Aqua fitness in Gladstone


Aquatic Fitness Classes

Exercise and fitness are a necessary part of a healthy lifestyle. If you need a fitness option with a low risk of injury or irritation, aquatic fitness classes might be a great fit.

Our classes are held in a shallow pool. Being surrounded by water gives you some buoyancy to support your weight comfortably. The water also decreases the impact of each of your movements. The end result will be similar to using weights and exercise machines in the gym, but without the stress and strain on your body. Our classes are open to people of all ages, with no prior water skills or experience required.

Safe, Low-Impact Exercise

Aquatic fitness has many benefits. It’s a great source of exercise for anyone with joint pain, stiffness, or similar complications that make normal workouts difficult. Because the movements take place under the water, the routine is softer on your body, without sacrificing the benefits of exercising.
Aqua Fitness— Swim School in Barney Point, QLD
Aqua Fitness — Swim School in Barney Point, QLD

Through a regular aquatic fitness routine, you can expect to:

  • Build your strength
  • Help some joint pain & stiffness
  • Reduce your stress
  • Burn calories
  • Increase your endurance
  • Improve flexibility
  • Gain confidence
Aquatic fitness is especially good for those with hip, back, knee, or shoulder pain, arthritis, or other chronic conditions that affect mobility and strength.

Talented Instructors

Our instructors are trained professionals who have been leading aquatic aerobics classes for years. They’ll be demonstrating the exercises in plain view, so you can easily keep up from anywhere in the pool. We’re here to help you and to make sure you’re getting the most out of these classes.
1 of Our Talented Instructors — Swim School in Barney Point, QLD

Frequently Asked Questions

Is aquatic fitness safe for me?
Aquatic fitness is safe for most people, but it’s best to ask your doctor if you have any specific concerns.
Do you have to know how to swim to do aquatic fitness?
Do I need equipment for aquatic fitness classes?