Aquatic Classes

  1. Water Aerobics
  2. Swim Lessons
  3. SUP Yoga
  4. Stroke Clinic
  5. First Aid/CPR/AED
  6. Lifeguard Training
  7. Water Safety Instructor

Make A splash with Water Exercise!

Whether you are just beginning to start an exercise regimen, or want to beat the boredom out of your usual workout, Water Aerobics is a fantastic solution.  Water aerobics offers remarkable cardiovascular benefits and works out the entire body without putting stress on the bones and joints.  People are able to work out longer and consequently burn more calories due to the cooling effects of the water.  Experts say that this type of exercise is superior because of the multi-dimensional resistance the workout provides.  In addition, studies have shown that being in the water causes the body to release chemicals similar to those released in deep meditation.   You get great physical and mental benefits, all in one workout!

Aqua Aerobics  - Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00-9:00 am  Inst. Marianne Goforth/Connie Pittenger

A full body workout designed to improve cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance, strength, coordination, and flexibility. Various aqua equipment will be used to increase water resistance and promote higher fitness levels. Aqua shoes are recommended. 

Express Aerobics - Monday, Wednesday  5:30-6:30 pm  Inst. Marianne Goforth

This class is a fantastic way to mentally and physically get rid of your work day stress. Muscle strengthening, cardio, and Pilates techniques are combined to make a complete workout. 

Splash Aerobics - Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00 am - 12:00 pm  Inst. Cheryl Yergler

This class is a fantastic way to mentally and physically get rid of your work day stress. Muscle strengthening, cardio, and Pilates techniques are combined to make a complete workout. 

The Deep - Tuesday, Thursday 8:00 - 9:00 am  Inst. Teri Alford/Maggie Graff

This class uses interval training alternating periods of higher and lower intensity exercise. Pacing is increased until an aerobic threshold is reached, followed by a decrease in pace returning to regular target heart rate zone. Deep water is a non-impact exercise class using power for perfect body conditioning for the more athletic water participant.

Twinges in the Hinges - Tuesday, Thursday 9:00 - 10:00 am  Inst. Liz Gracesun/Connie Pittenger

A gentle non-impact exercise class designed to provide range of motion to every joint in the body. Additional benefits include strengthening and increased physical and cardiovascular endurance. This class is designed and endorsed by the Arthritis Foundation. Participation forms must be completed for this class. This class is taught by Liz Gracesun, Certified Arthritis Foundation Water Fitness Instructor. 

The Deep II - Tuesday, Thursday 11:00 am  - 12:00 pm  Inst. Teri Alford/Irene Karten

This class uses interval training alternating periods of higher and lower intensity exercise. Pacing is increased until an aerobic threshold is reached, followed by a decrease in pace returning to regular target heart rate zone. Deep water is a non-impact exercise class using power for perfect body conditioning for the more athletic water participant.