indigenous children, youth and families living in Winnipeg.

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: Grades 9-12


FULL - S26 - RAMPing Up Your Warm-Up

Use the RAMP acronym to guide your warm-up design and prepare your body for the upcoming demands of your workout or gym class. This Workout Workshop will take teachers through the warm-up design process from start to finish, incorporating exercise videos and ideas, opportunities to participate, and considerations for age-appropriate training that can be applied across different demographics.

Presenter: Jacqueline Mazur (BKin, CSCS)

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: All Educators


S28 - Tennis in Schools

To equip instructors with the fundamentals of delivering a beginners tennis curriculum, program or session

Presenter: Robert Kennedy

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


S45 - Manitoba Warrior Challenge

We are so excited to host you for the Manitoba Fitness challenge at the Rig fitness centre! You will be challenged for over all strength, speed and agility while taking part in our “Rig Course” (Obstacle Course) and then work together to get the over all best score for your team in our fitness challenge with various activities, like our Warp wall, Salmon latter, Rope climb and more! We can’t wait to meet you all and we hope your ready to have fun and challenge yourselves!

Presenter: TBA

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 1:10 pm

Suitable for: All Educators


Sessions - 12:20 PM-2:10 PM

S39 - The Foundations

The Foundations workshop both teaches and gives you the tools to take control of your whole health. 1) Fruits and Vegetables 2) Water 3) Sleep 4) Mindset 5) Language 6) Body Movement These 6 key habits are essential to every single person becoming the healthiest version of themselves. This is where everyone should begin, and then grow from there. The tools learned in this workshop will help you start taking control of your mental and emotional health, as well as your physical health.

Presenter: Justine Arsenault
I am the owner and founder of BNA Lifestyle. I am a certified mindset, language and nutrition coach as well as a personal trainer. My main focus when working with anyone is to help them become healthy and happy. The world has spent too much time focusing on losing weight, grinding at the gym and believing that they are broken. I take women and men back to basics, where they learn how to become healthy on all levels. We break the patterns of emotional and habitual eating so they can have an amazing relationship with food. I show them how to love moving their body in a way that feels right to them so they can continue to do so for the rest of their life. I help them change their generational language so that they can speak better to themselves and those around them and therefore have stronger relationships with themselves and the world. I guide them through the hard stuff, walk with them through their past, stand beside them in the dark and allow them to see their stories from a different perspective. From this different perspective comes space and clarity, giving them the ability to release those past stories that have been chasing them for so long.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Ave, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 2:10 pm

Suitable for: All Educators


Sessions - 12:20 PM-3:10 PM

S18 - Everyone's a Climber

In this session we will take participants through how climbing can play an integral part in the long-term athlete development model. We will learn how inclusive climbing can be.

Presenter: Mario Ferreira

Mario was born in Winnipeg and has lived there for most of his life; he is a winter enthusiast! Before climbing, Mario also played many years of basketball. After thousands of steps right past the climbing wall to get to the basketball courts at the University of Manitoba, he finally decided to stop and give it a try and was instantly hooked. Throughout his degree in Recreation Management and Community Development, Mario spent endless hours at the wall getting homework done, climbing, and connecting with the community. This fostered his love for the sport and led him to where he is today.

Mario has experience running summer camps, after school programs for youth and community events. Now as his educational background, passion for climbing, and experience meet, Mario couldn’t be happier to be working at Winnipeg’s first bouldering only facility alongside amazing friends and coworkers. When Mario is not in the gym he spends his time with his wife and dogs road tripping, camping, outdoor rock climbing, and paddling in Manitoba and across Northwestern Ontario.

Location: The Hive Climbing & Fitness Winnipeg, Unit 7 - 960 Lorimer Blvd, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 12:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


Sessions - 1:20 PM-2:10 PM

S15 - Canadian Olympic School Program

The Canadian Olympic School Program (COSP) offers over 100 free online resources designed to inspire and challenge students to integrate the Olympic Spirit in their daily lives. Applicable to all grade levels, from elementary to high school, the COSP resources are pedagogically sound, written by teachers, for an effortless implementation in all learning and sport environments.

Presenter: Canadian Olympic School Program

The Canadian Olympic School Program (COSP) offers over 100 free, online resources designed to inspire and challenge students to integrate the Olympic Spirit in their daily lives. Applicable to all grade levels, from elementary to high school, the COSP resources are pedagogically sound, written by teachers, for an effortless implementation in all learning and sport environments.

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 2:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


S23 - Winterball/Baseball 5 (4 spots remaining)

Winterball is a FREE program offered by Baseball Manitoba and sponsored by Major League Baseball, Home Run Sports, and Baseball Canada. The program is aimed at grades K-8 with the primary focus on introducing the fundamentals of baseball in a fun manner that is non-competitive. Teachers can sign up for the program following the presentation and will be provided with a bag of equipment and detailed lesson plans. More information can be found here - http://www.baseballmanitoba.ca/winterball. Baseball5 is a fast paced team sport where individual skills and hand-eye coordination are highlighted. Teams are made up of 5 players each, splitting into offense and defense. Most normal Baseball rules apply, with the biggest change being the offensive player starts with the ball and uses their hand to hit, instead of off a pitcher. The sport requires little equipment - only a rubber ball, and can be played anywhere. More information can be found here - https://baseball.com.au/baseball5/.

Presenter: James Zamko

James is in his fifth year as Program Director for Baseball Manitoba. Instructor at Home Run Sports Training Centre. Graduated from the University of Winnipeg with a Bachelor of Kinesiology Degree. Coached at the College/University level with Douglas College and U of W.

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 2:10 pm

Suitable for: Grades K-8


S27 (VIRTUAL) - Tag, Tag, and More Tag! Over 30 Locomotor Challenges

Tag games are wonderful opportunities for older children to get warmed up for activity and for younger children to play as activities in themselves as we explore various locomotor challenges. Play with traditional tag games and end-to-end tag games such as: Noodle Waddle, Bugs, Hot Dogs, or Crabby Ball Tag. Engage and learn over 30 different variations.

Presenter: John Byl

John Byl, PhD, (he, him) is the Canadian Gopher Educational Consultant, was president of CIRA Ontario (2003-2018), and a retired professor of Physical Education at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario (1986-2014). Dr. Byl has authored or coauthored over 30 books. He is the winner of several professional awards, including the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for promoting physical activity across Canada, and is a regular workshop leader across Canada. He has a special interest in promoting fun, active participation for all children and developing and maintaining personal wellness.

Time: 1:20 pm - 2:10 pm

Platform: Virtual

Suitable for: All Educators


S27 - Tag, Tag, and More Tag! Over 30 Locomotor Challenges

Tag games are wonderful opportunities for older children to get warmed up for activity and for younger children to play as activities in themselves as we explore various locomotor challenges. Play with traditional tag games and end-to-end tag games such as: Noodle Waddle, Bugs, Hot Dogs, or Crabby Ball Tag. Engage and learn over 30 different variations.

Presenter: John Byl

John Byl, PhD, (he, him) is the Canadian Gopher Educational Consultant, was president of CIRA Ontario (2003-2018), and a retired professor of Physical Education at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario (1986-2014). Dr. Byl has authored or coauthored over 30 books. He is the winner of several professional awards, including the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for promoting physical activity across Canada, and is a regular workshop leader across Canada. He has a special interest in promoting fun, active participation for all children and developing and maintaining personal wellness.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 2:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


S29 - Teaching Physical Education Outside

The last two years has shown me that outdoor spaces can help students grow and open up to new experiences for physical education programming in the elementary years. I want to help teachers who are thinking about increasing their outdoor physical education lessons to once a cycle - throughout the year! I will share everything from preferred timetabling, equipment must haves, and lessons to integrate for all types of weather.

Presenter: Nicole Clement

I have been teaching elementary Physical Education for over 20 years. Over the last two years we all went to teaching outdoors. At first I was nervous, but since have adopted a curriculum teaching 50:50 indoors and outdoors. I love it and would like to share my planning, equipment, and lessons for outdoor physical education.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 2:10 pm

Suitable for: Grades K-4


S30 - Exceed with Speed and Progressing Plyometrics (1 spots remaining)

This session mixes classroom with hands-on practical application of speed and plyometric programming and provides drills, progressions and important considerations with regards to loading, rest and intensity. Learn how to incorporate speed and power into your Physical Education classes.

Presenter: Davis Chase (BKIN, CSCS)

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 2:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


FULL - S42 - Spin Class

Presenters: Mallory

Suitable for: All Levels

Time: 13:00 pm - 2:10 pm

Location: Sport for Life Centre (145 Pacific Ave, Winnipeg)


S46 - Manitoba Warrior Challenge

We are so excited to host you for the Manitoba Fitness challenge at the Rig fitness centre! You will be challenged for over all strength, speed and agility while taking part in our “Rig Course” (Obstacle Course) and then work together to get the over all best score for your team in our fitness challenge with various activities, like our Warp wall, Salmon latter, Rope climb and more! We can’t wait to meet you all and we hope your ready to have fun and challenge yourselves!

Presenter: TBA

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 2:10 pm

Suitable for: All Educators


Sessions - 1:20 PM-3:10 PM

S31 - Juggling and Balance Skills

In this session, participants will learn the fundamentals of both juggling and basic balance skills. We will focus on scarf and ball juggling but will also explore techniques involving balance boards (rola bola) and object balance. A beginner’s series of progressions and games will be taught and a special emphasis will be placed on making these physical literacy skills accessible with minimal equipment investments. Advanced participants are welcome.

Presenter: Isaac Girardin

Born and raised in Churchill, Isaac Girardin first discovered juggling on the streets of Istanbul over fifteen years ago. Falling in love with the art, he quickly progressed his skills while living in Montreal and on returning to Manitoba began building community, his talents, and developing local circus arts appreciation.

Now a veteran of the profession, he has performed thousands of shows both nationally and internationally from the Canadian arctic to the deserts of Dubai as his character "Mr. Circus" among other roles.

As an experienced instructor Isaac has taught hundreds of PE classes and thousands of students from all ages and walks of life. While holding a particular affinity for remote northern communities and First Nations, he has also taught in DSFM, Hutterite, Private, Urban, and Rural schools across the province. In addition to his extensive hands on experience he has further formalized his familiarity with the art and is a certified Circus Arts Instructor from the Ecole Nationale de Cirque.

Passionate about developing and growing circus arts appreciation in Manitoba, he is the founder and first president of the non-profit Winnipeg Circus Club, founder of the non-profit PCA, and has lead and participated in multiple arts and social circus residencies in schools across the province.

A consummate professional, he is always on the journey to developing new and exciting performance abilities or teaching techniques and bringing them to his audiences and students wherever they are.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


S32 - Fundamentals of Cheerleading

Cheerleading is a combination of stunting, gymnastics and dance. The first part of this session will provide an introduction into the world of competitive cheerleading. You will learn what is required to begin a cheerleading team at your school, and a basic overview of the rules and regulations. You will be provided with resources that will be essential to running a successful cheerleading program.

The second part of this session will be focused on the physical aspects of the sport of cheerleading, beginning with basic stunting and safety drills. This session can be adapted to the comfort and the ability of the participants.

Presenter: Spencer Weisensel

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Suitable for: Grades 5-12


S33 - Sex Ed Skills: 2STLGBQIA+ Inclusion

Every 2STLGBQIA+ youth I have worked with in my 20 years as a Sex Educator says the same thing: school-based sex ed rarely- if ever- meets their needs. Research confirms this, and adds that all students benefit from comprehensive, 2STLGBQIA+ inclusive sex education. In this session we will explore tools, approaches and resources you can use to create 2STLGBQIA+ inclusive sex ed classes.

[2STLGBQIA+ represents people who are Two Spirit, Transgender, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Intersex and Asexual or use other names for belonging to similar identity groups]

Presenter: Erica McNabb

Erica McNabb (they / them) is an experienced Sex Educator who has been providing comprehensive sex education for youth since being a high school student themselves. As a Youth Health Educator at Teen Talk, Erica spent over a decade professionally facilitating sexual health workshops and comprehensive trainings for peer educators in schools and community settings throughout Manitoba. In 2020 Erica started an independent sex education practice offering one of a kind sex education workshops for youth and professional development for the adults in their lives. Visit ericamcnabb.com for more information or to book a workshop.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Suitable for: Grades 5-12


S40 - Enseigner le Judo en education physique, c'est facile!!

J'aimerais proposer aux participants différents moyens d'intégrer la Judo dans une séquence en éducation physique comme moyen d'action pour travailler le concept d'activités de duel. Je présenterais une planification simple pour que des enseignants n'ayant jamais fait de Judo puisse intégrer ces principes d'action corporelle en éducation physique. C'est en fait plusieurs adaptations (éducatifs) du Judo pour développer chez les apprenants plusieurs savoir-faire en lien avec le développement moteur pour les plus jeunes et des habiletés d'opposition chez les plus vieux. L'atelier s'adresse à tous les enseignants, nul besoin d'avoir pratiqué le Judo auparavant.

Presenter: Louis Bernier

Je suis un enseignant en éducation physique et à la santé qui a travaillé au primaire et au secondaire. J'ai travaillé huit ans en direction d'établissement scolaire pour revenir en enseignement. Je suis un spécialiste en Judo, je pratique ce sport depuis 40 ans. J'ai fait de la compétition principalement au niveau national. J'ai par la suite enseigné mon art martial durant plus de 25 années, des tous petits aux athlètes de niveau national. Je suis maintenant un arbitre international, arbitrant des tournois partout dans le monde.

Language: French

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 1:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


Sessions - 2:20 PM-3:10 PM

S34 (VIRTUAL) - Finding the Right Fit

This session will look at how important it is to always be prepared for the unexpected when creating class workouts. This means having modifications readily available to accommodate varying skill levels, physical diversity, and injury. Students shouldn't be left on the sideline during a workout for these reasons and teachers shouldn't be left scrambling. At the end of this session, you will be equipped to create a continuum of exercise options and a mindset that is flexible to work on the fly.

Presenter: Jethro Bartelings

Jethro is a Physical and Health Education teacher at Tec Voc High School. His focus has been on exploring ways to help students find purpose in movement and fitness to enrich their own lives and goals. Jethro regularly pursues continuing education and enjoys seeing how it plays out with supporting his students. Outside of his school, he also is a part-time coach at a local gym that serves clients from 14-60+ years old.

Time: 2:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Platform: Virtual

Suitable for: All Grades


S34 - Finding the Right Fit

This session will look at how important it is to always be prepared for the unexpected when creating class workouts. This means having modifications readily available to accommodate varying skill levels, physical diversity, and injury. Students shouldn't be left on the sideline during a workout for these reasons and teachers shouldn't be left scrambling. At the end of this session, you will be equipped to create a continuum of exercise options and a mindset that is flexible to work on the fly.

Presenter: Jethro Bartelings

Jethro is a Physical and Health Education teacher at Tec Voc High School. His focus has been on exploring ways to help students find purpose in movement and fitness to enrich their own lives and goals. Jethro regularly pursues continuing education and enjoys seeing how it plays out with supporting his students. Outside of his school, he also is a part-time coach at a local gym that serves clients from 14-60+ years old.

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 2:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


FULL - S35 - Functional Range Conditioning

Functional range and mobility training is essential for joint health, injury prevention and developing usable range of motion. In this interactive session, teachers will be introduced to a variety of techniques including PAILS and RAILS (Angular Isometric Loading), CARS (Controlled Articular Rotations) to help gain workable range of motion at different joints to increase strength, flexibility and train joints at their end ranges where injuries often happen.

Presenter: Jeff Wood (BPE, CSCS, FRCm)

Location: Sport for Life Centre, 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 2:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Suitable for: All Grades


S36 - Fitness and Fun Gymnastics

Our session will provide creative, fun and engaging ideas to teach basic movement gymnastic skills for children K - 4. We will provide an illustrated booklet for all participants that will offer progressions that can be followed to teach basic skills. We will be actively engaging with participants to offer a chance to learn how to spot and teach skills.

Presenters: Peggy Glassco and Melanie Botelho Urbanski

Owner of Gymkyds Gymnastics Centre for 22 years. Offering Gymnastic Classes to children ages 1 and up. Gymkyds has provided fun, creative movement / gymnastic classes to children of abilities. Focusing on Fun and making sure that every child leaves feeling success and with the love of gymnastics.

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 2:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Suitable for: Grades K-4


FULL - S37 - Spin Class

Presenters: Mallory

Suitable for: All Levels

Time: 2:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Location: Sport for Life Centre (145 Pacific Ave, Winnipeg)


S47 - Manitoba Warrior Challenge

We are so excited to host you for the Manitoba Fitness challenge at the Rig fitness centre! You will be challenged for over all strength, speed and agility while taking part in our “Rig Course” (Obstacle Course) and then work together to get the over all best score for your team in our fitness challenge with various activities, like our Warp wall, Salmon latter, Rope climb and more! We can’t wait to meet you all and we hope your ready to have fun and challenge yourselves!

Presenter: TBA

Location: Youth for Christ Centre, 333 King Street, Winnipeg, MB

Time: 2:20 pm - 3:10 pm

Suitable for: All Educators