Water aerobic classes are a great low impact activity to keep you healthy and fit. Classes are run by qualified instructors and provide a safe and gentle environment for exercise.
We have a number of different programs and class styles on offer. No matter what age or ability you are, we can provide a comprehensive workout that leaves you feeling great. We provide flotation devices, music and qualified instructors to take you through the routines.
⦁ 60 minute class with a 4 students per instructor ratio
⦁ 2x a week strongly recommended (discounts applied for more than 1 class a week)
PREREQUISITES FOR JOINING THIS CLASS
⦁ Must be 16 years or older by the start date
⦁ Certain class times have additional age requirements
- 10,000 per session
- Session pricing is based on 10 classes
Aqua Aerobics is suitable for all levels. You can have either an intense workout, or take it a little easier.
DEEP WATER WORKOUT
An athletic class, designed to improve fitness, tone and core stability. You do not need to be a confident swimmer to do this class, as you will be wearing a buoyancy belt. If you want great results, this is the class to try.
Aqua aerobics designed for our more senior participants, set in a fun and sociable environment. Come along for any reason – fitness, mobility, flexibility, strength but most of all for fun!
Recovery is an important part of any athletes training program. This class is for all sports players and works on cardiovascular fitness and muscular endurance. It also focuses on the importance of stretching and releasing to help reduce muscle soreness in the days immediately following exertion. No tricky moves, just pure athletic recovery.
AQUA FOR ALL ABILITIES
A class designed to assist those with injuries and disabilities. Designed to improve functional movement, core strength and balance. Equipment is available for use.
Who can participate?
Classes are open to anyone ages 16 and over. You do not need to have an exercise background or be in top physical condition to keep up. Workouts are designed so that individuals can scale back the intensity or really challenge themselves depending on their individual fitness goals.
What is the cost?
You can purchase a session pass for 10,000 (10 classes make a session)
How many calories will I burn in a class?
This will vary based on individual characteristics and the intensity of the workout, but estimates range from 250-500 calories in an hour.
What do I need to bring to class?
You must have proper swim attire (swim suit and cap). No denim, basketball shorts, or cotton permitted in the pool. A water bottle is also recommended. We will provide all equipment necessary for the workout.
When are classes held?
Do I need to know how to swim?
No, you do not have to be a swimmer to participate in aqua aerobics. Unless noted, classes are held in the 3’6”– 4’6” shallow end of the pool. Classes marked as Deep Water will be held in 7’-8’ and flotation belts. It is highly recommended that you are comfortable in deep water and have basic swimming skills before taking this deep water class.
Do you still have class in the rain?
We will only cancel class if there is thunder/lightning, or high winds or other inclement weather that causes us to close the facility. Other than that, we exercise rain or shine!
What are the class sizes?
Class sizes vary by season and weather, but we cap classes at 12-15 participants. This enables us to provide a high quality workout with proper instructor supervision, pool space, and equipment.
I have a medical condition, can I participate?
You should discuss this with your doctor before beginning exercise. With a doctor’s clearance, water aerobic is a great low-impact way of exercising for those who are pregnant, have had joint replacements, have arthritis, or many other conditions. While this is a group class, you can adjust the workout to fit your individual needs. Please speak to the instructor before class and he or she can provide suggestions or alternative moves to fit your needs.