Tone and sculpt your body with little to no impact to your joints. This total body water aerobics workout is a blend of cardio, muscular strength, and endurance training using the wonderful properties of water. Because of the low impact and self modification format, this class is suitable for every age and fitness level. Resistance tools such as water weights and noodles are used. Participants should bring water shoes and a water bottle for personal hydration. Class includes upbeat music.
Low impact water aerobics class utilizing a water belt and other resistance equipment.
Taught by Heather Bruner. A low impact cardio workout in shallow and/or deep water. This class incorporates cardiovascular fitness, endurance, and muscle-toning. It provides great cross training for land-based exercises and will help with range of motion, flexibility, and mobility.
Kick into a higher gear with this high intensity, low impact aquatic workout wearing fins. Strengthen and tone your lower body and core and give your body the cardio jolt needed to gain energy and strength. Fins and deep water belts are provided. This workout is the perfect addition to your week.
New water fitness class incorporating infants and toddlers. This class is a great way for mothers of younger children to engage with their kids in the pool while getting a great workout.
Taught by Charmaine Saulsbury. This class offers strength, flexibility, balance, speed, power, endurance, agility and coordination. The class begins with a nice Yoga sequence that allows you to acclimate to the mat and the movement from the water. The Yoga warms and prepares your body and is followed by high intensity interval training (HIIT) where you determine your pace and intensity. You’ll finish with a well-deserved yoga cool-down & savasana and leave the water with peace of mind. 45 minutes
Taught by Charmaine Saulsbury. Practicing yoga on the Fitness Flow Mat requires your full attention - mind, body and soul - to move from one posture to the next, while maintaining your balance. The practice will build gradually and then return you to your Savasana.