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Adaptive Aquatics

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Our Adaptive Aquatic program is available during the school calendar year for individuals with special needs who will benefit from the therapeutic qualities of exercising in water. We offer 2 levels of Adaptive Aquatic classes. At the beginner level, along with the aid of an instructor, students will focus on increasing mobility and range of motion, while improving cardiovascular and muscle strength. In addition, basic swimming skills and adapted stroke progression will be introduced and practiced. Our advanced class is designed for swimmers who can swim the length of the pool using strokes adapted to their abilities and instruction is given in a group setting.

Adaptive Aquatics Hours - The Adaptive Aquatic classes generally run for six weeks with different sessions running from September until the middle of June. Classes are held on Monday from 4:15 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. For more information call 607-754-0225. Fee: $30 plus special membership $20

Adult Aquatic Programs

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Aqua Aerobics - By adding buoyancy to protect joints and back, Water Aerobic classes allow participants the opportunity to achieve the same results as land aerobic workouts. Water jogging and aerobic routines are introduced to improve cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength, and balance. Class pace is determined by the individual student. Light weights, deep water exercise using flotation devices, and a series of muscle toning exercises all done to a variety of up-beat music will add to your enjoyment.

Aqua Zumba - Jump into the biggest pool party on the planet! Aqua ZUMBA® is an easy to follow, calorie burning, dance fitness party that makes working out a splash! Come join us for the latest fitness fun.

Arthritis Water Exercise - Enjoy slow shallow water exercises targeting muscle strengthening, balance and increasing range of motion. This program is not just for people with arthritis; individuals who are physically challenged in any way will benefit from this specialized water exercise program.

Deep Water Fitness - Through the use of flotation belts and barbells, participants will complete a quality, impact free workout aimed at improving muscle tone and cardiovascular strength. Participants do not need to be swimmers, just have a willingness to enter deep water with a flotation belt.

Joint Benders - This class is intended for individuals who have not exercised in years or for those who have a physical challenge limiting participation in land exercises as a pain free fitness option. Classes include water walking and jogging, working with light weights and some deep water conditioning. Participants may exercise at their own pace and intensity.

Women's Swim Lessons- This class is for women who want to become comfortable in the water or improve their skills while reaping the health benefits of swimming, without feeling self conscious or overwhelmed by those around them.

Youth Aquatic Programs

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Swim Lessons - American Red Cross Learn to Swim curriculum. Students are evaluated on the first day of class and placed in appropriate levels. Keep in mind that correct placement is important to your child and class progression as a whole. We reserve the right to reassign a child to a class that better suits his/her ability or aptitude. Students will be registered before the first day of class.

Infant & Toddler - (Infants to 2 ½ yrs.) Parents and children swim and learn together. Class provides information and techniques for parents to successfully orient their child to the water. Both child and adult will be introduced to flotation, basic water skills, and pool safety.

Pre-school - (ages 2 ½ - 5 yrs.) The class is designed for children who will enter the water without the assistance of a parent. Children swim and progress in a small group setting. This class builds swimming basics including floating, gliding, arm action, kicking and pool safety.

Beginner Levels I, II, and III - These classes are for children new to swimming. Children will work to gain confidence in the water, floating, arm/leg action, basic stroke components and water safety.

Advanced Levels IV, V and VI - To enroll in this class, the swimmer will be able to swim 25 yards front crawl stroke using rhythmic breathing and class placement will be determined by the instructor. Swimmers will learn and practice back crawl stroke, breaststroke, side stroke, butterfly, surface dives, flip turns, endurance and basic water rescue skills.

American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course - Participants must be 15 years old or older by the end of the class and pass the pretest before taking the course. Passing students will receive Lifeguard, CPR/PR and First Aid certifications upon completion. Must have at least eight students registered to hold class.

American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Course - This course trains instructor candidates to teach water safety, including the Basic Water Rescue course, six levels of the Learn to Swim, as well as Parent/Child Aquatics. Candidates must be 16 years old by the last day of class, pass a pretest and participate in FIT training. A minimum of 4 students is necessary to hold the class..

Synchronized Swim Team - Synchronized Swimming is an Olympic Sport which combines water ballet and extraordinary swimming skills. Taught by USA Synchro certified Coaches. There will be one “Show” per session. Additional fees for competitions, USA Synchro registration, travel and routine “costumes”. Fund raising is available and encouraged. Gaviatas Website