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MOVE Everywhere: Online

We know not everyone is ready or able to join us in-person at Ryerson or otherwise. But the importance of regular physical activity and a sense of community connection are critical to our well-being and academic success. 

Whether live classes with us or pre-recorded content from elsewhere, Esports or Zoom meetups: Join us... And MOVE!

All programs are freely available to all Ryerson students.

Welcome to the Spring 2021! Our facilities may still be closed but thanks to Virtual Group Fitness, your movement doesn't need to stop! With a variety of 20 classes a week, we're confident you can find a way to move that best suits you.

  • What to expect: Whether it’s your first time or you are a regular, everyone is welcome to join us! Find class descriptions on our regular Group Fitness schedule page. To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience, Zoom classes will be monitored by a staff member.
  • How to connect: Check the schedule below and follow the link when your selected class is live. 
  • Not interested in feedback from your instructor or connecting with your classmates? No worries - we're here for you, camera on or off!

Having issues with Zoom or finding your Live Class? Email us at groupfit@ryerson.ca, opens in new window for support.

Weekly Class Schedule

Time Class Instructor
10:00-10:30am Hatha Yoga Katie
12:00-12:40pm Cardio Pump Anissa
5:00-5:40pm Flow BodyART Ildiko
6:00-6:40pm DanceFIRE Dione
7:00-7:30pm Pilates Sharon
Time Class Instructor
10:00-10:30am Beginner Muscle Conditioning Susana
12:00-12:40pm Vinyasa Yoga Chiara
1:00-1:30pm Bodyweight Workout Anissa
5:00-5:30pm Hip Hop Amanda D.
6:00-6:40pm Barre Sharon
7:00-7:30pm Stretch & Flex Sharon
Time Class Instructor
12:00-12:30pm Cardio Boxfire Dione
5:00-5:40pm HIIT 20 : Yoga 20 Alex
6:00-6:40pm GrooveFIT Ildiko
7:00-7:30pm Hatha Yoga Katie
Time Class Instructor
12:00-12:30pm Total Muscle Conditioning Alex
7:00-7:40pm Nighttime Yoga Amanda T.
Time Class Instructor
12:00-12:40pm DanceFIRE Dione

Important! When working out at home, remember:

Everyone has different abilities and spaces - be sure to adapt exercises to your body and space, take breaks when you need them, and factor in any injuries or pre-existing conditions you may have.

There are inherent risks involved in any type of physical activity, including the possibility of personal injury and death; risks include but are not limited to: overexertion, mis-use of equipment, collision with objects, trips, slips or falls.

Come join our student social workouts on Zoom. Circuits change weekly, alternating between strength and endurance.  Level does not matter because it's mostly about connecting with other students while doing a little exercise.

Day & Time

Mondays 5:15-6:00pm

Wednesdays 5:15-6:00pm (Women's Only)

Thursdays 5:15-6:00pm

Important! When working out at home, remember:

Everyone has different abilities and spaces - be sure to adapt exercises to your body and space, take breaks when you need them, and factor in any injuries or pre-existing conditions you may have.

There are inherent risks involved in any type of physical activity, including the possibility of personal injury and death; risks include but are not limited to: overexertion, mis-use of equipment, collision with objects, trips, slips or falls.

Doing light physical activity while you learn has been shown to improve creativity, recall, attention and understanding.

Whether during a break mid-class or meeting, starting your day off right or winding it down - or anytime - this collection of on-demand 3-6 minute movement breaks is sure to leave you feeling and thinking better.

Intramurals Sports are all about a chance to play while connecting with fellow students around shared interests and friendly competition. Even as our in-person options are limited, we're excited to keep the spirit of the program - and the well-being and academic benefits - going strong via Esports. 

What to Expect

Who can take part? This program is open to all Ryerson Students, Staff and Faculty.

Our aim is to welcome all students interested in participating with some recreational gaming and staying connected to friends or colleagues (staff, faculty), or people within your program and residence students.  All are welcome to participate and enjoy, participating in games, following your standings.

Leagues Offered

  • FIFA 20
  • Rocket League
  • Among Us
  • Ramily Feud

We know the Sport Clubs experience - getting active, feeling part of a team and learning new skills - can be tremendously positive for our students.

As in a typical year, our student-led clubs are just getting started and plans will be announced for each as soon as they are available.

For now, take a look at the different clubs offered on our Activities page and reach out to one of the club communities to get connected. 

From Ryerson Recreation

Missed your favourite class? Check out the classes below and more On-Demand classes via our Youtube channel - Ryerson Recreation, external link.

Vinyasa Yoga with Leisha is great for yogis of all levels! Take a break from the hustle and bustle to focus on continuous movement and more importantly, matching your movement to your breath. 

If you're looking for high energy, Dione's BoxFIRE class is the perfect place to start. Work up a sweat through a series of punching and kicking combinations based on Taekwondo and Kickboxing principles.

From Around the World

Mindfulness & Yoga to Help Manage Stress & Anxiety

YouTube Channel Workouts

Activity & Workout Apps

Important! When working out at home, remember:

Everyone has different abilities and spaces - be sure to adapt exercises to your body and space, take breaks when you need them, and factor in any injuries or pre-existing conditions you may have.

There are inherent risks involved in any type of physical activity, including the possibility of personal injury and death; risks include but are not limited to: overexertion, mis-use of equipment, collision with objects, trips, slips or falls.

ThriveRU & Thriving in Action Resources

Ryerson-based resources from our colleagues, Dr. Diana Brecher and Dr. Deena Kara Shaffer: