This class provides a link between Beginning Swimming and Improving Stroke Techniques and Endurance. You will review beginner’s skills, receive instruction in breast stroke, side stroke, back, and crawl, review life-saving basics, as well as improve your endurance. To enroll, you must be able to swim the length of the pool (25 yards) using a front crawl stroke in good form with rhythmic breathing. Sign up now to build your confidence to move on to the next level! Instructor Patty Colabucci.
Adjust to the water and learn basic swimming skills such as treading water, floating, the crawl stroke, and rhythmic breathing. Instructor Jody Frey has had a long career as a swim instructor and coach.
To enroll, you must be able to swim the length of the pool (25 yards) using the front crawl stroke with rhythmic breathing. Stroke analysis is provided and you will learn to increase your endurance and improve your technique.
Nia H20 is a water fitness course that brings classical Nia the Technique to the water enthusiast. Working out in an aquatic environment is a method to maintain health, stay in shape and not over-tax your joints. Nia cardio dance combines 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts and healing arts—body, mind and spirit. Water shoes are required and the pool depth will be four feet. Come splash the nia way! Instructor: Claudia Salomon
Improve your cardio-vascular endurance on land and water! Begin on the pool deck, warming up with stretching, squats, and light weights. Move into the pool for aerobic and abdominal exercises. Instructor Patty Colabucci will gear activities to all levels of fitness.
Enjoy vigorous water exercise to tone up your body. This class provides cardio and strength training including exercises for your abs. Water-appropriate weights will be used. Please register early due to limited space. Instructor: Patty Colabucci
Water Jogging is a non-impact aerobic, deep-water aquatic exercise course for all adults 16 and older. Water jogging is a total body workout, strengthening muscles especially in the back, legs, and arms. You should be comfortable in deep water in order to take this class.