Eagle Mount’s Aquatics Program offers year round adaptive swim and exercise opportunities to individuals with a wide range of abilities. With the support of trained and dedicated staff and caring volunteers, people with disabilities enjoy the therapeutic benefits unique to our warm saltwater pool. From learning to swim to regaining strength and balance, our aquatic programs offer all participants the opportunity to engage with other participants, stay active and reach personal fitness goals.
Adult and Young At Heart (YAH) Swim is for individuals over the age of 50 who also meet Eagle Mount’s Eligibility Guidelines. Our adult and Young at Heart classes offer water experiences designed to improve strength, balance, endurance, and overall health improvement.
Independent Exercise is a 45 minute block of time set aside for individuals who want to work at their own pace independently.
Young Adult Water Exercise Classes are for participants aged 18-30 who are looking for the opportunity to either swim laps together, or do water exercise once a week. In these classes we not only work on physical exercise, but also social communication. These classes are led by an instructor and are limited to 6 participants.
Family Swim provides an opportunity for families to enjoy the use of the entire pool for a 45 minute block of time. It is offered Monday through Saturday. Space is limited and must be scheduled in advance. There will be no instructor, but a lifeguard will be on duty.
Cancer Support Community water aerobics classes are held on Monday and Friday at 2:00 pm. Participants must register through the Cancer Support Community.
Building relationships with children and adults in the Eagle Mount pool is a satisfying way to give back and help others achieve their goals. Volunteers are also needed for cleaning, administrative support, and special initiatives.
For questions regarding participating or volunteering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org