Yoga courses on campus are back for summer 2018. The aim of each course is to ease you into yoga, learning postures, breathing techniques and relaxation. No matter what your level of experience is, this course will have something for you.
There is something very special about heading into mainland Europe for hockey. The world’s best players showcase their talents here, week in week out. Everyone needs a bit of the European hockey culture in their lives. The purpose of this trip was a little different to others as I was about to begin a two-year coaching programme with the European Hockey Federation.
In April, a new 11-a-side football league will run every Wednesday evening for staff. Held at the University of Kent’s 3GX pitch on Parkwood Road, staff of all ages and abilities are invited to take part.
Christ Church Sport would like you to get involved in Sport Relief this year, by joining in with our SPORT SHIRT FRIDAY! On Friday 23rd March we’re inviting both staff & students to wear a sport shirt of their choice. It could be from your favourite football team, your national rugby colours or an ice hockey jersey – it really is your choice!
Sport Relief 2018 at Canterbury Christ Church University will feature some fantastic opportunities to get involved, raise money and try new things. Running from 17th – 23rd March, Sport Relief is a week that sees people come together to get more active and change lives for the better.
Markus Hunt is a Sports Scholar, Canterbury Christ Church Sport and Exercise Science student and Sports Centre Fitness Coach. He has been competing in Judo for over 13 years. His greatest Judo achievement was being selected for Under 21 England Judo Squad 2011-2013.
Why not give your children a fun and interactive Nerf Wars experience! With a wide range of games and a variety of equipment, our coaches offer a high energy experience that your child will remember for years to come.
Now with over 400 teams in the UK, is it time for you to get involved with walking football? Walking football is an enjoyable alternative to association football, aimed at engaging anyone over 50 with a fun, low-impact sport.
Kate Slee has recently started working for Christ Church Sport and is keen to share her passion for Triathlon. Having participated in Triathlon for over 10 years, Kate has just finished her most successful season to date and is now looking at ways to get faster going into 2018.
On Friday 23rd June, schools and departments from across the University were invited to form teams and battle it out against colleagues in an attempt to win the inaugural Vice-Chancellor’s Challenge Trophy.