Customers are required to wear a face mask in all common areas in NVRC facilities, including lobbies, hallways and washrooms and some programs and activities. Customers are also encouraged to wear masks during their program or activity. We recognize it’s not feasible to wear a mask in the pool and with most fitness activities that require exertion. Read more on our health & safety page.
Fitness Class and Program Suspensions
On Saturday, Nov. 7 the Provincial Health Officer announced new COVID-19 restrictions for the Vancouver Coastal Health and Fraser Health regions.
In response to the orders, NVRC is suspending the following programs and sessions until further notice. Please note, this is subject to change. All program participants will be notified by email and refunds will be provided.
- All indoor fitness classes and yoga
- Aquafit classes
- Badminton (lessons are still running)
- Basketball (lessons are still running)
- Dance programs
- Health management classes e.g. Chronic Health Conditions Management
- Parent & Tot (not instructor led)
- Martial arts
- Pickleball (lessons are still running)
- Racquetball and Squash
- Youth Centres
- Some room rentals
NVRC programs and activities that are continuing
There are still many programs and activities continuing to run with appropriate safety protocols and physical distancing in place, including but not limited to:
- Arts programs
- Fitness Centre – individual visits
- Home alone and babysitter training
- Lane Swimming and Water Walking
- Licensed Preschool
- Masters Swim
- Music lessons and programs (not singing)
- Parent & tot programs (those that are instructor led)
- Pickleball lessons
- Pottery studios - classes and booked visits
- Public swims and skates
- Sport lessons and Sportball
- Swimming and skating lessons
- Table tennis
- Tennis - adult leagues
- Tennis lessons, doubles and singles game play
- Trail Trekkers walks and hikes
- Volleyball lessons
We remain committed to the health and safety of our staff and customers and will continue to keep our website updated.
Thank you for your understanding as we all work together to maintain the health and wellness of our community.