The Y is “America’s Swim Instructor” and the most accessible community resource to prevent drowning and encourage a lifelong enjoyment of swimming. The Y introduced the country to the concept of group swim lessons more than 100 years ago, (1909), and each year, the Y teaches more than a million children invaluable water safety and swimming skills. As one of the largest community-based organizations in the country, the Y owns or manages over 2,000 pools. Thanks to its size and reach, the Y is in a unique position to help bridge the gap in the delivery of swim lessons and water safety education in the U.S.—especially in underserved communities.
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Spring I & II
Water Exercise Classes
All classes use shallow and deep ends of the pools.
Medium to high intensity work out, with light to medium impact. This class will help improve flexibility, and mobility; tones and strengthens muscles; increases stamina and energy.
Deep Water Workout
Medium intensity deep water exercise class. This class uses a buoyant belt allowing participants to fully utilize the water’s resistance. Improves flexibility, strengthens muscles, increases stamina and energy.
Senior Water Workout
Shallow water choreographed exercise using kick boards and noodles for a total body workout.