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Introducing the Cal Rec Sports

Wellness Wheel

Emotional Physical
Career Intellectual


how the
The Wellness Wheel demonstrates
dimensions of life work together to
support and foster wellness in each
of us. When all six dimensions come together
equally, the wheel is balanced. Lack of effort
in any area produces an unbalanced whole –
Go online and click on
this is normal!
the wheel’s segments to discover
campus programs that can help you attain the
balance you need to live a healthy life.
Director of Rec Sports:
Mike Weinberger
Editor: Eric Craypo
Photography: Eric Craypo,
Jenna Tower, Bill Wyatt
Design: Cuttriss & Hambleton
Sport Clubs
In 2009 nine Sport Club
teams ended the year
ranked in the top ten –
can you help them repeat?

A complete package of
fitness activities –
from personal training to
seminars and group classes –
designed to keep you fit,
happy and healthy.

2 Fitness
4 Group Exercise
6 Sport Clubs
8 Intramural Sports
10 Outdoor
12 Open Recreation

14 Massage
15 Martial Arts
Outdoor 16 Membership
Adventures Await.
17 Our Partners
17 Passport

Intramural 8 How to join.

600 teams and
11,000 participants.
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Geoffrey Suguitan
Instructional Fitness

Geoffrey demon-
strates the im-
portance of good
technique – and a
fierce stare – while
performing an on-
the-ball plank.

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Cal Recreational Sports is dedicated to enhancing the knowledge,
wellness, fitness and quality of life for students, faculty, staff
and the community. We offer a complete package of fitness and
recreational activities; from individual and group classes to seminars
and courses designed to meet your fitness and recreational goals.

We offer classes and specialty clinics in a variety The Bod Pod is a body composition testing device. It is
of fitness and sports activities, including: tennis, the best way to determine fat and lean mass, resting
swimming, strength training, workout design, boot metabolic rate and total daily caloric requirements –
camp, dance, pilates, and capoeira. Classes vary info critical to designing the training approach that
from one day seminars to semester long classes works best for you.
and are open to everyone, on and off campus. For
class descriptions, schedules and prices, go to

Looking for ways to help improve the health and well-

ness of your staff? The Department of Rec Sports can
• Ballet for Fitness help. We’ll develop an in-house fitness program for
• Boot Camp your department. Our certified personal trainers will
come to your site and lead regular fitness classes at a
• Brazilian Dance time convenient for your staff.
• Capoeira
• Fitness Workshops
& Clinics
• Nia Every Step Counts! Join the Cal Rec Sports Pedometer
• Pilates program, start walking today, and track your steps on-
line. Register online, then pick up your free pedometer
• Qi Gong at the RSF Membership Desk.
• Strength Training
• Speed & Agility
• Swimming
• Tennis Get a personalized workout at an affordable price!
Our certified Personal Fitness Trainers will help
• TRX Suspension you achieve your goals.
• Restorative Yoga
• Wake Up Yoga
• 50+ Fitness privatelessons
Private instruction will improve your skills and allow
you greater scheduling flexibility. Call 510.643.5151.
Opening Spring 2010
Olympic Lifting Center
Discover the Mind/Body connection via our free drop- Are you looking for the most
in Group X classes such as Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi. effective way to improve your speed,
Or, gain deeper insights into a variety of Mind/Body agility, strength, and fitness? Then you
topics through our Instructional Class program which need Olympic lifting. Nothing works your
offers a more personalized, learning-based approach body better than this weightlifting technique.
to these disciplines. Topics include: Mat Pilates, Qi Using Olympic competition lifts (snatch and
Gong, Alexander Technique, Restorative Yoga, and clean-and-jerk), this training method will help
Wake Up Yoga. you run, sprint, jump, punch, throw – just
about any athletic movement – better than
you do now. You will see a dramatic
improvement in a matter of weeks.
Check out our series of fitness classes geared for
50 and older (adults of any age are welcome). 510.642.6400 3 4
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Group Exercise
Shalwah Evans
Abs & Back Class

Shalwah is rock
solid as she executes
a perfect side plank
during instructor
Miwa Natsuki’s
challenging — and
rewarding — Group X

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Our group exercise classes and workouts are offered FREE to Cal Rec
Club members and are designed to accommodate all fitness levels.
We offer over 100 classes each week featuring yoga, cardio kickboxing,
studio cycling, Tai Chi, plus many more. Pick a time that fits your busy
schedule and come when you can.

The Full List

= competitive
Our Most Popular Classes
Intro Hour
New to Group X? Join us for an introductory class • 20/20/10 to
where we go over class structure, goals, equipment,

= intermediate
For descriptions and class times, please visit

• Abs and Back to

attire, technique, form, and basic moves. Each Sunday
we will cover a different Group X class. • Aqua Challenge to • Aqua Exercise to

Abs & Back Intensity: to • Body Toning to

• Cardio Dance

= beginner
Tired of doing sit ups? Join us for quick but challenging to
30 minutes of Abs & Back exercises. You’ll learn • Cardio Kickboxing to
different ways to efficiently build and strengthen
your core! • Cardio Salsa
• Circuit Training

Activity Intensity Level

w! Core Flow Intensity: to
Looking for a new way to train your core? Sliding disks • Core Blast to

that allow you to flow from one movement to another • Group Cycling to
add a toning twist to a challenging full body workout.
Get strong, lean and healthy in this 25 minute total body • Hip-Hop to

strengthening class. • Mat Pilates to

Group Cycling Intensity: to • Nia to

A fun, high-energy indoor cycling workout that uses • Pilates on Ball to

music to help power you through even the toughest • Pi-Yo (Pilates & Yoga) to
virtual climbs!. First time riders should arrive at least
10 minutes early to adjust the bike to fit your body. • Power Kickboxing to

• Pure Strength to
Total Athletic Conditioning
Intensity: to • Rope Sport to

Designed to be an ultimate cross-training workout, this • Step Basics

class combines track workouts, agility training, boot • Step
camp drills and strength conditioning.
• Step Boot Camp to
Yoga Intensity: to • Stepography
Enhance your body as you heighten your overall sense
of well-being in this yoga class that links breathing, sun • Tai Chi
salutations, standing poses, and seated postures to • Toning Express to
improve strength, stamina, and dynamic flexibility.
• Total Athletic to
Restrictions/Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of yoga Conditioning
is recommended. Bare feet required.
• Yoga Stretch
• Yoga & Meditation
• Power Yoga to

• Ashtanga Yoga to

• Vinyasa Yoga
• Zumba to 510.642.6400 5 4
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Sport Clubs
National Club Soccer
Phoenix, AZ

Senior Forward Emilio

Sartori fights to hold
off a pressing de-
fender as he prepares
to cross during a tight
match against the
University of Illinois.

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Competition is not just about winning. It’s about coming together with
teammates to achieve a common goal; it’s about challenging yourself to
do your best. The Cal Sport Club program offers you the chance to do both.

Sport Club Facts: Why Join?

• We have 26 Sport Club teams. 1. Stay competitive in a sport you love.
• The level of competition varies from club to club. 2. Develop friendships and memories that will
• Most clubs compete against club teams from other last a lifetime.
universities, but some line up against varsity teams 3. Stay fit while improving skills.
from Division I, II, and III schools. 4. Experience the beauty of teamwork.
• These are YOUR teams — all clubs are student run. 5. Achieve balance between mind and body.

Our Clubs: How to Join:

Archery Racquetball To find out more about a sport club’s schedule,
Badminton Roller Hockey activities, dues, and requirements, contact
Ballroom Dancing Rugby (Women) the student leaders for each sport club —
Baseball Sailing available at the sport club website:
Boxing Soccer (Men)
Fencing Soccer (Women)
Figure Skating Squash
Gymnastics Table Tennis
Handball Tennis
Ice Hockey Ultimate (Men)
Lacrosse (Men) Ultimate (Women)
Lacrosse (Women) Volleyball (Men)
Lightweight Crew Water Polo

Club Highlights
2 0 0 9 acc o mplishm e nts

Archery 2nd (men’s Recurve) and 3rd ( co-ed Recurve) at Collegiate

Archery Championships.
Badminton 2009 Badminton National Collegiate Champions
Lightweight Crew 2009 Western Collegiate Rowing Champions
Lacrosse (Men) 2009 Western Collegiate Lacrosse Champions
Lacrosse (Women) 3rd at the Western Collegiate Lacrosse Championships
Tennis 2009 National Club Champions (Silver Bracket)
Soccer (Women) Quarter-Finalists at the 2009 National Soccer Club Championships
Volleyball (Men) 5th place at 2009 National Club Volleyball Championships
Water Polo (Men) 4th in end-of-season water polo club national rankings 510.643.8024 7 4
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Intramural Sports

IM Basketball
Haas Pavilion

A member of the ATO

squad drives to the
hoop during the IFC
championship game
against Kappa Alpha.
Must be the shoes.

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600 Teams and 11,000 participants per year. What team are you on?
Intramural Sports offers you the opportunity to participate in your favorite
sport on a competitive or recreational level. Leagues are available in a wide
variety of indoor and outdoor sports year-round; including basketball, soccer,
flag football, softball, volleyball, tennis, ultimate, and dodgeball.

Who Can Play? Dates and Details

Anyone with a Cal Rec Club membership can join an League play for Spring 2010 begins Tuesday,
Intramural Sports team. You can form a team of your February 16, and runs for seven weeks plus
own – this could include anyone from your pals in a playoff for each league’s top finishers.* Games are
Chem 1A lab to faculty and staff members that can still held at campus rec facilities and are generally
bring it, to your Greek brothers and sisters – or show scheduled in the evenings, Sunday through Friday.
up as a free agent and be placed on a team.

Spring 2010 Entry Periods:

Don’t Have a Team? CRC Student Member Priority:
January 26 - 28, 2010
If you don’t have a team, you are considered a “Free
Agent.” Although not all sports offer Free Agent teams, Open Period:
Free Agents may sign onto a league’s “Free Agent” team February 2 - 4, 2010
when available. The Free Agent fee is $25 per sport.

How to Sign Up
Call 510.643.6822, email us at,
stop by our office on the 2nd Floor of the RSF, or visit
us online:

Cost | Roster Limits | Location

Sport Cost Roster Limit Location
Basketball (3-on-3) $40/Team Max: 4; Min: 2 RSF Kleeberger Field House
Basketball (5-on-5) $170/Team Max: 12; Min: 4 RSF/Haas Pavilion
Dodgeball $140/Team Max: 12; Min: 2 RSF Blue Gym
Flag Football (Open, 7 players) $170/Team Max: 12; Min: 5 Underhill Field
Indoor Soccer (6 players) $170/Team Max: 12; Min: 4 RSF Gold Gym
Softball (10 players) $190/Team Max: 18; Min: 8 Maxwell Family Field
Speed Soccer (6 players) $170/Team Max: 12; Min: 4 Maxwell Family Field/ Underhill
Tennis Challenge Ladder (M/W; Singles) $25/Player Max: 1; Min: 1 Rec Sports Tennis Cts.
Ultimate (7 players)* $140/Team Max: 12; Min: 5 Witter Field
Volleyball (Sixes) $170/Team Max: 12; Min: 4 RSF Blue Gym
Free Agent $25/Sport

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Hiking Out
UC Aquatic Center

Two intrepid Cal sail-

ors get the most out
of their JY 15 as they
head upwind.

UC Aquatic Center
All water-based classes are held at
C amp u s Part n er the UC Aquatic Center, 122 University
Ave at the Berkeley Marina.
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Cal Adventures is the Outdoor Experiential Education Program at UC

Berkeley. No matter which outdoor program you choose, our purpose is
to provide you with new skills, adventure and memories that will last
far beyond the course or trip that you sign up for. Everyone is eligible to
participate in Cal Adventures trips and classes — affiliation with the Univer-
sity of California is not required.

Adventureship Pass Windsurfing

For those interested in learning a variety of aquatic The Cal Adventures Windsurfing Program brings the
sports -- sailing, windsurfing and kayaking -- this all total novice to the point of high-speed thrills in only
inclusive pass is for you. Adventureship holders one season. Experienced and enthusiastic teachers,
pay just one fee to enroll in multiple classes and motorboat support and an inexpensive rental program
have access to free equipment rentals. with which to practice your new skills make Cal Adven-
tures the ideal place to learn this exciting sport!

Increase your balance and core strength in our stand Wilderness Medicine
up paddleboarding classes and private lessons. With These intensive courses prepare you to effectively
protected coves and gentle swells, our location is the manage medical emergencies in remote settings, and
perfect place to try out this new sport. are specifically designed to provide you with the tools
to make critical medical and evacuation decisions.
Taught by the Wilderness Medical Institute of NOLS.
Rock Climbing
Participants will learn about equipment, knots, belaying,
climbing technique, rappelling and much more while We Rent!
exploring the local climbing crags. No experience or • Coronado 15 sailboats.
gear required. • Single + tandem touring or sit-on-top sea kayaks.
• Windsurfing equipment for beginning to
Ropes Course

advanced students.
Wetsuit and PFD included with every rental.
Our ropes course, set among the Redwoods of For more information, call 510.642.4000.
Strawberry Canyon, provides the perfect environment
for an inspiring team building experience. Full and
/2 day programs available.
Sailing Programs
There is no better place to sail than the San Francisco Cal Adventures offers in-
Bay! Graduates of our Basic and Intermediate Sailing town and remote custom
courses will be prepared to safely handle a Coronado events for everyone,
15 sailboat in winds up to 15 knots. including: school groups,
athletic teams, corporate
organizations and student
Sea Kayaking clubs. We can create ½half
day, full day or multi-day
The Cal Adventures Sea Kayaking Program provides
experiences that range from gentle days on the Bay programs featuring our
to high-sea thrills. With multiple courses to choose ropes course, team
from, you’ll get the right amount of instruction whether building, backpacking,
you’re looking to build on existing skills, or are a first rock climbing, sailing,
time paddler. windsurfing or kayaking.

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Open Recreation

Trail Running
Golden Bear Rec Center

Jamie Okazaki enjoys

a late afternoon
run on the trails
above the Golden
Bear Rec Center.

News, updates, fitness tips and more.

[ Rec Sports Facility Hours ]

M-Th 6A 1A
F 6A 11P
Sa 8A 11P
Su 8A 1A

Facility hours may vary due to

holiday breaks or special events
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No classes. No sign ups. Just time for you to lift, run, play, swim
and sweat. Please note that Cal Rec Club membership is required to
participate in Open Recreation.

Hearst North Pool

Marble decking? Colonnaded Nymphs ringing the
pool? Sounds like a bacchanalian fantasy, but actually
Basketball this is a 33 1/3 yard, four lane pool that sits on the
second floor of the Phoebe Hearst Gymnasium.
Hoops heaven: seven courts, three gyms and tons of
open rec hours. Designed by Julia Morgan in 1927, it is one of
UC Berkeley’s most historically significant buildings.

Cardiovascular Equipment Strawberry Canyon Pool

The natural beauty of Strawberry Canyon provides the
We’ve got treadmills, stairmasters, elliptical trainers,
rowing machines, stationary bikes, and more. Our backdrop for our combo lap swim/rec pool. Four lanes
machines – over 100 and counting – are there for are dedicated to lap swimming – the rest is for play.
you whenever we’re open; find them at the RSF.
Weight Rooms
Racquet Sports Our three RSF weight rooms total 8,500 square feet
and are equipped with Cybex® machines, Cybex® VR2
Tennis, Racquetball, Handball, Squash, Badminton or
Table Tennis; whatever the sport, we’ve got a court for stations, a complete free weight set-up, Iron Grip® and
you. Racquetball, Handball, Squash, Badminton and Tri Bar® dumbbells, adjustable benches, Olympic squat
Table Tennis are available at the RSF; tennis courts are racks, Gravitron® pull-up stations and way more.
located throughout campus – for locations visit
Indoor volleyball courts available year-round in the RSF.
Hit the track at Edwards Stadium/Goldman Field – an
eight lane, Olympic-class track located just west of the Equipment Rentals
RSF. Or, take in stellar views of the bay as you run on Members may check out sports equipment such as
our dirt track at the Golden Bear Rec Center. racquetball racquets, basketballs, weight belts, locks,
and reading racks at the Guest Services counter in
the Haas Recreation Locker Room. All you need is your
Trails Cal Rec Club membership card.
Just behind the Strawberry Canyon Rec Area the
“Fire Trail” awaits hikers and runners. This seven mile
(roundtrip) trail twists its way up through Strawberry Court Reservations
Canyon, offering views of the Campanile, the Golden To reserve a tennis, racquetball, handball or squash
Gate Bridge and Mt. Tamalpais. The trail starts at the court, call Guest Services at 510.642.8345 or
SCRA parking lot and follows Centennial Drive for a stop by the desk located in the Haas Recreation
short way before veering deeper into the canyon. Locker Room.
Note: Use this trail wisely – take water, bring a friend,
and use only during daylight hours. Note: Cal Rec Club Membership is required to
participate in Open Recreation.
4 pools and 32 lanes mean plenty of opportunity for
rec swimming. More detail on our pools:

Spieker Pool
Workout in the same pool used by the men’s and wom-
en’s swim teams: 18 lanes, 25 yards, 79-80 degrees F.

Golden Bear Pool

This 25 yard, six lane pool – maintained at a
comfortable 80 degrees – is ideal for fitness
training or lap swimming. 510.642.6400 13 4
Top 5 Reasons
to Get
a Massage
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Cal Recreational Sports 1: R e c ov e ry. Increases

flow of oxygen and nutri-

ents to muscles, reducing
muscle fatigue and post
exercise soreness.

2: I n j u ry P r e v e n t i on .
Improves range of motion
and flexibility, protecting
against injury.

3: St r e n gt h . Lengthens
and tones weak muscles.

4: R e l a x at i on &
St r e ss R e l i e f. For some,
this is the primary benefit
of massage, often leading
to reduced anxiety, better
Massage therapy is a beneficial and integral sleep and improved overall
feeling of well-being.
part of your health maintenance program.
5: St r e n gt h e n s
Whether your goal is to rejuvenate or relax, our i m m u n e syst e m . Some
studies have shown that
certified massage therapists will help you reach massage can increase the
number of natural killer cells,
which are thought to bolster
a state of greater well-being. the body’s natural defenses.*
* source:

Hot Stone Massage

al Massage The use of hot stones to promote relaxation and healing
dates back to ancient times. Heated stones are placed
Full Body Massage on key points on the body to sooth your muscles and
enhance your overall massage experience.
Our massage therapists are all certified by an accred-
ited massage therapy school and have completed a
minimum 500 instructional hours. They are skilled in
Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, and Sports Massage.
Aromatherapy Massage
Essential oils derived from plants are used during the
massage to promote relaxation and to help relieve
Cost | Full Body Massage stress. Treat yourself to a relaxing aromatherapy mas-
Session Type: Member Non-member sage; it will soothe your sore muscles -- and your senses.
25 minutes $40 $50
50 minutes $55 $70
80 minutes $75 $100 Reflexology
4 - 50 minute sessions $190 $240 Using pressure point massage on hands and feet
4 - 80 minute sessions $265 $330 to restore the flow of energy throughout your body,
reflexology is a Chinese technique that calms
and soothes.
Cal Massage is located in the Rec Sports Wellness
Center at 2301 Bancroft Way, just past the Pro Shop
when walking from the RSF to the locker rooms. This Cost: Speciality
new location provides a soothing atmosphere that is
perfect for massage therapy sessions.
Pricing for Hot Stone, Aromatherapy
and Reflexology massage is available
Time Offered on our website.
Massage Therapy is available seven days a week.
Visit our online appointment calendar to
schedule a massage.

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Martial Arts
The UC Martial Arts Program is dedicated to providing outstanding
martial arts instruction to the UC Berkeley campus and surrounding
community. The program is a world renowned leader in the promotion
and development of the martial arts, and is a model for other
universities. New members are always welcome.

Martial Arts Clubs

Based on the ancient Japanese art of self-defense
called Jujitsu, it is concerned with throws and falling
techniques in addition to physical conditioning and
total health.

Karate is the Japanese art of self-defense. All styles of
Karate are incorporated into one general class.

Taekwondo, “the way of foot and fist,” is based on the
ancient Korean methods of self-defense.

Taiji emphasizes balance and coordination, reduced
stress and improved health.

A challenging fusion of Chinese martial arts and

A self-defense oriented discipline that makes use of wrist
twisting, joint locks, kicks, punches, holds, rolls, and falls.

Cost Per Semester C amp u s Part n er

Cal Students: $120 | UCB Fac/Staff: $170
Cal Alumni: $170 | All Others: $220 510.642.3268 15
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The Cal Rec Club offers memberships to students, faculty, staff,
alumni, UC Berkeley retirees, and members of the community.
We also offer locker room only memberships for bicycle commuters,
short term memberships such as day passes, and swim-only day passes.

Membership Types & Fees Locker Room Only: $15 per month. Access to
RSF locker rooms Monday - Friday; 6AM-9AM only.
Cal Students: $10 per semester. Spouses Includes use of day locker, shower area and towels.
of currently enrolled Cal students may purchase an Overnight lockers available for a fee. Secure bicycle
Associated Student membership (see below). parking area available in RSF garage. Membership
available to UC Berkeley faculty & staff only.
Associated Students: $140 per semester.
Available to students of other educational institutions Cal STAR
and spouses of currently enrolled Cal Students. Note: • $296 per year/$99 per semester.
the student must have a current CRC membership to • Available to anyone who has a lifelong disability.
sponsor their spouse. Minimum age: 17. • Designed to integrate members who have
individual needs or requirements into existing
Cal Emeriti/Retiree: $296 per year. recreational programs.
Includes 5 complimentary day passes per year. Also • Volunteer assistants (when available).
open to Lawrence Berkeley Lab retirees.
• Minimum Age: 17.
Cal Faculty and Staff: $420 per year/
$185 per semester. Available to UCB faculty & staff, Short Term
Lawrence Berkeley Lab employees, and spouses/adult • $99 for one month
dependants of UCB faculty and staff. Note: faculty/ • $250 for three months
staff must have a current CRC membership to sponsor • Minimum age: 17.
their spouse/adult dependant. One sponsoree per
household. Annual membership includes 5 compli-
mentary day passes per year and monthly payroll
Day Pass
deduction option (Berkeley campus employees only).
• $12
• This pass allows use of all our facilities and group
Affiliate: $648 per year/$54 per month exercise classes for one day.
Available to UC Alumni with an active UC Alumni • Valid photo ID required. Must be 17 or older.
membership and faculty or staff members of certain
educational institutions. Includes 5 complimentary Swim-Only Day Pass
day passes per year. • $5 per adult/$3 per child.
• Valid at Strawberry Canyon and Golden Bear pools
Community: $744 per year/$62 per month (GBRC pool is lap swim only; min. age: 12).
Annual membership includes 5 complimentary day
passes per year. Minimum Age: 17.

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Our Partners
Cal Recreational Sports would like to thank the
following campus and corporate partners for
their unwavering support. Their generosity has
contributed to the phenomenal growth of the
Cal Recreational Sports Development Fund.

Need a Passport?
The Recreational Sports Facility is an authorized US Government
Passport Acceptance Facility. Avoid hassles and long lines at the
Post Office! In addition to convenient hours, we offer all the neces-
sary forms, expedited service, and a friendly staff. And we’re the
only place in town open on the weekend!
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Rec Connect Important Contact Information

Twitter: Aquatic Masters Swimming 642-7796 Fitness
@ calrecsports Drop-In Group Exercise 642-6400
Cal Adventures Classes and Workshops 643-5151
Facebook: Outdoor/Water Recreation 642-4000 Personal Fitness 642-7796
Cal Rec Sports
Cal Massage Therapy 643-8030 General Information Line 642-6400
Cal Rec Club Memberships 642-7796 Gymnastics Program
Hours Cal Star Golden Bear Rec Center 642-9821
Rec Sports Recreation programs 643-8031 Human Resources
Facility Hours for the disabled
M-Th 6A - 1A Appointments 643-6726
Non-Profit Org.
Cal Youth Camps Personnel Manager 643-7918
F 6A - 11P U.S. Postage
Sa 8A - 11P Cal Adventures 642-4000
Intramural Sports P A643-6822
Su 8A - 1A Golden Bear Gymnastics 643-CAMP
Facility hours may vary Strawberry Canyon 643-CAMP Locker Rooms University of
due to holiday breaks or Youth Website California
Recreational Sports Facility (RSF) 642-8345
special events Hearst 643-3894
Court Reservations
Cashier Hours Handball, Racquetball, 642-8345 Marketing and Business 642-8556
M-F 10A - 6:30P Squash and Tennis Development
Sa 10A - 3:30P Facilities
Su Closed
Martial Arts 642-3268
Field/Facility Rental 643-7327
Passport Services 642-7796
Golden Bear Rec Center 642-9821
25 Sports Lane, Clark Kerr Campus Pool Hours 642-6400
Recreational Sports Facility 643-8038
2301 Bancroft Way Sport Clubs 643-8024
Strawberry Canyon Rec Area 643-6720 Website
Centennial Drive, #4430
UC Aquatic Center 642-7707
122 University Ave, Berkeley Marina