Adult Swim Lessons and Aquatics


Our 25-yard, 6-lane pool provides a great venue to meet your exercise needs. Almost anything you can do on land can be done in the water – aerobic conditioning, strength training, weight loss, and increased flexibility.

Swimming is good for your heart and is low impact, no stress or strain on your joints. All abilities can benefit from water exercise, whatever age or fitness level because you are in control of your movements. We have many programs available to teach or improve your swimming and fitness skills in the water. All Lakeland Hills YMCA aquatics programs are conducted under the supervision of certified lifeguards.

Adult Swim Exercise Included in your Membership


This class is designed for people with arthritis or those with limited range of motion. Our trained instructor guides participants through gentle actions in the water that can help decrease pain and stiffness. Class is free for members, but registration is necessary.


Exercises done in the pool puts less stress on your joints. This enjoyable and fun class works in both shallow and deep end of pool, but you do not need to know how to swim to participate. Flotation devices are provided. Class is free for members, no registration, just come! FRIDAYS 10:00AM – 10:45 AM


Lane Swim (ages 12 and older), Adult Lane Swim (ages 17 and older) and Recreation Swim are all free for members and included in your membership. For a schedule of lane and lap swim see our pool schedule.

Pool Schedule

Adult Swim Water Programs

Masters/Tri-Training – 19 Years and Older

Take the plundge and join the Masters Swimming Program. Improve your swimming technique, increase your endurance, enjoy the friendship of fellow swimmers, and improve the swim portion of your triathlon. Whether sprint or Ironman distances, our swim coaches will help provide you with the drills, stroke technique and confidence to improve the first leg of your race.

*Should be able to swim 200 yards.

Adult Swim Lessons – 16 Years and Older

The YMCA Swim Lesson Curriculum is a core group of aquatic skills every person needs to be safe around water. As the foundation of our program, these skills allow students to learn correct swim stroke techniques. Students begin with and build upon skills they are ready to learn, helping them to celebrate their successes, build self-confidence, and enjoy learning to swim and water safety.

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Drowning Prevention

Drowning can happen nearly anywhere with standing water. According to the CDC, formal swim lessons can reduce drowning by 88%. Through learning how to perform a sequenced set of skills over a period of lessons, the risk of drowning is reduced, giving you confidence in and around water.


Swimming is a great total body workout! When you swim, you engage almost every major muscle group, including your arms, legs and core. If you need a low impact form of exercise, swimming is for you! Swimming increases your heart rate without putting excess stress on your joints.


Swimming is very much a social sport. Swimmers of all ages can take classes together, train together, or work with an instructor in the pool. Even if you have a pool at home, it is where you gather with your friends and family.

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