The Athletic Club aspires to reach the upper echelon of fitness facilities, leading specialty classes within upscale workout environs. Limbs lengthen and spines straighten thanks to an extensive selection of yoga classes, including Anti-Gravity Yoga, which encourages participants to spite earthly forces while in inverted positions using an anti-gravity hammock. Dance fitness classes such as Zumba and African Movement fuse cardio movements to energetic rhythms. Core-sculpting and strength classes such as Cardio Barbell tone physiques without resorting to monster-truck-tire tossing competitions. Exercise enthusiasts can access the merits of cardio and strength equipment before and after classes at each location. Class schedules span seven days a week with early morning through evening sessions, and the Amherstburg club also offers a schedule of aquatics classes. Further amenities include childcare, along with a juice bar, steam rooms, and saunas.
Dedicated to the art of oenophilic pursuits, the winemasters of Borrelli Wines help guests craft their own wine, providing dozens of winemaking supplies, tools, and services. Their well-stocked store shelves all the necessary supplies to handcraft your own wine, with wine juices from Vin Bon and kits from Cellar Classic, Sorriso, and Orchard Breezin for fermenting batches ranging from Cabernet Sauvignon to Chardonnay. Those without the ideal environment for fermenting wine, such as a vacant secret dungeon, can opt to ferment grape juices within Borrelli Wines’ temperate cellar and leave all the making to the professionals by simply starting the batch, signing a contract, and returning to bottle the wine once complete.
The experienced J.A.M. Entertainment instructor schools guitar strummers, mandolin pickers, and bass pluckers on a wide variety of music styles in the privacy of his own fully equipped studio. A dedicated, Band Ayd Systems–supported musician and experienced stringed-instrument pedant, Joe Maio can train students one-on-one in acoustic, electric, and air strumming. His program combines music theory with audio jam tracks so that students can get an idea of what it's like to play among other instruments without having to assemble a garage philharmonic orchestra. Within his studio's quiet confines, students can pursue a course of study on guitar, mandolin, and bass, and learn to play Latin guitar, country picking, electric blues, Top 40 wailing, or classical bass music. Students can also opt for music-theory lessons, or a music-theory class dedicated specifically to guitar theory.
The Women’s Club for Fitness and Wellness is an upscale, women-only wellness facility that helps bodies harness health through a variety of fitness classes, lifestyle coaching, and nutritional-awareness information outlets. Like a slow-motion ballerina, the extensive schedule rotates monthly, and some class favourites answer to names such as spin and sculpt, Zumba, Pilates, and power yoga. All of Women’s Club’s fitness equipment is specifically designed for a woman’s body. Pre- or post-sweat session clients can enjoy the cedar sauna to relax sore muscles or settle into the steam room to shoo away stress. For a cozy wind-down, guests can also lounge on the couch by the fireplace in the halcyon sitting room. A child-watch centre provides childcare services so you can workout sans weighty ankle-biter attachments.
Windsor Squash & Fitness Club adds oomph to serves, volleys, and heart rates in a squeaky-clean, family-friendly facility. Members can slay fitness goals in a panoply of body-buffing annexes, including two rooms of resistance equipment, two rooms of free weights, and a wormhole to one's past life as a high-five. Group fitness classes, a cardio room with more than 50 pieces of equipment, and a cardio theatre create a perfect storm for productive sweating, and his-and-hers dry saunas, steam rooms, and locker rooms with complimentary towel service foster the mental oozing of postworkout relaxation.
The University of Windsor Bookstore's three floors of merchandise invoke Lancer spirit with classic college apparel and nostalgia-producing accessories. Patrons can drape their limbs in school pride by sporting a unisex black crewneck sweatshirt ($17.50) or a pair of navy-and-yellow-plaid lounge pants ($17.50), both of which are embellished with a school logo and the Greek symbol for keg. Customers can garnish bed linens with the thick stripes of the University of Windsor pillow ($17.50) or memorialize graduation photos in a silver logo frame ($20). Backpacks welcome general reading books and publisher's overstock books ($0.99+) for pupils to peruse between study sessions and use as paperweights for dissertations on the history of spiral notebooks.