Tennis in Mission

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Over the past 30+ years, the courts at Great West Fitness and Tennis Club have seen countless matches, serves, volleys, and upsets. The center focuses on all aspects of tennis during classes for all ages and skill levels, including junior tennis camps held during the summer months for kids as young as 3. Beyond balls and rackets, group fitness classes such as Zumba, yoga, and intense cardio and strength-based boot camps get members moving.

2550 Yale Crt
Abbotsford,
BC
CA

Students should bring: Water bottle and mat

Average class length: 60 minutes

Number of Staff: 5?10 people

Class location: Indoors only

Established: 2014

Registration required: Yes

Good for beginners: Yes

Guests allowed: Yes

Parking: Parking garage

Pro Tip: Please call 604-985-4135 ext. 221, or email info@nswc.ca, to reserve your spot in the class

Q&A with the Program Coordinator

Besides working out, what else can clients do to spend their time at your facility?

They can enjoy our lobby, which features a coffee and tea bar where they can sit with their friends before or after class.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

We offer classes such as Pilates, yoga, dance, and Zumba.

1325 East Keith Road
North Vancouver,
BC
CA

The waters of False Creek reach into the city of Vancouver like an arm. For years, the passage of water was used for industrial purposes, but all that changed in 1980 when the city of Vancouver decided to develop Granville Island. One of those developments was False Creek Community Centre.

Today, the centre fills False Creek with an array of recreational boaters, including kayakers, canoeists, dragon boaters, and whale surfers. Back on land, the facility boasts a pottery studio, a fitness centre, tennis courts, a water park with a large kid's area, and a talented staff of instructors who teach programs and classes for kids and adults alike.

1318 Cartwright St
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Two fields, a soccer shop, five indoor tennis courts, and an outdoor, heated pool. Those are just some of the amenities inside Sportstown Sports Complex, but it's also got something a little unexpected: its own sports bar. In the glow of TVs or outside on the hundred-seat patio, visitors to the kid-friendly Sportstown Tavern find brews, food, and detailed instructions on how long to wait before eating and swimming. If your thirst for competition isn't quelled by beers—or by the Thai curry mussels and housemade pizza—you can keep up the spirit of play with a game of pool or Texas Hold 'Em on Tuesday nights.

4991 Number 5 Road
Richmond,
BC
CA

Award-winning Recreation Oak Bay exercises minds and bodies with classes and camps at numerous locations. The facilities all foster a safe, welcoming environment where community members can come together and splash into the pool during children’s or adults’ swim lessons, work out in fitness studios, stretch in sync during yoga classes, or swing through the nine-hole Henderson Park Golf Course. Recreation Oak Bay also keeps children safe from the video-game-proffering witches that lurk in most public parks with a variety of kids' sports programs, including skating and hockey, soccer, and tennis.

2291 Cedar Hill Cross Road
Victoria,
BC
CA

Like the colourful fan of its namesake's tail feathers, diamonds and triangles of billiard balls nestle into racks on Peacock Billiards' tables. A grid of 30 tables in an array of sizes and colours populates the room, surrounded by cushy leather couches and bright murals. Beneath the clatter of sunken shots can be heard the rhythmic tap of table-tennis matches and the furious spinning of foosball handles. The James Joyce Bistro resides in the corner, where patrons sitting in circular booths enjoy drinks and nachos served in cored-out copies of Dubliners.

1175 Douglas Street
Victoria,
BC
CA