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Program Details


Activities Offered
  • Aerobics
  • Fitness
  • Water Aerobics/Exercise
Membership Fees
  • Fee to participate in the Program :

  • Accessible by Public Transportation: No

  • Transportation Provided by the Program: No


  • Aqua Fit - Moderate to high intensity aerobics program for people of all ages. The emphasis is on strengthening and toning all large muscle groups. Participants use exercise equipment for resistance and buoyancy. They also receive 30-35 minutes of cardiovascular exercise.

  • Aqua Lite - Low-to moderate-intensity water aerobics in the Mickelson Center pool. Easy on the joints.

  • Deep Water Aerobics - Moderately intense aerobics in the pool

  • Ease Into Exercise - Basic back exercises, very low-impact aerobics, stretching and flexibility are covered in a low-stress format geared for older adults, people recovering from injuries or who haven't exercised in a long time. Wear loose clothing and a pair of soft-soled, flexible shoes. A written doctor's permission is required to attend.

  • Exercise for People with Diabetes Aerobic exercise for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Supervised by a registered nurse who is a certified diabetes educator. Doctors referral required.

  • Fitness Center - Work out on a variety of exercise and weight-training equipment while you enjoy one of the central Peninsula's best views. Exercise physiologists design your program and monitor progress. MD clearance required.

  • Fitness Improvement Testing (FIT) - One-on-one consultation that measures height, weight, body mass index (BMI), body fat, flexibility, upper and lower body strength, aerobic ability and other standard blood tests. Results determine where to begin or modify an exercise program.

  • Healthy Woman - Class is designed specifically for women wishing to make a physical activity part of their lifestyle. This one hour class is structured in a group environment with individual goals and limitations taken into consideration. The class will lead participants through aerobic, strengthening, flexibiltiy, and relaxation components with the guidence of an exercise physiologist. Purpose of this program is: improve overall cardiovascular functions; help maintain a healthy body weight; improve muscular strength and endurance; lower risk of cardiovascular disease; improve functional capacity; improve range of motion.

  • Heart Failure Exercise Program - Exercise program for people diagnosed with heart failure. Helps regain energy, endurance, improve cardiovascular health. RN, EP supervise. MD referral required.

  • Independent Water Exercise - Aquatic exercise specialists design your own exercise program.

  • Individual Exercise at Home - Personalized home program designed by exercise physiologist.

  • Joint Smart - Low-intensity conditioning in the Mickelson Center pool for people with arthritis.

  • People with Arthritis Can Exercise (PACE) - PACE is designed especially for people with rheumatic disease commonly known as arthritis. Promotes and maintains joint flexibility, muscle strength, endurance, coordination and cardiovascular condition; teaches joint protection and relaxation principles and techniques; improves self-image and self-esteem; provides information about arthritis; is enjoyable and safe. Physician's clearance required. Class is lead by a certified PACE instructor, this is a group exercise program.

  • Post-Stroke Exercise Class - Gym or pool exercise for individuals who have had a stroke and can walk - with or without a cane - can increase their strength and endurance, flexibility, range of motion, daily living abilities, confidence and well-being, and reduce stress. This group also is a social outlet. Doctors clearance required.

  • Seniors in Motion Exercise Class - This program is specifically designed to meet the physical activity needs of older adults. Class emphasizes gentle aerobic activity, strengthening exercises for upper and lower body muscle groups including stretching and relaxation, the use of treadmills, bicycles, arm bikes, rowing machines, resistance machines,and weights. Requires a doctor's permission.

  • Smooth Moves - Stretching and toning in the pool.

  • Spinal Sensibility Series - Four-week series is part lecture, part practice. Discussion of common problems such as spinal stenosis, arthritis, degenerative joint disease, posture problems, safe stretches and strengthening, demo of proper posture. Dress comfortably.

  • Walking Program - Indoor walking for beginning, advanced walkers.

  • Water Comfort - For those afraid of the water; coping and swim skills.

  • Water Ease - Complete body workout employing all major muscle groups.

  • Water Exercise Training Program - Moderate-intensity; all major muscle groups.

  • Weigh to Go! - For people who have had bariatric surgery. Make exercise a part of daily routine. Comprehensive support from exercise physiologist. Pre-and post-surgery consultation, individualized exercise program, phone support available.