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Want to add a little variety to group fitness classes?

Just add water and a whole new dynamic to your workout.

The resistance of the water strengthens your muscles as you push and pull your body through the water. While moving at top speed, or any speed, your body weight is supported by the buoyancy of the water, so you reduce the impact on your joints as you improve your cardiovascular fitness.

Led by trained YMCA Instructors, these classes offer a host of benefits for all fitness levels, and you'll appreciate the ability to control the intensity by modifying surface area, speed, and force of movements.

Aquatic Fitness Classes

YMCA Aquafit is a great way to get fitness benefits and improve your circulation without stressing your joints.

By pushing against the resistance of water, you can adapt each session to your own level of fitness. It's a great way to add variety to your fitness program.

Aquafit is a cardio-based water workout that can be done in shallow or deep water.

Some muscle conditioning may be included in the class with a variety of equipment like water weights, floatation belts, and pool noodles.

Suitable for all levels. 

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.

The resistance of the water strengthens your muscles as you push and pull your body through the water. While moving at top speed, or any speed, your body weight is supported by the buoyancy of the water, so you reduce the impact on your joints as you improve your cardiovascular fitness.

Stroke correction, technique tips, skills and drills with a trained swim coach. Appropriate for competitive and non-competitive swimmers, triathletes wanting to improve their times and intermediate swimmers focused on skill building.