Summer Program Registration Now Open!
Single Session Classes (formerly drop-in fitness)
- Must pre-register- no drop-ins permitted!
- Registration opens one week prior to class start.
- Registration up to 15 minutes prior to class start.
- Register online, by phone or in-person.
The City of Langley Recreation, Culture & Community Services Department is pleased to offer a wide range of registered programs for the Active Aging population. All fitness programs are led by BCRPA certified fitness instructors with specialization in 3rd Age and Osteofit. These programs are not offered as drop-in programs, registration is required! For a full list of programs visit our online registration.
All programs must be registered for in advance - no drop-ins permitted.
Register by phone: 604-514-2940
Register in person: Timms Community Centre- 20399 Douglas Crescent
Register online: Langley City Recconect
Payment must be made in full at the time of registration.
Full refund will be granted prior to the program start.
Pro-rated refunds will be granted after the program start date up and before the start of the third class.
No refunds granted after the commencement of the 3rd class.
This program was created in collaboration with Fraser Health Falls Prevention Initiative, Fraser Health Specialized Geriatric Clinics and Osteofit BC. Designed to improve strength, balance, coordination and functional ability through gentle exercises all done in a chair. Get Up & Go is suitable for those with mobility impairments and or physical limitations as many of the exercises are done sitting in a chair or using a chair for balance.
Pre-registration is required.
Get Up & Go Level 1/2
Created in collaboration with Fraser Health Falls Prevention Initiative and Osteofit, this class is an entry level exercise program for older adults who are facing balance and mobility impairments. Exercises are done in a chair or using a chair for balance and focus on improving strength, balance and coordination leading to independence and improved quality of life.
Mondays 9:00am - 10:00am Timms Community Centre- MPR 3
#27027 July 4 - August 29 7/$63 +gst More Information
Please complete and submit the Get Active Questionnaire to the instructor prior to program start date.
Are you 65+ years and looking for motivation to become physically active? Join Choose to Move! This free program focused on introducing the habit of physical activity into your daily life in ways that make sense for you. Choose to Move is free and flexible, and provides you with the motivation and support to become more active. In this 3 month program you receive both individual and group support. Individually you will work with a trained activity coach to develop and stick to a physical activity plan made just for you. You and your trainer work on a schedule that works for you!
Over the course of the three months you will also meet 8 times in a group setting with others in the program. These motivational meetings are for support and sharing of ideas only - the activities you choose to do in this program are personal and tailored to you and your schedule. You choose the activities that you know you will enjoy and are able to do! You will also join a group of other Choose to Movers to share successes and challenges.
With the help of your activity coach and support group, you will find the motivation and accountability you need to achieve your goals.
Pre-registration is mandatory for all programs, reserve your spot now as space is limited.
Designed to get inactive, older adults moving, this 3 month program provides one on one training and support from a certified activity coach. Program includes 8 in-person group meetings where participants can gather more information and share support with others taking part in the program. Please note: this is not a group fitness class.
Registration is by referral from Instructor- participants must attend the Information Session to get a referral from the Instructor.
Fall Program TBA
Choose To Move Information Session (65+yrs)
Find out more about this great program and whether or not it is right for you. Participation in the Information session is mandatory before being eligible to register for the Choose To Move program. Register by Phone: 604-514-2940
Fall Program TBA
This program is designed for those who have completed the Osteofit training program or are actively mobile and regular exercisers. Fit For Life is a low- impact program that includes a warm-up followed by a variety of strength and balance exercises using equipment and body weight. This program does include mat work so participants must be comfortable getting to and from the floor.
Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:00am - 11:00am Instructor: Bonny Location: Timms Community Centre - Fitness Room
#27024 August 9 - September 1 8/ $56 +gst register online
This program is a partnership between the Alzheimer Society of British Columbia and the City of Langley. Minds in Motion is a fitness and social/activity program for people with early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease or another dementia to enjoy with a friend or family member. At Minds in Motion you will:
-meet and socialize with others living with dementia
-get involved in activities such as board or word games, bingo, ping pong or other games
-have access to information about dementia and services as needed
This 2 hour program will include:
- 45 minute low impact fitness class
- 1 hour social/ activity time with light refreshments
Please note: It is mandatory that a caregiver attends this program with the registrant.
In-person/ phone registrations only- 604-514-2940
2022 Program dates coming soon!
Are you 65 years or older? Wanting to get more physically active? Activage may be for you! This fun and social program will get you moving in a relaxed and inviting class environment with like-minded people. It is free, it is fun and it works! Classes include discussions and handouts to help improve your over-all health and physical well-being along with a fun exercise session. This program is intended for Older Adults who are not physically active. No previous exercise experience needed.
Functional Movement Class:
Focus is on improving activities associated with daily living, strengthening muscles used day to day (bending, lifting, stretching).
Saturdays 9:30am - 10:15am Timms Community Centre -MPR 3
Fall Program TBA
Fitness & Sport Class:
Focus is on exercises that will enable you to become more involved with other activity programs or sports.
Saturdays 10:30am - 11:15am Timms Community Centre -MPR 3
Fall Program TBA
Gentle Yoga follows the Hatha Yoga principles focusing on a healthy mind-body connection but goes through the various body positions at a slower pace with gentle movements and mindfulness. This class emphasizes safety and is open to all levels- especially beginners. Classes will consist of breathing techniques, strengthening standing poses, floor work, stretching and relaxation.
Mondays 3:30pm - 4:30pm Instructor: Bonny Location: Timms Community Centre - Fitness Room
#27023 August 8 - August 29 4/$36 +gst Register online
Thursdays 11:30am - 12:30pm Instructor: Bonny Location: Timms Community Centre - MPR 3
#27025 August 11 - September 1 4/$36 +gst Register online
This gentle form of yoga is practiced sitting on a chair or standing and using a chair for support. Chair yoga is a great form of exercise for everyone as it deepens flexibility and strengthens body awareness no matter what your age or ability level. This is an all-level class appropriate for those who have never taken yoga before as well as experienced practitioners.
Mondays 2:00pm - 3:00pm Instructor: Bonny Location: Timms Community Centre - Fitness Room
#27022 August 8 - August 29 4/$36 +gst Register online
Tuesdays 11:30am - 12:30pm Instructor: Bonny Location: Timms Community Centre - MPR 3
#27026 August 9 - August 30 4/$36 +gst Register online
The City of Langley Recreation, Culture & Community Services Department hosts a variety of social programs for Seniors looking to learn something new, meet new people or just get out of the house! All programs require a valid Games & Track Pass ($20/year).
Please phone for more information: 604-514-2940
The Timms Social Bridge Club wants you! Join this fun-loving group for an afternoon of slightly competitive bridge! Snacks, how beverages and great conversation is all part of the fun. This club is for those with knowledge and understanding of how to play Bridge... previous experience is required.
Free with valid Games and Track Annual Pass ($20/year).
Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays 1:00pm-4:00pm Timms Community Centre
Learn To Play & Practice
Learning how to play Texas Hold'em is not as complex as you may think! Join the Texas Hold'em Poker Club where players new to the game will be taught the fundamentals including rules and basic strategy in a social, fun and laid-back environment. Players already familiar with the game, will be required to join on Tuesdays for practice play before being recommended for Tournament Play on Thursdays. Please arrive at least 20 minutes prior to start time so intake information can be obtained before the 1pm start time. Everything you need is supplied!
Free with valid Games & Track Pass $20/year
Tuesdays 1:00pm - 4:00pm Timms Community Centre MPR 1
For those who have some Texas Hold'em game play experience and a good understanding of the rules and strategies associated with game play. This is a fun, social afternoon of slightly competitive and highly enjoyable Texas Hold'em Poker. Game play is free, everything is supplied.
Please note: all players must attend Tuesday Learn to Play & Practice sessions prior to being recommended to join Tournament Play.
Free with valid Games & Track Pass $20/year
Thursdays 1:00 - 4:00pm Timms Community Centre MPR 1
The City of Langley is pleased to be a partner with the Langley Seniors Community Action Table (LSCAT) to strategize and implement initiative for Seniors in our community. The Langley Seniors Community Action Table is looking for new members to join this action orientated committee. Committee members will work together to identify and strategize action plans for a variety of issues affecting Seniors in our community.
Housing, transportation and social/ recreational programs are just a few of the focus topics for this committee. Interested in learning more? Join us at the next LSCAT meeting:
Monthly Zoom meetings only.