Entries by Tom

We’ve installed monkey bars in the rig downtown. Swing by and try them out!

Young Athlete Multi-Sport Conditioning Camp

We’re still hoping to run our Young Athlete Multi-Sport Conditioning Camp again this summer. Unfortunately, getting the downtown location ready took up a lot of our energies and we haven’t done a good job of promoting the Conditioning Camp. We are pushing the start of the camp back to mid July in hopes that we […]

Buys Home Farm Veggie Delivery

Buys Home Farm will be running its farm share veggie delivery service again this summer. Starting in the first week of July and continuing for 13 weeks, they will deliver bins full of farm fresh veggies to the city every week. You just show up with your empty bin and exchange it for one full of […]

New Class Information for Summer 2017

We are bringing in two changes to how we run classes this June. First, we are changing the way we charge for classes. We are getting rid of the monthly block registration system. Members will now have the option of paying $22/month for unlimited classes or $50 for a 10 class pass (that doesn’t expire). Both […]

Young Athlete Multi-Sport Conditioning Camp

We’re excited to run the Multi-Sport Conditioning Camp for Young Athletes again this year! The program is designed for teenagers and will run on Tuesday and Thursday mornings (at 9 and/or 10 o’clock) during July and August. We will work on developing speed, agility, quickness, strength, conditioning, coordination, stability, team play, cooperation, and leadership. It is […]

MORFIT Downtown!

If you haven’t heard yet, MORFIT is expanding! We are taking over the space formerly occupied by Urban Wellness in Cityplace in downtown Winnipeg. MORFIT Downtown will be a full service fitness centre offering the same services as our St. Boniface location: Memberships, classes, personal and small group training, physical therapy, and nutrition services. While we’ve […]

On Developing Healthy Eating Behaviours

At MORFIT we try to help our clients develop positive relationships with food. This can take a bit of work – mainly because as media consuming humans, we are constantly bombarded with what seems like continually changing evidence about the “healthiness” and quality of food. This information is frequently presented out of context in order to […]