Before you return to swimming we hope you'll read through the information below for updates, guidelines, & restrictions we have put in place to help keep our members & staff safe during this re-opening phase. Due to government restrictions members are required to sign up for swim lane times & aquatic group classes.
USE THIS LINK TO CHECK OUT OUR SIGN UP PAGE:
We are so excited to be able to increase the amount of swim lane sign ups per member to 4 a week! Please note that increase is due to the recent update from the health department that lanes may now be shared. If you are water walking, you must maintain 6 feet between you and the other person in your lane.
Since re-opening our aquatic center looks a little different in order for us to keep our members & staff safe while adhering to the Healthy At Work guidelines. Click through the options below to read about what returning to the club looks like in our Aquatic Center!
All lap swimmers must make a reservation for lap swimming due to the COVID-19 guidelines.
Here is the plan:
We will release the link for next week's lane sign-ups on WEDNESDAYS at 9am. Be on the lookout for that email. We know this has been confusing, we apologize. We are doing our best to meet the demand for lap lanes while keeping everyone safe!
If you would like to go ahead and make an account with Sign-Up Genius so that you can be prepared when the link is released on Wednesday you may do so here.
Thank you so much for your continued patience and understanding as we navigate through all of this!
Our therapy pool is now OPEN!
Our therapy pool is great for those recovering from an injury or those that are just looking to get moving again.
WE ARE STRONGLY ADVISING OUR MEMBERS TO WEAR A MASK WHILE IN THE THERAPY POOL!
Also please remember to maintain socially distanced (6 feet) at all times.
At this time our therapy pool is restricted to 24 people in our pool at a time to allow for social distancing.
Our specialty aquatics classes offer gentle exercises and relief for those with health conditions such as breast cancer, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and multiple sclerosis.
Joint Power is designed to help patients strengthen muscles and joints prior to hip and knee replacement surgery. For class offerings, see the Aquatics class schedule.
Aqua aerobics has proven benefits for those with neurological conditions. Because the water’s buoyancy supports 60 percent to 90 percent of body weight, exercising in the water is easier and increases the range of motion and balance. In addition, the water temperature has a natural cooling effect, which makes for an overall pleasant mental and physical experience. Neuro Aqua class is geared for those with Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or other common neurological disorders. Includes stretching with a full range of motion and toning. All fitness levels welcome. For class offerings, see the Aquatics class schedule.
Designed for people with arthritis or fibromyalgia, this class is great for strengthening, toning, and stretching using a full range of motion. This class is very relaxing and helps you feel great. Follows the guidelines from the Arthritis Foundation. For class offerings, see the aquatics class schedule.
To find out when classes meet, see the Aquatics class schedule.
At Baptist Health/Milestone Wellness Center we have a long history of helping seniors maintain a high quality of life. We offer a comfortable and motivating facility that welcomes seniors to regain and maintain mobility in their later years.
We have many resources that are geared towards the needs of our 65+ age range members!