It's never too late to learn how to swim! Adult swim lessons help participants gain basic aquatics skills and swim strokes, as well as improving proficiency and skill refinement. Participants will also learn skills needed to stay safe in and around the water and how to help themselves and others in an aquatic emergency. Participants can expect to gain confidence in and out of the water and learn in a friendly and safe environment in a small-group setting. Adult swim lessons are for teens 13 and up and adults of all ages. Private and semi-private lessons are also available. Interested in training to be a lifeguard or water safety instructor? Michigan Tech Community Programs periodically offers Red Cross certification classes in both Lifeguard Training and Water Safety Instruction.
If you’re looking for an effective and comfortable way to strengthen and tone, look no further than aqua-fit. It’s a low-impact aerobics class performed in the water, so it’s easy on joints and appropriate for all fitness levels. The class utilizes easy-to-learn moves set to music, like jumping jacks, toe-touches, and simple dance/aerobic steps. You’ll strengthen your muscles, get a great cardio workout, and have fun.Learn More
With fun music and traditional aquatic fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba blends it all together into a workout that's mixed with cardio, body toning, and is most of all exhilarating. Land-based Zumba dance steps are more exaggerated and slower in the water. Splash, stretch, twist and shout your way through a challenging water-based workout!Learn More
What you put into a class is what you will get out of it, so make the water work for you! Come find your depth. Whether you prefer the deep or the shallow end, you won't be in over your head. Use the water for a workout that is low on impact but high in resistance, that will get your heart pumping and leave you feeling energized.
Dive into the world of scuba with this informative beginner course that gives you all of the basics. Everything is provided—equipment, tank fills, books, and supplies—all you need is a suit and towel. At the end of the course, you can earn a PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) certification after completing four open-water dives.Learn More