YMCA of Simcoe Muskoka
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Our mission, our vision and values reflect the aspirations of the communities we serve and the rich history and service of the YMCA over the past 160 years in Canada.
Each of our communities is special, each is unique, and each has a story to be told. Our region is enriched by our communities. The YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka sees each Y as special and sees each person in it as an opportunity for participation and belonging.
We all are part of special places we call ours. That may be a village, town, city, region – or even a lake, a café or a park. Each community, each special place, is a part of who we are and what we aspire to be. For each of us, for those who work and volunteer with our Ys, and for those who use its services, we each have a YMCA that is special to us and to our community. We each have a “My Y.”
Yoga in Motion
Yoga in Motion brings yoga & wellness to you in your own chosen space. Offering yoga for people of all ages and abilities, through personalized classes suited to your unique needs.
- in home
- special occasions
Private and drop in classes are also available 5 times throughout the week at Balanced Body Studio & Wellness Centre in Orillia.
17 Colborne St E
Barrie Skating Club
The Barrie Skating Club (BSC) is a non-profit Skate Canada sanctioned organization that has been instructing Barrie and area youth for over 60 years. The BSC operates out of the City of Barrie’s Allandale Recreation Centre and is run by a volunteer Board of Directors, along with parent volunteers. Our club’s skaters range in age from 3 to young adults, and are enrolled in beginner (CanSkate) to competitive (StarSkate/Competitive Skate) programs, as well as PowerSkate programs for those wishing to build skating skills for hockey. Many of the BSC’s figure skaters go on to the Mariposa School of Skating to further their skills in competitive skating.
P.O. Box 444, Barrie, Ontario L4M 4T7
Phone: (705) 721-1223
Maripos School of Skating
The Mariposa School of Skating offers expert training at all levels from beginner to World and Olympic caliber skaters. The school was established in 1973 in Orillia, Ontario and moved to Barrie in 1988. It was designed to offer the best facilities and coaching which would stimulate growth and learning in competitive Figure Skating. The facility consists of a sixteen acre campus and located on this is a secondary school, an Olympic size and one North American size ice rink, swimming pool, off-ice conditioning area and administration offices.
190 Bayview Drive
Innisfil Skating Club
Wecome to the home of the Innisfil Figure Skating Club. We are a non-profit organization run by dedicated parent volunteers and a group of professional Skate Canada coaches.
The IFSC is a proud member of Skate Canada and trains out of both the Stroud Arena and the Innisfil Recreation Complex (IRC).
We proudly provide levels from Pre-CanSkate (formerly Learn to Skate), CanSkate, StarSkate A (formerly Junior and Intermediate) and StarSkate B (formerly Senior) programs from October to the end of March.
For over 40 years the IFSC goal has been to provide an environment of fun, social, learning, self-confidence and support to every level of skater.
No matter what you child would like to accomplish in his/her skating life; whether that be figure skating, hockey, or recreation skating everything begins with the basics. The IFSC can help your child master these basic skating skills so in the future they can concentrate on the specific tasks needed forthe sport of their choice.
Lake Simcoe Region
This site is dedicated to the Lake Simcoe region, it's environmental concerns, tourism and the businesses that surround it.
We will be providing Historical information and useful content as we find it, to enrich the site and bring traffic to all our customers.
If you have knowledge of the history, or know of information visitors might find useful we'd love to talk to you.
We are encouraging businesses and event promoters to use this site to advertise and host their activities and product offerings, we will be providing low cost transactions for products, and event ticket sales for the region.
We're combining the mass-participation buzz of a big-city marathon with the epic feel of riding in a stage of the Tour de France. If you want to race, you can race. If you'd rather ride, you can ride. Centurion Cycling events feature:
Epic courses in unique venues
Standardized format and set distances of 25 miles, 50 miles and 100 miles
High quality of production, including a coordinated mass start so racers can race and riders can ride, chip timing, controlled traffic throughout and full support
Enhanced atmosphere of an expo village
Individual and team competition and camaraderie
Centurion Cycling welcomes racers, competitive cyclists, tri-athletes in training, recreational riders and families/friends to all embrace this new challenge and be a Centurion!
Central Ontario ATV Club
Central Ontario ATV Club is a not for profit organization established in 1999 that endeavors to build trails in the Simcoe County, allowing ATVers to take in the amazing scenery this area has to offer. With our team of dedicated volunteers we build and maintain over 60km’s of bush trail located in various Simcoe County Forests that vary from smooth & sandy to tricky & technical. The club hosts several events each year including charity rides, novice rider events, safety courses and overnight camp trips up north. Our members also enjoy the benefit of access to all OFATV trails province wide.
8166 Hwy 26
Phone: 705 812 3457