All classes are one hour in length unless otherwise noted. Please bring water to hydrate during class. Supportive aqua shoes are recommended to protect, cushion & support feet & joints. As a courtesy to your instructor & fellow class members, please keep talking to a minimum & at a low level. Let your instructor know if you are recovering from an injury, are pregnant or have some other condition that may be affected by exercise. Work out at your own pace. If you feel short of breath, experience severe joint or muscle pain, dizziness or chest pain, STOP exercising immediately and inform your instructor.
Rollingwood features both heated indoor and outdoor pools. We have a heated indoor pool that is perfect for year-round lessons and our beginner swimmers. We also have a competitive four-lane outdoor pool that is kept at an ideal temperature year-round for our summer team, our fall competitive program, and our winter and spring stroke clinics.
This complimentary swim class is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays year-round. Depending on the time of year, class is either held in the indoor or outdoor pool. This class is for anyone that wants to get their swim on. It doesn’t matter if you are a novice swimmer that wants to learn the swimming basics or an experienced swimmer that wants to work on conditioning and stamina.
Come work on the swimming fundamentals while getting a great total-body workout in the pool. This class is for all skill levels; however, participants must be comfortable in the water (shallow and deep water).
Easy-does-it lower intensity cardio with fun music from the 40’s, 50’s & 60’s followed by strength training with bells/noodles and balance work.
One hour, total body wet workout includes cardio, strength, core conditioning & cool-down.
Our Masters Swimming Program meets every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5-6 am.
We have participants from ages 18 to 70+ with a wide range of abilities. Each practice is a one-hour coached workout that focuses on swimming fundamentals, stroke technique, and conditioning. Whether you were born a water-baby, prefer a low-impact workout or are a triathlete who needs a boost for the swim portion of the race, this class is for you!
There is always a coach on deck to provide fun swim sets, technique work, and a challenging workout. It’s a great way to start the day.
Gentle, low intensity water exercise class, focusing on range of motion, flexibility and light cardio, formatted according to the Arthritis Foundation guidelines. This class is great for those with Arthritis or other joint problems or for those recovering from an injury or other health issues.