Health and Wellness
2250 Lindsay Street, Regina S4N 3C3; 306-525-4989; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Al Ritchie Wellness Centre provides many services and programs to assist families.
Cope is an effective parenting program that helps parents to develop a more positive approach to parenting in a supportive environment
3rd floor 1855 Scarth Street, Regina; (306) 581-9353 (Kids) 551-2203 (Adults); email@example.com
The Canadian Hung Kuen Kung Fu School teaches traditional Chinese Kung Fu for all ages. We also take bookings for Lion Dance performances.
Find a variety of activities such as swimming lessons, arts and crafts, camps and more! For all ages!
3424 Hill Avenue, Regina S4S 0W9; (306) 757-2626; firstname.lastname@example.org
At CoCo Nail Lounge you are never too young to experience a pedicure or manicure, great for a birthday present, or "just because".
3350 7th Avenue, Regina
4401 3rd Avenue, Regina
This is a new free drop-in centre for children ages infant to 6, with their caregivers. We offer a play and learn space where caregivers can interact and play with their little ones. MORE INFORMATION>>
Population and Public Health Services, and Saskatchewan Health: Seasonal Influenza Information
3829 Albert Street, Regina; 306-586-4540
Hers and His Body Plus is a salon in south Regina that offers tanning, Spray tanning and Esthetics.
1717 Elphinstone Street, Regina; 306-777-7323
The Sportplex (Lawson Aquatic Centre/Fieldhouse) is part of the City of Regina. Find swimming, badminton and tennis courts, an indoor track, fitness area and more!
2124 Grant Road, Regina S4S 5C8; 306-337-0010; Level10fitness@sasktel.net
Level 10 not only offers great programs for adults, we also offer programs for children ages 3 and up, including birthday parties and day camps. We also have a great rock climbing room.
(306) 585-5369; email@example.com
Maternal Depression Online is being offered as part of a research study. The program includes free online therapy for women struggling with symptoms of depression one year after having a child. All clients correspond with a master's level therapist.
1233 Broad Street, Regina; (306) 949-0252; firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Regina’s premere boxing club, where amateur boxing is managed professionally. New Line Boxing Academy is a modern Olympic style boxing school that offers structured Olympic style boxing programs to youth ages 10 and up, and adults
1127 Arnason Street, Regina; 306-777-7046
More than just swimming, this City of Regina leisure centre offers multi-purpose rooms, strength and conditioning and more!
Credit Union EventPlex, Regina; 306-352-8040; email@example.com
The Regina Soccer Association offers Competitive Soccer to youth 3 to 18 years of age. We also offer adult leagues.
3130 East Woodhams Drive, Regina; 306-777-7590
A City of Regina Program. Tot pool, accessible pool, kids amenities, fitness room and more!
202 2050 Cornwall Street, Regina S4P 2K5; (306) 780-9248; 1-866-888-3648 (in Sask)
Saskatchewan in motion is a province wide movement aimed at increasing physical activity of children and youth. Less than 15% of Saskatchewan kids are active enough to keep healthy and be productive. Kids today average 6 to 7 hours of screen time a day. YIKES! It's time to reactivate our kids! READ ON for more information.
2625 - 3rd Avenue, Regina S4T 0C8; 306-522-7226 or 1-888-273-0003; firstname.lastname@example.org
St. John Ambulance specializes in babysitter course training,First Aid, CPR, and AED (Automated External Defibrillation). We also offer Pet First Aid and Personal Care Worker courses.
Room 170 3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina S4S 0A2; 306-585-4371; email@example.com
Welcome to Recreation Services at the University of Regina. We offer a variety of programs for ages 3 and up. Looking for a birthday venue? We also host birthday parties!
1940 McIntyre Street, Regina S4P 2R3; 306-525-2141
Whether you are looking for child and family programs, health and wellness or even birth education, the YWCA has many programs to offer.