Come and experience the fun of skateboarding! Members will have the the opportunity to learn how to balance, how to stand and how to move on a skateboard.
No experience necessary. Volunteers will be paired with each member to insure safety while skateboarding.
Curling is a game played on ice, especially in Scotland and Canada, in which large round flat stones are slid across the surface toward a target. Members of a team use brooms to sweep the surface of the ice in the path of the stone to control its speed and direction. Sign up to experience this fun winter sport; no experience necessary!
Come out and try downhill skiing with Edmonton CADS!
Partnering with Edmonton CADS, come and learn how to downhill ski for one fun and snowy morning!
Where: Rabbit Hill Snow Resort
25512 Township Rd 510A D
Join us at ASRAB’s Movement for Me class. This class teaches members a variety of physical literacy skills. Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge, and understanding of movement for engagement in physical activities for life. These skills are the building blocks that are essential for a successful transition into sport and physical activities.
Are you interested in trying out hockey? Consider joining the SeeHawks team! The game is modified by an adapted puck that makes noise, and is both bigger and slower than a traditional puck. Players’ levels of vision range from legally blind – approximately 10% vision or less – to totally blind, with the lowest vision athletes playing defence or goal. The team is always welcoming new recruits! (more…)
Goalball is a team sport played on a standard volleyball court with goals on either side. The game is played with tactile tape and an audible ball. Three athletes are stationed on either side of the court and defend the goal. Each athlete is equipped with a blind fold so there is an equal playing field for all. The object of the game is to throw the ball past the opposing team to score!
ASRAB invites you to join our Movement for Me class that teaches members a variety of physical literacy skills such as balancing, hopping, skipping, throwing, catching and much more! Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge, and understanding of movement for engagement in physical activities for life. (more…)