Ice Skating in Vancouver

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  • DZT Vibe Spa Fitness
    DZT Vibe Spa Fitness has dedicated more than 10 years to helping competitive athletes and fitness-minded individuals maintain their physiques with the help of advanced technology. The company designs and develops whole-body vibration platforms, which use controlled, rapid oscillations to stimulate small, yet intense muscle contractions while clients stand or balance themselves atop the platform. Within the comfort of their own homes or space stations, individuals can use one of these systems to help jump-start metabolisms, strengthen muscles, and increase bone density during 10?20-minute sessions. Purchasing a platform for home isn't the only way to take advantage of DZT Vibe Spa Fitness's technological advancements, though. A location doubling as a fitness studio and spa brims with whole-body vibration platforms as well as other wellness-boosting systems. Infrared-light energy is harnessed by the center's saunas, and the advanced massage beds deliver heat directly to the deep tissues while increasing circulation. DZT Vibe Spa Fitness's studio also complements their treatments with personal-training sessions.
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    819 W 1st Street
    North Vancouver, BC CA
  • Hockey Performance Centre
    Hockey Performance Centre develops the next generation of hockey stars using advanced training methods and decades of experience from former NHL players and veteran coaches. The facility relies primarily on the Benicky System, a training approach concocted by Dusan Benicky that zeroes in on individual skills and fundamentals. Having worked with dozens of the best NHL and international players, Benicky perfected his program by applying it within two environments: the gym and the skatemill. Players learn how to skate with power and shoot while in full stride.
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    2411 Mount Seymour Pky
    North Vancouver, BC CA
  • Richmond Olympic Oval
    Equipment: LifeFitness, Hammer Strength, Cybex, Technogym, Hoist, Power Plate Students should bring: fitness apparel, water bottle, towel Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 30?60 minutes Class location: Indoors only Established: 2008 Guests allowed: No Parking: Pay-to-park parking garage When Vancouver won the opportunity to host the 2010 Winter Games, the city of Richmond decided to build a venue that would be of lasting benefit to the community: the Richmond Olympic Oval. What was once the home of long-track speed skating has since been transformed into a 20,000-square-foot fitness complex, housing a state-of-the-art gym, two ice rinks, volleyball courts, basketball courts, indoor soccer fields, running tracks, climbing walls, batting cages, an indoor rowing pool, and more. Staff members organize activities using each aspect of the venue, ranging from sport leagues to fun fitness challenges. Members gain access to the facility and its programs as whole, allowing them to work out on their own or experience the gym's amenities as part of a group fitness class. Fitting such a variety things under one roof?and doing so elegantly?is no small feat. But here, a beautiful arching roof literally covers the entire facility. "The Richmond Olympic Oval has won over 50 awards for building design and innovation, including the Institution of Structural Engineers' 2009 Structural Award for Sports or Leisure [Structures]," according to the facility's program manager. The competition for that particular accolade was pretty fierce, since it also included Beijing's Bird's Nest stadium and Water Cube aquatics centre, as well as a 50-foot-tall statue of Joseph Pilates whose core keeps getting more defined.
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    6111 River Rd
    Richmond, BC CA
  • Esporta 8 Rinks
    The Canlan Ice Sports Burnaby 8 Rinks are a massive sports-entertainment complex boasting six NHL-sized rinks and one dedicated figure-skating rink. Slip on a pair of sharp rental skates and take a spin on the elite ice that has hosted the 2008 World Broomball Championships, the 2009 World Police Fire Games, the Level 6 mini-boss, and a number of other frosty tests of sporting skill. The complex also contains a full-service restaurant, the Thirsty Penguin Grillhouse, whose menu includes scrumptious post-rink snacks such as nine flavours of juicy wings ($8.99) and eight varieties of hearty burgers ($7.99–$9.99). Bring along up to four friends for an icy book-club meeting or space out your five rentals over several visits.
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    6501 Sprott Street
    Burnaby, BC CA

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