Exercise Class Descriptions
Designed to stimulate and strengthen the heart, lungs and large muscle groups, this class is 60-minutes including:
• Total Body Exercises
• 30-40 minutes of moderate intensity aerobics
Arthritis Foundation Water Exercise
This class is 30-minutes
• Range of motion exercises exercising all joints from shoulders to toes
Open Swim (Exercise On Your Own):
Supervised informal, unstructured, workout time in the pool for water walking, lap swim, stretching and socializing.
Lessons are available for all ages from infants to adults, and for all skill levels from beginning to advanced swimmers. Many lesson formats are
• Small Group
• Personalized Coaching
• Summer Swimming Lessons
Aerobic exercise is a sustained exercise that stimulates and strengthens the heart and lungs. A variety of classes are taught, including, but not
• Step Aerobics
• Balance Training
Classes are designed to strengthen all major large muscle groups. They are effective for reconditioning muscle groups weakened by disuse or injury. A variety of classes are taught, including, but not
• Strength Training
Classes increase flexibility and strengthen all major large muscle groups.
Classes offered include:
• Arthritis Foundation Exercise class taught daily to residents in Healthcare, Assisted Living and Memory Lane
Bal-A-Vis-X: The Next Generation
Over 300 rhythmic exercises that incorporate the balance, vision & auditory systems. These exercises help integrate the three dimensions of the brain, including the brain hemispheres.
Use of the Fitness Room:
After a thorough orientation from a staff member, you may use any of the Fitness Room equipment.