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Water Exercise


YMCA Water Exercise programs provide a great workout with no impact or harmful effects on joints or muscles.

Gain muscle conditioning and cardiovascular endurance from the aeorobic choreography and the resistance of the water, without stress on the joints. Ideal for all fitness levels, non-swimmers included.


Aquasize Low Level

An exercise program to improve strength, flexibility and cardiovascular fitness. Appropriate for beginners, seniors and pre & post natal, swimmers and non-swimmers accommodated.  Locations

Aquamix High Level

An intense water aerobic exercise program designed to promote cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength and flexibility. While enjoying the physical benefits in a pleasant atmosphere, this is a great way to relieve stress in your busy day. Non-swimmers accommodated.  Locations

Aqua Tai Chi

This class combines the graceful fluid movements of land Tai Chi with the relaxing and resistant properties of the water.  The holistic approach of balancing mind, body, and spirit will improve vitality and energy.  Locations

Aqua Zumba®

Aqua Zumba is classic aqua aerobics with Latin flavor added, perform large muscle movements by reaching your arms and lifting your legs in the water.  Locations

Arthritis Foundation

This range-of-motion exercise program is designed to increase flexibility, mobility, muscle strength, and balance. Follows National Arthritis/YMCA guidelines. Non-swimmers welcome.  Locations

High Level Deep Water

Zero joint impact with maximum resistance without touching the bottom of the pool. Exercises are performed with flotation equipment. The focus is on core strength, cardio intensity and full range of motion.  Locations

Joint Effort

An aquatic exercise program especially designed to help improve muscle strength and flexibility with the aid of the water’s buoyancy. No swimming skills necessary. Ideal for those with muscle or joint impairment.  Locations

Water Walking

Water walking can help correct muscle imbalances. Walking on land emphasizes the muscles in the front and back of your thighs. Walking in water works your upper body equally as hard as your lower body because water gives all your submerged muscles 12 to 14 times the resistance of air.  Locations


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