Adapted Dance Flow (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) This class for individuals with intellectual disabilities stimulates body awareness in a fun, creative way. Various dance styles, from hip-hop to line dancing, cultivate fine and gross motor skills, encourage attention, cooperation and self-expression in a safe, structured environment.


Adapted Deep Water Aqua Fitness 13+

This class is designed for individuals with intellectual disabilities who are comfortable in water depths over six feet. Classes provide personalized instruction focusing on water exercise and stroke development.


Adapted Intro to Basic Strokes (8-Adult)

Prerequisite: Students must be able to swim 15 yards independently. This class is designed to prepare students with disabilities for more advanced competitive swimming and focuses on the basic steps and progressions of the four competitive strokes.


Adapted Sports and Fitness (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) Designed for participants with mild intellectual disabilities who can participate in a class with a 4:1 ratio. Learn safe and proper sports skills while enjoying the benefits of fitness conditioning and teamwork through a variety of activities such as beach ball volleyball, sports and games and outdoor activities.


Adapted Swimming 1 (6-12 yrs)

Students engage in activities to overcome fear of water and gain basic swimming and water safety skills in a group setting. Skills include entering and exiting water safely, blowing bubbles, floating, gliding and using arms and legs to swim with flotation assistance. Parent participation may be required.


Adapted Swimming 2 (6-12 yrs)

Prerequisite: Swimming 1 or equivalent skill proficiency. Students increase confidence and ability to perform swimming skills with and without assistance or flotation devices. Skills include blowing bubbles with face submerged under water, floating on front and back and gliding or swimming at least two body lengths using arms and legs. Parent participation may be required.


Adapted Swimming 3 (6-12 yrs)

Prerequisite: Swimming Level 2 or equivalent skill proficiency. This class is designed to increase endurance and independent swimming skills. Skills include treading water, retrieving objects, and swimming front crawl and back crawl without flotation devices. Parent participation may be required.


Adapted Swimming-Preschoolers (3-5 yrs)

Through play and individual attention, preschoolers and their parents work on adjusting to a new environment. Focus is on entry and exit skills, water safety, blowing bubbles and arm and leg propulsion on the front and back. Parent participation is required.


Adapted Tae Kwon Do (10-17 yrs)

Class is designed for students with disabilities on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum. Students learn kicking, punching, blocking and sparring skills and forms as they improve confidence and flexibility. Martial arts uniforms are required. Extra fee for belt testing.


Adapted Tae Kwon Do I (16-Adult)

Class is designed for students with disabilities on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum. Students learn basic kicking, punching, blocking and sparring skills and forms as they improve confidence and flexibility. Martial arts uniforms are required. Extra fee for belt testing.


Adapted Tae Kwon Do I (5-10 yrs)

Class is designed for students with disabilities on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum. Students learn basic kicking, punching, blocking and sparring skills and forms as they improve confidence and flexibility. Martial arts uniforms are required. Extra fee for belt testing.


Adapted Yoga (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) This class for individuals with intellectual disabilities focuses on basic yoga positions to improve strength, balance and flexibility and introduces breathing techniques for physical and mental relaxation. Please bring a mat. Parent/caregiver participation may be required.


Aqua Fitness-Ind w/Physical Disab (13+)

Students with physical disabilities (cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, MS, etc.) work at their individual ability levels as they pursue their personal fitness goals. Shallow water exercises and swim program improve body awareness and increase range of motion, flexibility and muscle tone. Wheelchair users welcome. Caretaker/family member participation may be required.


Learn to Swim Teens/Adults w/Disabilitie 13+

Classes take place in depths of less than five feet. Skills include entering and exiting water, floating, gliding on front and back, breathing techniques, and using arms and legs to perform front crawl and elementary backstroke. Parent/caregiver participation may be required.


Riverside Connection (11-21 yrs)

This four-week adapted recreation series introduces teens to hiking, fishing, orienteering and kayaking in our safe and accessible sit-on-top kayaks. Our experienced instructors focus on safety and fun for students who may have never enjoyed the great outdoors quite like this. Parents must be accessible during the program. Students are responsible for personal care during the length of each class.


Swim Team Training/Adv Swimmers w/Disabi

(8-Adult) Competitive swimming for individuals who may want to participate in Special Olympics. Swimmers must be able to swim 25 yards while circle swimming with other students. Students are coached in freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly.


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