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Aquatic Programs

 

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Please note that the pool is closed every Friday from 1-3 for cleaning and maintenance. 

Learn to Swim:  Learn to swim or improve your stroke with our American Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructors. Both schedule classes and private lessons for Parent and Child;  Preschool (ages 4–5) ; Learn to Swim Classes (ages  6–12); Learn to Swim (teens/adults). Lessons run each month.

Open/Lap Swim: Recreational swim for all ages. Generally includes designated lap swim lanes.

Lap Swim: Designated lap lanes. Open to all ages. We encourage swimmers to circle swim during peak hours. Please attempt to find a lane with swimmers of a similar skill level/speed when sharing a lane.

Aqua Fitness with Deb Dixon: Coed shallow water fitness class that offers a cardio workout. Build stamina, strength, and tone. Non-swimmers welcome.  Included with premium membership and premium day pass, $5 drop in fee for standard membership.

Deep Water Workout with Deb Dixon: This is a medium-high intensity workout done in deep water, while wearing an adjustable floatation belt. This workout combines short, high intensity exercise with slower, steady endurance work, followed by muscle toning and a series of stretches to increase flexibility. Participants must bring their own belt and know how to swim. Included with premium membership and premium day pass, $5 drop in fee for standard membership.

Masters Swimming with Franklin Halley: Enhance your swim speed, skill and stroke efficiency with coached training sessions led by Franklin Halley, a USMS and ASCA certified coach and Head Coach of the Dayton Area Sharks Masters. This program is open to all swimmers 18 years and older. Swimmers must be comfortable swimming 50 yards continuously utilizing the front crawl and rhythmic breathing. Pre-registration and fee required for participation.

Total Immersion Swimming led by Certified TI Coach, Pegeen Laughlin: Effortless Endurance course ideal for improvement-minded, fitness or Masters swimmers, as well as aspiring or experienced triathletes. Simple and time-tested sequence of 'bite-size' skills build upon each other to transform how your body moves through water. Swimmers must be comfortable swimming 50 yards continuously utilizing the front crawl. Pre-registration and fee required for participation.

American Red Cross Lifeguarding: The American Red Cross Lifeguarding course provides entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide professional-level care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. The course is offered several times each year. Click on the link below for swimming skill prerequisites.

Lifeguarding Course Fact Sheet and Skill Prerequisites

 

Please note pool closes 30 minutes prior to the facility closing.

The pool is closed every Friday from 1-3 for cleaning and maintenance.

*** This schedule is subject to change at anytime without notice ***