***Please Note: The NEW Lake Highlands YMCA pool will open by June 1st 2020. We anticipate that Summer Swim Lesson registration will begin March 1st for facility members and March 15th for non-members. YMCA members are able to use any of our 19 Dallas Y locations, including indoor pools. CLICK HERE to see a full list of pool locations.***

Class Offerings

We offer a wide variety of aquatic fitness classes, so you're sure to find the perfect one for you!


Certified Non-Impact WaterAerobic Instructor Committed to Teaching for 26 Years the Benefits of Aqua Fitness to a Variety of Age groups and Physical capabilities.  Starting with a Positive and Enthusiastic Social Atmosphere - Improved Balance, Range of Motion, and Pain-Relief from Arthritis and other ailments are just some of the Benefits Exercising in the Medium of Water can produce.  Focus on Safety, Good Body Alignment and Breathing!!!  


Perfect For Those looking to make a splash by adding a low-impact, high-energy aquatic exercise to their fitness routine. AquaZumba blends the Zumba philosophy with water resistance, for one pool party you shouldn’t miss! There is less impact on your joints during an AquaZumba class so you can really let loose. Water creates natural resistance, which means every step is more challenging and helps tone your muscles.


A low to moderate specialized water exercise program designed for individuals with arthritis and joint replacements. Learn a series of exercises to help relieve pain and stiffness, increase and maintain range of motion, and increase muscular strength and endurance.


A fifty-five minute, shallow water, low-impact workout that emphasizes cardiovascular fitness, muscle toning and endurance, balance and flexibility at a moderate level.  Instructor uses energizing background music to help motivate class.  Water shoes are recommended.  No swimming ability required.


Water aerobics is a system of exercise utilizing the resistance of body movement in water.  A deep water workout is assisted with a buoyant belt which allows a body to float vertically high enough to allow arms and legs to move freely without touching bottom or sides of the pool.  A general workout will include a warm-up, followed by cardiovascular activity, possibly some strength movements assisted with Styrofoam equipment to create the overload and ending with a cool down of stretching movements.  Music with a beat entices the body to move with consistent timing and adds an aesthetic quality to the exercise. 


Ai Chi is a simple water exercise and relaxation program performed using a combination of deep breathing and slow, broad movements of the arms, legs, and torso in flowing continual patterns. Ai Chi has been shown to be beneficial for balance improvement, pain management, arthritis, and a great way to relieve stress. 


All levels of fitness. We will introduce beginner, intermediate and advanced options. It will be a class where we will have cross training concepts to create fun and challenging exercises in the water in an interval format.