Classes at the R.L. Jones Center
We offer numerous water aerobic classes at the R.L. Jones Center. Cost: $50 resident/$80 non-resident for a pass that is good for 10 classes to be used within one year from issue date.
Not sure which class is right for you? Join Amy Parker on Tuesday December 3rd from 9:00 am - 9:30 am at the R.L Jones Center for a water aerobics orientation on the pool deck!
Advanced Water Fitness
Experience a total body workout through this advanced deep water class that includes cardio, core, and muscle strengthening exercises, plus you'll get stretching activities as well.
Aquatic Circuit Training--Shallow Water and Deep
Participants are guided through a series of gentle movements designed to reduce arthritis pain and stiffness. The water’s buoyancy and resistance can help participants improve their flexibility, strength, and range of motion.
Low impact water exercise is a great way to achieve a well-balanced water workout. You'll do shallow water routines that increase your cardiovascular endurance along with deep water routines too that will strengthen your muscles and improve your coordination.
Experience a high-intensity water workout that will burn calories and help you tone your body and create muscle definition. No more sweating and exercise machines, instead just hit the pool for this ultimate leg workout using fins and noodles.
This medium intensity workout is done in shallow and/or deep water. The class focuses on cardio exercises to help you burn calories, build muscles, and strengthen your core.
Tues/Thur 10:00 -11:00AM
Aquatic Personal Training
Whether you are a beginner or a serious athlete, we can help you achieve your goals. We will create a balanced and enjoyable workout just for you. Aquatic equipment may be used. This option is excellent for anyone wanting cross-training and/or rehabilitation.
Gentle, progressive water exercises can help ease pain and help participants return to their regular daily physical activities. Aquatic rehabilitation is also a good option for anyone who is unable to participate in land-based exercise classes due to recent surgery, acute orthopedic or neuromuscular injury, rheumatologic disease, or a neurological impairment.
Call (843) 884-2528 ext. 114 to schedule training/rehabilitation sessions
$25 per person 30 minutes
$50 per person 60 minutes
Classes at the Park West Pool
We offer engaging water aerobic classes at the Park West Pool. Cost: $50 resident/$80 non-resident pass that is good for 10 classes to be used within one year of issue date.
Hydropower is a challenging water aerobic fitness program that includes shallow water exercises designed for any level of training from rehabilitation to sports conditioning. All fitness levels are welcome for this goal-oriented class.
Shallow H20 Power This class is an accommodating low impact class filled with stretching and some challenging exercises to improve flexibility. It's a fin environment where you're sure to make new friends too!
Wed 9:00AM - 10:00AM
Deep H20 Power
This class includes deep water exercises (buoyancy belts & water equipment provided) that
Why Join Water Aerobics Classes?
Comments from Instructors:
Power Aquatics instructor Amy Parker shares, "In the Power Aquatics class, we use noodles, belts, frisbees, and work the water in multiple ways. I love connecting with people and developing relationships through teaching. I want people to learn that this exercise is for athletes and non-athletes and for people of all ages whether your in your 20's, 40's, or 90s."
Water Aerobics Instructor Susan Hillyer explains, "Water aerobics exercising is fun and it jump starts your day. We can modify any exercise to fit your needs. It's a great feeling when you watch patrons come to the pool in wheelchairs and then later see them dance out of the pool after 6 months of water exercises."
Shallow & Deep Water Exercise instructor Janet Brown notes, "I try to teach participants the correct way to perform different movements to keep them safe and injury free. The health benefits of this exercise include physical endurance which promotes cardio/pulmonary strength. Plus, there's muscle toning which enhances muscle strength. Balancing exercises are also important because as we age, we tend to lose our balance more."
For more information
To learn more about our water aerobics classes at either pool, please contact Aquatics Coordinator Molly Hubbard at 843-884-2528 ext.113 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.