This is an exercise and rehabilitation program for breast cancer survivors in the form of a dragon boat team. Their mission is to encourage people who have breast cancer to lead full and active lives by improving their physical and psychological well-being. Their purpose is to provide survivors with a strong message of hope, inspiration and encouragement. Weekly practices and competitions in dragon boat festivals provide members with opportunities for fitness and camaraderie.
Women and men of all ages and physical ability who have had breast cancer.
New paddlers are always welcome – no previous experience with dragon boating necessary.
Sunnyside Paddling Club: Lake Ontario
1775 Lake Shore Blvd W., Toronto ON
Hours may vary. Currently on-water training is on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, with an optional Saturday morning practice.
Yearly membership fees apply. Fundraising helps to keep the fees as low as possible.
To contact the team, please email: email@example.com
To sign up as a new member, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a great video explaining a lot of aspects of paddling a dragon boat. Great for newbies to Dragons Abreast.
As members of the Sunnyside Paddling Club, our exceptional coaching staff and beautifully maintained dragon boats are made available to the team.
Dragons Abreast Toronto is proud to be members of the International Breast Cancer Paddlers Commission. The IBCPC’s mandate is to encourage the establishment of breast cancer dragon boat teams, within the framework of participation and inclusiveness. The Commission supports the development of recreational dragon boat paddling as a contribution to a healthy lifestyle for those diagnosed with breast cancer.