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Free adult AquaFit trial classes offered at SwimAmerica

By From page A11 | September 20, 2013

SwimAmerica is launching a new adult aquatic exercise program in October. AquaFit classes will focus on cardiovascular exercise, strength and balance training, postural alignment, stress reduction, range of motion, stretching and pain management techniques and most importantly fun.

“SwimAmerica’s warm-water indoor pool is the ideal depth, size and temperature for aquatic fitness training and rehabilitation,” said Rose Cholewinski, program director and owner of SwimAmerica Davis. “We’re pleased to add Lauretta Hyatt-Chan’s AquaFit classes to our expanding adult program.”

Hyatt-Chan will host a free orientation at SwimAmerica, 2121 Second St. at 1:30 p.m. Friday. Participants will be able to find out about the AquaFit program, tour the facility and meet the staff. Additionally, she will teach three free trial classes at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26; Friday, Sept. 27; and Monday, Sept. 30. Advance registration is not required; participants will need to complete a waiver before entering the pool.

“I want to help people make healthy lifestyle changes by committing to regular exercise,” she said in a news release. “Each person must realize that transformation comes with enjoyable, life-enhancing physical activity, which can happen with AquaFit at SwimAmerica.”

Starting in October, AquaFit will be offered Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Monthly memberships, multi-visit punchcards and drop-in visits are available.

Hyatt-Chan spent 17 years as a licensed physical therapist assistant, and has been a lifelong fitness and wellness instructor.

For more information or directions, call 530-759-1214.

Enterprise staff

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