Adult Learn To Row
How To Register
To register, click the Register For Program button along the right. Create an account, and then purchase the appropriate ‘package’ for the session of your choice.
After the payment has been made on ClubWorks for your desired Learn-to-Row Session, please proceed to the Rowing Canada website (using the link below) to register there to be added to our insurance policy. Create a new Rowing Canada profile and join the 2018 Youth Learn to Row / Summer Camp.
Rowing Canada: https://membership.rowingcanada.org/JoinProgram?id=229
This program is opened to all participants who have completed either the Youth Learn to Row outdoors session or the Adult learn to row summer session. The purpose of this program is to enhance rowing skills on the water, giving participants further development in the technical aspects that will give you the confidence to row in regular rowing shells. This course is mandatory if you wish to proceed to any competitive program at DRC, or the Recreational program.
Objective: Practicing in regular rowing shells before moving into competitive programs
|July – August||Every Wednesday and Friday 6pm to 8pm|
Adult Spring/Summer Outdoor Session
Each LTR session is 6 classes, and has classes on Mondays and Wednesdays, with the exception of our June Daytime session. Your first two classes are indoors, learning basic technique using our erg machines and the indoor tank. Then you will be on the water and in boats of 4 or 8. While on the water, your coach will be in the boat with you providing guidance and feedback on your progress. Graduates of the LTR outdoor program are encouraged to join the Club in the Recreational Program, where the fun and learning continues.
Objective: Introduction to the rowing stroke, learning the basics of good erg technique, tank, boat handling , rowing stroke, balance and general fitness
Participants: Maximum 16 participants each session
|Session 1 – MAY||Monday & Wednesday
6:30pm – 8:30pm
|May – 14, 16, 23, 28, 30
June – 4
|Session 2 – JUNE||Monday & Wednesay
6:30pm – 8:30pm
|June – 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27|
|Session 3 – JUNE DAYTIME||Tuesday & Thursday
9:30am – 11:30am
|June – 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28|
|Session 4 – JULY||Monday & Wednesday
6:30pm – 8:30pm
|July – 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25|
Adult Spring Indoor Session
If you want to get a head start on the Spring Learn to Row sessions while improving your fitness, this is the session for you. Over the 6 sessions you will learn and build your rowing skills indoors using our rowing machines (ergs) and indoor tank . At the end of these Indoor Rowing sessions, we invite you to take one of our Learn-to-Row sessions to give rowing a try out on the river.
Objective: Introduction to the rowing stroke, erg/tank/general fitness, teach the basics of Rowing.
Participants: Maximum 16 participants, as this is strictly indoors.
|Monday & Wednesday 6:30pm – 8:30pm||April 9||April 11||April 16||April 18||April 23||April 25|
If you cancel from the session the following fees will be applied:
- More than 2 weeks before start, a Cancelation Fee of $30 will apply.
- Less than 2 weeks before start, a Cancelation Fee of $100 will apply.
- There will be no refunds after the start of the session.
All sessions are subject to sufficient registration. A full refund will be provided in the event of a cancellation.
If you need to reschedule your session, the following fees will be applied:
- More than 2 weeks before start, No Charge.
- Less than 2 weeks before start, a Move Fee of $50 will apply if no one
is on the wait list to replace you.
In the event that you are unable to attend a class, we regret that a makeup class or refund will not be offered.
In the event that the session you have selected is full, you can placed on a wait list for that session by emailing email@example.com. Individuals on the wait list will only be notified is space becomes available in the session.
We normally row rain or shine, however, safety is always the first consideration. If we are unable to row outdoors due to the weather, don’t worry, we will move indoors and practice in the tank. It’s important to dress appropriately for the weather, including rain gear when required.