Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise Program
Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise (Independent Program)
Clients can sign up for an independent aquatic exercise session when they have adequate water safety and cognitive skills. An individualized exercise program is designed after thorough aquatic evaluation. After receiving initial orientation participants perform the aquatic exercise program under clinical supervision.
Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise (Assisted Program)
Clients can sign up for a one-on-one assisted aquatic exercise session when they need significant physical assistance. An individualized exercise program is designed after thorough aquatic evaluation. Student intern or staff will assist the clients with performing the aquatic exercise program under clinical supervision.
Adapted Aquatics For Children
Individualized aquatic activity programs for children with special needs. The program emphasises adapted aquatic skills, water safety, modified games and physical training of strength, cardiovascular endurance, balance and mobility.
Comprehensive evaluation of water safety and aquatic skills is available. The Center's clinical staff will perform thorough assessment of water safety, basic aquatic skills, level of comfort, mobility and balance.This service inlcudes an evaluation report and an individually designed program card.
Group Aquatic Classes :
Various group classes are available including Deep Water Exercise, Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Exercise Class, Aquatic Fitness, Multiple Sclerosis Cool Pool Exercise Class, Weight Management Aquaitc Exercise and Ai-Chi. All group classes are instructed by certified instructors.
Deep Water Exercises
Deep water exercises are ideal for individuals who need to avoid weight-bearing during exercise (e.g. recent joint-replacement surgery, obesity, chronic low-back pain, arthritis in the hip or knee). The program can help you improve strength, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance with minimized stress to your joints.
Aquatic Exercise Classes For Weight Management
Low impact cardiovascular exercise is emphasized in this aquatic exercise class.
Multiple Sclerosis Aquatic Program
Modified exercise for strength and range of motion are instructed in a cool pool (water temperature 80-85 degrees Fahrenheit) by certified instructors (National Multiple Sclerosis Society).