Swimming, once reserved for dolphins and the mercitizens of Atlantis, has morphed into a popular fitness activity among humans. Dive in with today’s Groupon to AquaCenter Swim School’s Newmarket and Maple locations. Choose from the following options:
• For $45, you get a 10-class Aquafit Pass to the Newmarket location (a $96.05 value, including HST).
• For $18, you get a pass for 10 lane-swimming sessions for a single adult at the Newmarket location (a $50.85 value, including HST).
• For $59, you get a pass for 10 lane-swimming sessions for a family of two adults and two children at the Newmarket location (a $169.50 value, including HST).
• For $45, you get a 10-class Aquafit Pass at the Maple location (a $96.05 value, including HST).
As an added bonus, present your Groupon at Mr. Persnickety's pool side cafe, located in the rehabilitation center on the second floor of the Newmarket location, and receive a complimentary two ounce muscle freeze and a small coffee. This is only valid at the Newmarket location.
At the AquaCenter Swim School, children, and adults of all ability levels take a dip in swimming lanes and burn calories in a range of aquatic fitness activities. At both the Newmarket and Maple locations, students study the art of buoyancy in a 33-degree-Celsius heated saltwater pool, and the Newmarket location also houses a 25-metre saltwater training pool, which doubles as a fingerbowl for 250-metre giants. No swimming prowess is required for Aquafit classes, which use hydrotherapy principles, energizing music, qualified instructors, and cheerleading stingrays to motivate and challenge students without straining joints or backs. The pass, good for six months, introduces its holders to classes such as low-impact Gentle-Tone Aquafit, core-bolstering Cardio Pump Aquafit, or baby-prepping Pre-Natal Aquafit, which works to benefit circulation, reduce swelling, and nip water-retention in the bud. Swimmers continuously demonstrate the shortest distance between two points with a 30-day pass for adult or family lane swimming in the 25-metre training pool.
AquaCenter Swim School
Each AquaCenter location hosts low-impact Aquafitness classes that help participants improve blood circulation, reduce swelling in injured or swollen joints, or even help decrease water retention. Determined to share its passion for the water, AquaCenter Swim School’s also team fosters a safe environment in which students of all ages can learn to swim and engage in aquatic activities. Along with Red Cross–certified lessons, Swim camps keep youngsters kicking when school is out of session. Under the helm of the certified instructors, pupils dive into the balmy waters of a salt-water pool for lessons that teach essential skills such as treading water and speaking colloquial narwhal.