Aquatics Director- Shawn Columbia
Aquatic exercise is a low-impact activity that takes the pressure off your bones, joints, and muscles. Water offers natural resistance, which helps strengthen your muscles. You can even do aquatic exercise if you don't know how to swim. If you're looking for a way to get your workout in, have fun and feel great when you're done, try one of our water fitness classes.
This is a dynamic low impact, cardi workout in the shallow end of the pool that provides a medium/high energy challenge for participants of all ages. Jump in and make a splash as you tone and taper your entire body to today's and yesterday's hits.
This is a cardio based workout, taught in the shallow end of the pool; focused on improving strength and balance; maximizing resistance; while enhancing your physical and mental well being. Come "Aqualize" your potential while having fun!
This is a moderate impact workout, taught in the shallow end of the pool, focusing on improving your mobility, flexibility, maintaining muscle mass and increasing strength.
This is a low impact workout in Deep Water, excellent for all ages. It's designed to increase range of motion and flexibility, improve cardivascular function, and minimize the effects of arthritis. Participants are required to wear flotation belts provided by the Y or bring their own.
Taught in the shallow end of the pool; focuses on improving range of motion and flexibility for those with knee, back and balance issues, while increasing stamina. The instructor may utilize weights, bands, noodles & the pool wall to tone and strengthen.
Taught in the shallow end of the pool, with a focus on moving your body while improving overall cardiovascular health and fitness. The instructor may utilize dumbbells and noodles.
This is a no impact - no intensity class taught in the shallow end of the pool; designed for people of all workout levels and ages to increase mobility and flexibility.
This is a fun filled, high energy workout, designed to reach a goal of at least 5,000 steps while moving your body to the beat. Each class begins with a ten-minute stretch, transitions into forty minutes of aerobics, and ends with strengthening your upper/lower body.
Water Fitness participants are encouraged to modify workouts to suit their personal fitness levels.