We believe that diversity is the very essence of humanity, and that we should all be celebrated for the things that make us unique individuals. We believe that our differences make us stronger, and that we all have the right to belong to a loving, accepting and nurturing community.
We understand that access to health care, to fitness services, and to exercise support is deeply tied to privilege and that we have a responsibility to do everything within our power to remove as many barriers of access as possible for our marginalized populations.
We offer a safe, welcoming, accepting and non-judgemental space for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. We do not discriminate based on race, age, gender, sexual orientation, mental and/or physical health and/or abilities, economic status, class, background or culture.
We recognize that our work takes place within an industry whose framework is deeply entrenched in oppressive power inequities. The commodification of health & wellness favours practices that are inherently classist, racist, ableist, sexist, ageist and sizeist. We understand that by being a part of this problematic system, we inevitably may contribute to these inequities, and are firmly committed to doing everything in our power to learn, grow, unlearn and dismantle the oppressive systems that we operate within.
We acknowledge that we are situated on Treaty 6 territory, a traditional meeting grounds, gathering place and travelling route for the Cree, Blackfoot, Metis, Dene, Nakoda-Sioux and Saulteaux First Nations, and that as an online corporation that services areas across Canada, we are complicit in the wrongs perpetrated on our Indigenous populations across the country. We are committed to being a part of the solution that brings reconciliation, safety, respect and equity to our Indigeneous people.