WATER AEROBICS CLASSES
Cardio Energizer (T/Th 11:45am), Aqua Yoga (Thursdays 10:30am), and Balance and Stability (Tues, Wed, Fri 9:45am and Thurs 1:00pm)
Registration opens every week on Monday @10am
Balance & Stability
Shallow Water Aerobics
This place in our warmer Wellness pool, perfect for mid- to high- intensity workouts.
This aerobics class is taught in the shallow water. It is designed to tone muscles, raise the heart rate, and maintain personal fitness.
Deep Water Aerobics
Deep Water Aerobics is taught in our dive tank. The deeper water improves endurance and strength.
Deep Water Aerobics gives you the benefits of weights, aerobics and stretching in a non-impact workout that focuses on calorie burning and improving all aspects of physical fitness. It is designed to tone muscles and raise the heart rate. Taught in the 12ft dive tank, participants use flotation equipment to support buoyancy and encourage proper form.
Balance and Stability
This aerobics class will be held in our brand new Wellness Pool, a heated, 3-lane, therapy pool. Must Pre-register
This class is designed for any individual that has balance issues or other problems with physical instability as a result of normal aging or of a health event. It is also designed individuals wanting to take a pro-active and preventative approach to balance training with intent of improving their physical function through the ageing process.
This class is taught in the River portion of our Activity pool. The warm, moving water in the 3-foot water depth is excellent for all levels of exercise.
The current in our Lazy River adds another dimension to water exercise. The water resistance and flow encourages individuals in strength and balance.
This class is taught in the warm water Wellness pool. This is a gentle paced class that is offered in short pop-up sessions. Pre-registration encouraged.
Our Gentle Aqua Yoga class offers a therapeutic touch to strength and balance. Taught in our warm water pool, this class is perfect for those hoping to build their yoga skills while utilizing the water's buoyancy.