Aquatic Fitness HYDRO LEVEL 1 Monday Thursday Class Fall Session 1 Sept 8 - Oct 30
Ongoing Thursday, September 10, 2020

John & Marnie Demmer Wellness Pavilion and Dialysis Center
820 Arlington Avenue
Petoskey MI , 49770
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Phone:
231-487-4889
Contact:
Chase Wilcox: 231-487-4889 or chase.wilcox@mclaren.org
Date
Ongoing
Cost
$120
Description

Aquatic Hydro Endurance Level 1: This is a high impact cardio class designed to challenge your current level of fitness through aqua jogging, swim strokes, and underwater breathing techniques.   

Class meets Mondays and Thursdays, 4:15 - 5:15 p.m. Sept. 8 - Oct. 29. To make up for Labor Day, the first class will be Tuesday, Sept. 8. 
 
Preregistration is required. Contact Chase Wilcox at 231-487-4889 or chase.wilcox@mclaren.org 

Fee: $120 for 8-week class

Please arrive 15 minutes early to your first class to pay and complete forms.

Classes are held in the Ben and Carolyn Benjamin Aquatic Rehabilitation Area. Locker rooms are available but limited to only 2 at a time. Please arrive with swim wear already on. Water shoes are welcomed but no black soles please. Bring a towel and water bottle for hydration.

COVID-19 Safeguards:
- Masks required upon facility entrance and to remain on while in locker room. Mask can be removed when entering the water; placed back on when exiting water.
- Participants encouraged to arrive in swim wear to reduce locker room need.
- Spa capacity limited to 2 at a time with each seated on opposite half of spa.
- Sauna, due to governor's executive order, remains closed.
- Instructor instructs from pool deck, not in the water.
- Instructor instructs with mask on.
- X's placed on pool deck to create a grid marking off 6 areas, 1 for each participant. Participant remains within his/her space during entire fitness workout.
- Social distancing of 6' apart to be maintained throughout. Participants dismissed from class in smaller groups to maintain social distancing and assure only 2 in the locker room at a time. Classes purposely not scheduled back to back to aid in this as well.
- Handrails and door handles are sanitized after each class.
- Aquatic fitness equipment (paddles, noodles, weights, etc.) used in the water are safe to return to rack after a simple dip and swish in the water. No further sanitation is required. Chemicals (bromine) in the pool water kills viruses and bacteria.