Rehabilitation and Fitness

ACE Neuro Maintenance

This is a 6 week group class for individuals living with or beyond cancer that have completed the initial ACE-Neuro study. This class is meant to be a graduation class from the initial ACE-Neuro class, building on participant’s knowledge of exercise, in a safe environment, to further improve upon initial fitness gains.

**It is a prerequisite that you have participated in the initial ACE-Neuro study in order to register into the maintenance class. If you're diagnosed with a neurological cancer and are interested to learn more about the study please click here

Adapted Physical Activity for Kids

At the Adapted Physical Activity for Kids program, youth will be guided through a variety of activities and experiences that are personalized for them over a series of classes. Participants will have the opportunity to develop fundamental movement skills and may choose to participate in learning sport specific skills relating to soccer, hockey, basketball, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, and dodgeball. All abilities are welcome and all skills will be adapted and modified as needed by our volunteers who will be partnered with a participant for the term. The goal of this class is to introduce your child to physical activity at whatever level of adaptation (physical or cognitive) is required.

For more information please email Arsalan at

UCalgary Active Living is a founding partner of the Calgary Adapted Hub and Jumpstart supports this program as a community partner. As part of this partnership the Calgary Adapted Hub is completing a research study to understand the impact programs, such as our summer camp, have on the physical activity, participation, quality of life, and the overall health and wellbeing of our registrants. You can learn more about the Camps & Programs Research Study and the Calgary Adapted Hub by clicking on the links. Our study has been approved by the University of Calgary Conjoint Health Research Ethics Board (REB18-0292). After you register for this camp a qualified member of the research team will contact you to provide you more information about the study so you may make an informed decision about whether you wish to participate in the research. If you have any questions about this research opportunity please feel free to contact our Research and Knowledge Translation Coordinator Leticia Janzen at 403.955.5736 or



FES Rehabilitation and Fitness

Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) is a technique that uses electrical currents to activate nerves innervating extremities affected by paralysis resulting from spinal cord injury (SCI), head injury, stroke and other neurological disorders. FES is primarily used to help restore function in people with disabilities.


GLAD is an education and exercise program developed by researchers in Denmark for individuals with hip or knee osteoarthritis symptoms. This program includes two education sessions, 12 neuromuscular exercise sessions (60 minutes each) and the opportunity for data collection and quality monitoring (measures taken at initial visit, upon comple of the program and 12 months). Classes will run twice a week for one hour over 7 weeks.

Rehab & Fitness

This semester based  program incorporates individually designed programs performed in a group setting.   All programs are specifically designed to meet the individual's goals, with elements of strength training, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, balance and coordination. Program orientations are available upon request.

Rehab & Fitness Pass Plus - Caregiver Access

This program allows for the client and caregiver to both workout in the Fitness Centre outside regular Rehabilitation and Fitness Program hours. The client will receive an access card to the facility and an access card for their accompanying caregiver/support worker.

Rehab & Fitness Personal Training

This training package provides one-to-one sessions for a person with a physical disability. All programs are specifically designed to meet the individual's goals, with elements of strength training, cardiovascular fitness, flexibility, balance and coordination.

Rehab & Fitness Unlimited Access

The Fitness and Rehabilitation pass program is reserved for individuals that do not require assistance with their exercise program. The PASS program allows individuals to access the fitness center on their own, outside of program time. During the Co-vid 19 pandemic, Fitness Centre access sign up procedures must be followed. 

Youth Adapted Climbing

These programs are not currently being offered.
If you are interested in being contacted when we are able to run adapted climbing programs again please email

Custom Adapted Climbing (indoor)

We can create custom adapted climbing programs for youth and adults with mental or physical considerations. These individualized programs focus on developing physical literacy, confidence, and a sense of success through climbing and bouldering. For more information, email Want to explore other adapted programs? Search ‘Adaptive Programs’.