What’s Your Style
Everyone should have the opportunity to let loose and dance in whatever way the music moves them, regardless of musical taste, dance style or ability. The City of Regina is pleased to offer three inclusive movement and dance classes:
What's Your Style Kids (ages 4 to 10)
Join this class for smiles, fun and something new! This class is open to all kids and is adapted to meet the needs of kids experiencing disability. Instruction is based on a variety of dance culture and movement skills, emphasizing enthusiasm, fun and friendship!
What’s Your Style Youth (ages 11 to 17)
Join this uber creative inclusive movement class in partnership with Listen to Dis’, Saskatchewan’s only disability-led disability arts organization. The class is open to all youth and is adapted to meet the needs of kids experiencing disability. Instruction will be led by professional disability artists and will work to cultivate enthusiasm, fun, and friendship for and through the arts!
What’s Your Style Dance Nights (ages 17 and up)
Join us for great music and dance in a friendly environment. This inclusive dance class runs bi-monthly and is in partnership with Astonished! This class is open to everyone but adapted to meet the needs of individuals experiencing disability. Instruction is based on a variety of dance culture, which emphasizes enthusiasm, camaraderie and smiles!
Improve your swimming, leadership and teamwork skills while getting fully certified as a Red Cross Lifeguard. This program for Indigenous youth (ages 8+) is in partnership with Regina Treaty/Status Indian Services (RTSIS).
Laugh & Splash
Enjoy a leisure swim in a relaxed and accessible pool environment, established for persons experiencing disabilities and family members. The Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre is now home to a roof tracking system and powered lift in the accessible/family change room, and a lift system in the pool area for easier transferring of individuals to and from the pool. City of Regina lifeguards will be on site to supervise the program but are not able to transfer, lift, or reposition individuals. We kindly ask that individuals requiring one-on-one support/assistance please bring an attendant/support person.