Water exercising is a fun and effective way to meet your daily exercise needs. Whether you are swimming laps, playing water volleyball, doing water calisthenics or water aerobics, your body benefits in numerous ways.


WATER VOLLEYBALL

Reduces Chances of Injury

Water exercise is considered safer for those who are dealing with arthritis and joint problems. When you exercise in water, the water creates a similar type of resistance to what you'd experience when exercising with weights. Water, however, is much gentler than weights and protects you from injuries. Exercising in warm water will keep your muscles and joints warm, warding off injuries.

Provides Social Engagement

When most people think of water exercise, swimming is probably the first thing that comes to mind. However, there are numerous ways to exercise in water. Water aerobics and water volleyball are just two examples. The advantage of these activities is that you can exercise with others. You can be mentally engaged and have a good time in a group. Time flies when you are enjoying yourself.



If you feel uninspired by regular visits to the gym, consider trying one of the numerous ways that you can exercise both in and on the water.


Sessions are designed for improving your physical and mental wellbeing. This session takes place every Wednesday evening from 9pm to 10pm