A variety of water fitness programs are available to members and non-members, including group swimming lessons for children and adults, and classes in water aerobics and arthritis aquatics. Group swimming lessons for all ages are taught by American Red Cross WSI-certified instructors.
Open swim is not permitted during water aerobic classes. Please refer to the Group Fitness Class Schedule for class times. The open area may be used during swimming lessons and other times. Private swim lessons may be conducted by an instructor during water aerobic classes from the flag poles to the walls, which will not conflict with the water aerobic participants. Swim instructors may be in the beginner lap lane instructing a Level III or higher child or adult while members are swimming laps. No food or beverage (other than water) is allowed on the pool deck.
For up to date swim lesson information call 455-4321.
Info about our 2013 Group Swim Lessons
Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
Arthritis Aquatics (AA) is a 45-minute pool class that focuses on restoring or maintaining joint range of motion, improving balance and coordination, and decreasing pain and stiffness. This class is led by nationally certified instructors who have been trained to provide a safe and fun exercise program for individuals with arthritis or other musculoskeletal conditions. Life Center members may attend the class FREE at any time!
All other AA participants must first complete a medical questionnaire and written consent from their physician before participating in the class.
Fee: $35/month (Free for Life Center members)
For more information, call Kendra Garrett at (864) 455-4669.