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OVERVIEW

We offer two types of classes: Aqua-Fit (water aerobics) and Water Walking. Using the water and props to create resistance, this low-impact form of exercise is very popular for those who want to protect their joints and take a break from the force of gravity.

SCHEDULE

Aqua Cycle schedule

Aqua Cycling

This introductory aquatic cycling class combines the challenge of high-intensity cardio and full-body sculpting. While taking advantage of the amazing resistance properties of water. It's like cycling in zero gravity! Take a break from your normal spin class with this 45-minute interval-based splash!

TRIFIT (Aqua Circuit)

A 60-minute group circuit class, based on the three components of a triathlon: swim, bike and run. Using in-water cycling and treadmill equipment combined with swimming and hydrodynamic exercises, this high-octane, low-impact circuit is great for athletes of all levels or those looking for a full body workout. Have fun and push your limits with TriFit! Swimming skills recommended, swimwear and water shoes required.

AQUA-FIT

A challenging and fun water workout designed to increase cardiovascular endurance, muscle strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and well-being. Includes conditioning with various water-resistance tools, abdominal work, and stretching. All levels welcome.

WATER WALKING

Participants move continuously throughout the pool using water resistance for non-impact conditioning with an aerobic workout. Perfect for those recovering from injury or surgery, active adults, or pregnant women. All levels welcome.

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COACHES

  • Andrea Legault

    I’ve always been athletic, even before Title Nine. I was raised on a tennis court in Montclair, California, and received my block letter in softball from Skyline High School. I’ve ridden every Jazzercise, Jane Fonda, and Joanie Greggains craze since…

  • Tally Holmes

    For the past twenty years I’ve had to reroute my exercise passions due to overuse injuries. Running and high-impact aerobics gave way to dragon boat and outrigger canoe racing. Upper-body injuries brought me to the pool. Now I can run, jump, and leap without the impact, and enjoy the increased...