Tuesdays, 8pm Location: Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park or Online Length: 45 minutes Bring: a yoga mat or similar, two rectangular pillows, and one blanket (if remote also have a chair handy) Cost: $7 https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/naturist-meditation-with-nikki-tickets-128029480623 For many who visit Bare Oaks, a simple stroll around the grounds could be considered a moving meditation. With the reduction of typical stimuli, we open ourselves to the natural beauty around every corner. We become aware of the trees, their shape and sway. The colour of the water, the sound of the stream, the way the light glistens as it flows. The temperature of the air on your skin,Read More →

For the first time, yoga with Nikki will continue indefinitely and all year! It is available both in person in the clubhouse (as long as pandemic safety rules allow it) and online. Every Saturday from 11am until noon. As always, both novices and veterans are welcome. There’s no minimum attendance so, if only one person shows up, it’s happening. https://www.BareOaks.ca/yoga/ Online: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/naturist-yoga-with-nikki-tickets-107990552650 Important notices: Non-members must register in the office before participating if attending in person. Online participants must purchase their ticket in advance. The yoga classes are provided by an independent individual. Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park only coordinates the arrangement and is not responsible forRead More →

Today, we are allowed to enter Stage 3 Reopening. That means: All sports activities are now allowed as long as they don’t include “Prolonged or deliberate contact while playing sports.” That means that Volleyball is back! The Bare Bistro‘s indoor dining room is now open, The playground is now open. All indoor spaces are now open but saunas remain closed by government order. The hot tub will be open as soon as approved by the health department. By law, an inspection is required before a commercial hot tub is allowed to open. That inspection is currently scheduled for Wednesday July 29th.  All details of whatRead More →

Starting on Saturday and every Saturday until Labour Day. Two hours of fun with games, crafts, and stories for the kids aged 3 and up; and a two hour break for parents. Meet at the rock in front of the clubhouse. $10/kid – tax included. Buy it ahead or pay cash in person – but the maximum is 10. Available only to the children of members and registered visitors. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/kids-bare-blast-tickets-114366332780Read More →

When the weather is right, outdoor is always the best place to do Yoga at Bare Oaks. Normally when it is cold or rainy, we move indoors. But under the current circumstances, that is not allowed. So we’re announcing Yoga with Nikki Online!  If the weather is good, it will happen simultaneously with the live version which means that those who can’t visit the park will still be able to participate. The cost is $10 plus ticketing charges and taxes. Initially we are limiting it to 10 online people per session so that Nikki can interact with each person. Important information: The yoga classes areRead More →

Clothing-free yoga returns starting this Saturday June 6th and every Saturday from 11am – noon until September 26th. Both novices and veterans are welcome. Given the current regulations under Ontario’s emergency order, Yoga will only happen outside. There’s no minimum attendance so, if only one person shows up, it’s happening. $10 per person. Yoga mat rentals are available. Just bring yourself. You’re already wearing everything you need. https://www.BareOaks.ca/yoga/ Important notices: Non-members must also register in the office before participating. The yoga classes are provided by an independent individual. Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park only coordinates the arrangement and is not responsible for the service provided.Read More →

Clothing-free yoga returns starting this Saturday April 27th and every Saturday from 11am – noon until September 28th. Both novices and veterans are welcome. There’s no minimum attendance so, if only one person shows up, it’s happening. It will be outdoors if the weather allows or indoors otherwise. $10 per person. Yoga mat rentals are available. Just bring yourself. You’re already wearing everything you need. https://www.BareOaks.ca/yoga/ Important notices: Non-members must also register in the office before participating. The yoga classes are provided by an independent individual. Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park only coordinates the arrangement and is not responsible for the service provided.Read More →

Lee Baxandall GRAND SLAM Volleyball Tournament Now held the second weekend in August August 9-11, 2019 We have always held our August volleyball Tournament on the 3rd weekend in August. But we have been regularly told that people do not attend because it conflicted with the Volleyball Canada Beach Nationals. So starting in 2019, the date has changed to the second weekend in August. And this year, Bodyfestis happening the same weekend as the August tournament!  If you register for volleyball, Bodyfest is included. If you don’t want to play volleyball, you can now get the same special pricing if you participate in Bodyfest! TheRead More →

Tai Chi at Bare Oaks is available every Sunday from 3:00 – 4:00 until Sept 30. $10 drop-in or $100 season pass for all 13 classes. Location: near the volleyball courts on a great day or in the downstairs lounge during unkind weather. Attend just one class or come to all. Join certified instructor, Wendy who will be teaching us 8 key movements of Yang style tai chi, breathing and alignment. Tai Chi is based on martial arts with a focus on internal awareness. Participants find an increased sense of balance, relaxation, strength and mental calm. Wendy is patient and methodical with a gentle senseRead More →

The 2015 Lee Baxandall Memorial Volleyball Tournament is August 14th to 16th. New Lower Prices!! Based on some research we conducted and the feedback we’ve received, the pricing structure has been completely revised. Instead of focusing on long-stay packages, we now charge by the day. This is to make it easier for new people who may not want to commit to more than one day as well as to encourage individuals who can’t attend all the days due to other commitments. Each day is now a separate tournament. Because one of the objectives of the tournament is to encourage people to try naturism for theRead More →