This class meets you where you are in the learning to swim process. From overcoming fear of the water to stroke refinement, Learn to Swim provides the knowledge, support and practice time for feeling confident in the water. Lap pool, uses shallow and deep water depending on comfort level with water
Classic Yoga positions are adapted to meet the needs of the individual. Emphasis is placed on smooth, rhythmical breathing throughout the entire exercise program. Class includes restorative breathing exercises and ends with a relaxation technique. Explore and progress at your pace. Experience overall health benefits, increased flexibility, improved balance, and body awareness. All levels of fitness are welcome.
This class is a combination of deep breathing and slow broad movements while standing in chest deep water. Nineteen postures, from simple hand movements to balancing the whole body, invite awareness, relaxation and tranquility. Therapy pool, shallow
An upper body rotational exercise class featuring stationary arm bikes. Participants work at their own intensities, and with a removable seat, the Krankcycle® is accessible to individuals who use a wheelchair or stand. Space is limited, and sign-up is available 30 minutes prior to each class at the fitness desk. Bring a water bottle and a towel because you are sure to sweat. All levels of fitness are welcome.
At Lakeshore, our mission is to enable people with physical disability and chronic health conditions to lead healthy, active, and independent lifestyles through physical activity, sport, recreation, advocacy, policy, and research