Offer an AquaYoga Class!
"The best thing about hydrotherapy is that anyone can do it," says Jaeson Kawadler, a senior physical therapist at Brigham and Womenís Hospital specializing in biomechanics, orthopedic injuries, and aquatic therapy. ďAll you need is a pool of water and a splash of fun.Ē
Most aquatic sessions take place with the water at chest level. You donít have to know how to swim. You donít even have to get your hair wet to realize the benefits of this positive approach to fitness and health.
An easy, yet effective class to offer is AquaDance. The water acts as a support system, making it fun and easy while it provides just enough resistance for a great workout.
All the Tools You Need to Get Started Today.
SwimEx AquaDance Class and Steps Guide, created by Jaeson Kawadler, DPT, CSCS and Amy Leonard, ATC
Infographic: Download an AquaDance Steps Guide here.
Click on the picture below to see a video of the steps
Click on the picture below to see an AquaDance class in action.
Why Water Works!
6 achievable results:
1. Increased muscle mass
2. Improved balance
3. Improved core strength and better stability
4. Increased range of motion and flexibility
5. Improved cardiovascular health
6. Increased metabolism for weight loss
7 Common Health Conditions Treated Effectively with Aquatic Therapy:
1. Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain
2. Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Issues
4. Foot and Ankle Fractures
5. Knee and Hip Replacements
7. General Conditioning
What is SwimEx?
SwimEx hydrotherapy pools provide the ideal hydrotherapy tool for positive outcomes in rehabilitation, recovery, and overall fitness. Easy to maintain and built to last, SwimEx pools feature variable speed water currents, large open areas, and independent zones for individual treatment plans or group classes.
Harness the power of water. Join the SwimEx wave for a healthier life.