Water Fitness classes are back! A limited slate of classes have resumed. Keep an eye out for additional classes!
Open to Participants 14 years and older.
Click the orange bell icon to the left and select "MJCC Alert - Aquatics" to receive updates on class changes and pool schedules.
Classes are free and open to participants 14 years and older. Water fitness classes are a great way to get a challenging workout yet come out feeling refreshed! In-water exercise is great for aerobic conditioning, calorie burning, flexibility, and strengthening. All these benefits come without the stress and strain on the body associated with land-based exercise. While swimming proficiency is not a requirement to participate, comfort in both deep and shallow water is recommended.
Water exercise is easier on the body's joints thanks to the body's buoyancy in the water. The MJCC has a variety of classes in both pools to keep you fit and feeling good!
Aquatic Group Exercise Classes
Classes held in our Main Pool
This no-to-low impact class is perfect for those looking to start a fitness routine or add variety to an existing one. The water provides buoyancy for support while you build a strong body. Great for rehabilitating after injuries. Main Pool
Monday/Wednesday/Friday 8:00 - 8:55 am
High energy routines let you burn the most calories while still enjoying a no-to-low impact workout. Get ready to heat it up in our cool pool! Main Pool
Tuesday/Thursday 9:00 - 9:55 am
Join us for a lunchtime Power Hour in the pool! Aqua HIIT - High Intensity (low joint impact) Interval Training - is a vigorous aqua-express class to help you burn calories and make the most out of your lunch break. Main Pool
Monday/Wednesday 12:15 - 1:00 pm
MJCC Stingrays Masters
Join us for a coached US Masters Swimming group that combines all the best parts of fitness swimming, stroke work, and competition skills practice. Add great camaraderie and caring, experienced coaches and you have a recipe for success whether your goal is getting in shape, learning a new stroke, or competing in USMS meets. Swimmers of all levels and backgrounds are welcome! Stingrays Masters are coached primarily by long-time MJCC swimmer and ASCA Level 4 coach, Laurie Kilbourn. Main Pool
Registration required - to check availability, register, or schedule a time to come check out the team, contact Stingrays Head Coach Jennie Condon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday/Thursday 12:15 - 1:15 pm
Cost:$100/month. Member Cost: $60/month.
Keep fit and work out with our recreational Masters. This low-key, welcoming group is led by a long-time member volunteer Ronald Cobb. Main Pool
Monday/Wednesday 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Cost: $20/day. Member Cost: Free.
Classes held in our Warm Water Pool
Warm water is the ideal environment for relieving arthritis pain and stiffness. This class will help you gain flexibility, range of motion, and strength while relieving pain. Also appropriate for persons without arthritis. Warm Pool
Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9:00 - 9:55 am
Ai Chi is not available at this time.
Please observe quiet time during Ai-Chi.
This meditative class combines deep breathing with progressive movements of the arms, legs, and torso. Based on Tai-Chi, Ai-Chi helps improve balance and range of motion and promotes relaxation and cardiovascular health. Warm Pool
Water Yoga is not available at this time.
Please observe quiet time during Water Fusion.
Use the warm water to stretch far beyond ordinary limits. Drawing on the latest physiological knowledge, focus on breathing deeply, stretching, and relaxing. Warm Pool
Aquatic Therapy is not available at this time.
Introducing Aquatic Integration - a warm water, holistic therapy that encourages sensory integration through touch, communication, stillness, and movement. Rooted in watsu, zen shiatsu, somatic experiencing, and neuro-structural bodywork, Aquatic Integration offers positive effects for sensory neurological repatterning, trauma healing, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, arthritis, cerebral palsy, injury recovery, rehabilitation, anxiety, stress, and much more. Sessions are typically 60 minutes long, which include our walk and talk in the water, the supported transition into the horizontal position, use of soft floats while you relax into the bodywork, use of the fluidity of water to explore your unique ranges of motion and movement with a sense of gentle curiosity, and a smooth transition back into the upright posture. Aquatic Therapist: Shannon Lord
30 minutes: Cost $60. Member Cost: $40.
45 minutes: Cost $80. Member Cost: $60.
60 minutes: Cost $100. Member Cost: $80.