Aquatic Exercise Instructors guide participants to perform planned specific movements in the water, generally in an upright position. The water’s buffering ability allows this type of exercise to provide a protective cushioning that minimizes impact compared to land based exercise. Therefore, participants who might avoid other types of exercise due to impact effects on their joints can comfortably perform aquatic exercise to help them live a healthier lifestyle.
Water also provides at least 12 times the resistance of air. Moving the legs and arms under the water will help to promote muscular strength and endurance, as well as flexibility.
*No water aerobics classes March 14-18. Pool will be open for other activities.
- $6 per visit for students and senior citizens (55+)
- $60 for a 20-visit pass for students and senior citizens (55+).
- $64 for a 20-visit pass for the general public.
This is a moderate-intensity class performed entirely in shallow water. No swimming experience is necessary. Monday, Wednesday, Fridays from 11 – 11:45 a.m.
This is a moderate to high-intensity aquatic class performed in both shallow and deep water. Swimming experience is helpful, however, flotation belts are used for the deep-water portion of the class. Tuesday and Thursday from 6 – 6:45 p.m.
(For information on open swim and other aquatic center hours, see Hours, Rates & Rental page.)
Last updated 8/10/2015