|Monday||8:00am – 8:45am
7:30pm – 8:15pm
|Wednesday||7:30pm – 8:15pm|
|$104.50||11 Visit ($9.50 per entry)|
|$314.05||35 Visit ($8.97 per entry)|
|$100||10 Concession Visit Pass (+ 1 Bonus Session)|
A hybrid Aquanautics/Aquaerobics class for Seniors
$5.00 Wednesday 2:30pm – 3:15pm | Friday 2:45pm – 3:30pm
Aquanautics is the astronaut training program designed initially for those suffering chronic conditions or with severe injuries, which has developed into an awesome workout hailing sport performance enhancement, as well as rapid recovery and injury prevention.
Its zero weight bearing principle and centre of buoyancy factor enables the participant to activate phases of movement in ranges which gravity prevents the mind from understanding.
Because of this it becomes possible to map out the true capabilities of human kinesis. This now provides a totally new dynamic of movement and a greater awareness of our neurological pathways.
Aquanautics is ideal for all age groups, and all fitness levels.
Aquanautics is arguably the most holistically beneficial health and fitness regime on offer today. The next phase in the evolution of Human Kinesiology.
Aquanautics began as a means of providing fitness and rehabilitation to people with chronic conditions or severe injuries which otherwise prevented them from partaking in existing forms of activity where gravity was a major consideration to impact related aggravation of injuries.
With information from NASA regarding astronaut training drills designed to educate the astronaut to be mobile in a zero gravity environment the dynamics of the aquanautics program were developed. These actions proved to be far more unique than initially anticipated and it was not until many testimonials from the delighted followers of this program showed rapid increases in recovery and motor function that the real research began.
The next revelation surfaced when elite athletes began using the method and reported an increase in performance.
Recently in the USA physiologists, kinesiologists and neurologists offered an explanation for the success of the program. It was pointed out that gravity prevents our minds from fully understanding the maximum capability of our muscles. Through the use of water as a gravity inhibitor, we are able to encourage our muscles to perform tasks which would be considered impossible in normal gravity conditions.
Aquanautics is arguably the most holistically beneficial health and fitness regime on offer today.