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Adult classes are offered for ages 16 and up. Age exceptions can be made with permission of the Aquatics Director.
Aichi: Free to members!
Aichi is adaptable for all bodies and is approved by the Arthritis Foundation. Because it is performed in warm water as meditative movement, it is especially therapeutic for those with fibromyalgia or spinal fusion. The forms use simple moves that over time can condition your whole body. Anyone at any age can do it just for the pure pleasure of the movement -- and the relaxed calm it creates. Aichi is the second most widely used aquatic therapy in the world.
This class is designed for new swimmers and those who wish to improve their basic swimming skills. The goals are to increase comfort level and learn/improve on basic swimming skills such as floating, front and back crawl, breaststroke, and elementary backstroke.
Designed for adults who are comfortable in the water and have some basic stroke knowledge. Students will be introduced to intermediate and advanced swimming skills.
Deep Water Running is a non-impact form of running done in place in the water wearing a flotation belt. Move your arms and legs as though you're running on land; the water adds another layer of challenge to the workout. Exercises will promote cardio endurance, muscle strengthening, and toning.
Private/Semi-Private Swim Lessons
Applications are not accepted over the phone. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Courtney Dornburg, Aquatics Coordinator at 734-661-8020 or atcdornburg[at]annarborymca.org.
A warm water exercise class designed to help increase range of motion and cardiovascular fitness in older adults.
Arthritis Water Exercise (Free!)
A warm water class utilizing arthritis water exercises to increase range of motion and strength.
Aqua Aerobics 1, 2, 3, 4 (Free!)
Get the perfect start to your day with this overall fitness workout that blends cardiovascular and toning moves to get you going.
50 Mile Club
Join many of our members in the challenge to swim 50 miles. Log your miles on our 50 Mile Club poster located next to the lifeguard office.
This class will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to respond in an emergency situation until more advanced medical help arrives. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive certifications for CPR PR/AED, valid for one year, and for FIRST AID, valid for three years. All class sessions must be attended to receive certifications. Books and materials will be provided.
Pool Severe Weather Policy:
The YMCA of the USA recommends that indoor pools be closed during a lightning storm. If lightning occurs in the area, the indoor or outdoor pool is cleared when either of the following occurs: (1) cloud-to-ground lightning is observed, and less than 30 seconds pass from seeing a flash and hearing thunder from that flash; (2) in-cloud lightning is occurring overhead. The pool can be considered safe to re-occupy 30 minutes after the last lightning is seen or thunder is heard. The Ann Arbor YMCA follows a policy to evacuate the pool and other wet areas when lightning is present, threatening, or when the conditions are right.