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 cardio based workout to music, taught in the shallow end of the pool. Each participant is encouraged to have fun while moderating their workout to suit their own personal fitness level of high or low impact and intensity.
This is a low impact class, taught in the shallow end of the pool, focused on improving mobility, flexibility, while maintaining muscle mass and increasing strength. Each participant is encouraged to exercise at their own pace and level of fitness.
This class features a variety of short bursts of high intensity exercises followed by a shorter period of recovery taught in the deep end of the pool. HIIT is specifically structured to burn calories and boost metabolism. Although the workout is challenging, it can also be modified for people of all fitness levels. Participants are required to wear flotation belts provided by the Y or feel free to bring your own.
This is a low intensity class taught in the shallow end of the pool focused on keeping your body moving while improving your overall cardiovascular health and fitness. Instructors may utilize dumbbells, noodles, bands, and/or the pool wall to assist in strengthening and stretching. Each participant is encouraged to exercise at their own pace and level of fitness.
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 to music that focuses on the entire body. Each class begins with a ten minute stretch and transitions into forty minutes of aerobics, ending with strengthening the upper/lower body. Each workout is designed to reach a goal of at least 5,000 steps. Participants are encouraged to modify their workout to suit their own personal fitness level.