A gentle, low-impact workout that uses Activator walking poles. Working with walking poles reduces impact on your joints and can improve the strength and coordination of your upper body. A doctor's referral is required.
Rehabilitative exercises at your own pace, using a variety of equipment like water weights or floatation belts. Ideal for those with hip, knee, bone & joint issues or other medical conditions. Everyone is welcome.
Reserved on the schedule denotes a time when the pool is unavailable for general use.
Want to improve your aquatic skills and learn the steps to becoming a lifequard?
H2O Leaders is an aquatic leadership program with a variety of aquatic skill development activities, games and leadership activities.
Prerequisite: Star 4 and up. Participants may complete Star 5 & 6 swim levels during this dedicated pool time.
Calling all teens, including non-members. This is your open access time at the YMCA. Come out and enjoy some sports, work out in the Fitness Centre, hang out in the Youth Centre, swim in the pool. Every week is an opportunity to hang out with friends, volunteer or join a discussion on issues that interest you.
A fun, active play program that includes circle time, theme-related craft time and an aquatic activity. YMCA staff supervise the transition from land program to the pool.
Pool options are as follows:
- Preschool 3-5 includes 30 minute swim lesson
- Registration is required.
A muscle condition class using a barbell and weighted plates. Weights are adjusted during class to provide appropriate resistance for various muscle groups.
A gentle exercise class that incorporates both standing balance movements and chair exercises that may require resistance bands and small hand weights. Appropriate for those with chronic conditions and or limited mobility.
This class gives you the fun of line dancing combined with the aerobic benefits of a fitness class. These fitness-inspired dance movements will get your heart pumping while you workout with your friends in a fun atmosphere. Great for all levels.
Drop in and participate in a pick-up game of basketball, volleyball, soccer or badminton. Watch for "Adult Sports" on the Sports and Recreation schedule. The featured sport for that time period will also be listed.