Aquatic Fitness

Get fit in the pool with an aquatic class

Here are some of our current sessions, but do check out our timetable for the full list of workout classes and prices.

 

Aqua Fit - Low Impact Water Based Aerobics. Gentle On Joints Due To Increased Resistance Of The Water. Suitable For All Abilities And Levels.

Aqua Pilates - Shallow Water Workout Incorporating Plates Based ExerciseBuilding Core Strength, Flexibility And Coordination. Suitable For All Levels And Abilities.

Aqua Bootcamp - Shallow Water Based Constant Workout. Aimed At Those Wanting A Tougher high intensity Aqua Session! Involves Land and Water Based Exercises.

Aqua Circuits - Water Based Circuit Training Exercises To Provide Resistance, Additional Dumbells And Zoodles May Be Used. Low Impact Exercise Suitable For All Levels And Abilities.

 

 

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