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MacMoves Webinars

Welcome to McMaster Recreation Virtual Learning! This year our operations will be slightly different but we still want to feature instructional programs, interviews, chats, and webinar content to assist in your health and wellness journeys.

In the featured videos below, get to know some of our some our Staff and Instructors as we navigate the pandemic situation and also get some great guidance on nutrition, holistic wellness, injury prevention and outdoor activities that can be done within the Hamilton community!

Join our tour guides Arianne Soriano (women’s basketball) and Jordan Pereira (men’s volleyball) as we take a virtual walkthrough tour of the athletics & recreation facilities at McMaster!

It’s all about Hip Hop! Meet Kevin Vong, McMaster Instructor and Competitive dancer and see him perform his own fantastic routine!

Get to know our very own Melanie De Melo, McMaster Lyrical Dance Instructor and accomplished Competitive performer.

David Braley Sport Medicine registered dietician Brittany Raftis offers insight into ensuring that you’re optimizing your pre-workout nutrition!

In this video, David Braley Sport Medicine registered dietician Brittany Raftis shares 3 helpful tips for healthy snacking while at home!

Heidi O’Brien talks to Jenn Stanley, Yoga Instructor at McMaster University
Instructional Programs Coordinator Heidi O’Brien talks to Kerri Boyd, Yoga Instructor at McMaster University.

The iNaturalist program at McMaster is a fun way to explore your own backyard while staying connected to your McMaster community!

Go out and record the species around you. This collection project is open to all McMaster University staff, students, faculty, and alumni.

 

Although public swimming areas are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy the water.

McMaster Recreation’s Wayne Terryberry and Debbie Marinoff Shupe offer several water safety tips and guidelines to keep you and your loved ones safe this summer.