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Aquatics Fitness Classes in Westchase

Westchase resident, Linda Senkowicz, launched her aqua fit classes on July 5 and the response has been great! These classes are open to all ages and increase muscular strength and mobility while having fun with low-impact moves designed to sculpt and tone the body. The WCA Board recently voted to allow a second session, so that classes will now run through November 4. More days will be added beginning Aug. 7. See info below.

Dates/Times

Current Session: July 5-August 4
Wednesdays & Fridays at 9 a.m.

Second Session: August 7-November 4
Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 9 a.m.

Location

West Park Village Pool
10053 Parley Drive, Tampa

Cost

Resident – Single Class – $5
Non-Resident – Single Class – $7
Resident – 4 pack – $18
Non-Resident – 4 pack – $25
Resident – 8 pack – $35
Non-Resident – 8 pack – $49

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Questions: Call or Text Linda: 813-523-3269 (cell)


About the Instructor:

Linda Senkowicz is a certified Aquatic Fitness Professional with more than 20 years of experience in the health and fitness industry, teaching a variety of fitness disciplines in both private and group settings. In 2001, having a passion for swimming, she became certified through the Aquatic Exercise Association (AEA) to teach Water Aerobics and was trained as a Water Safety Instructor through the Red Cross. Since then, she has developed a variety of Water Aerobics classes for resorts, gyms, and Senior living facilities throughout Florida. She also continues to develop other fitness engagement programs that are geared towards active older adults, such as Cardio Drumming and Water Pilates. You may recognize her from Tampa’s Northwest Y.M.C.A. where she has taught multiple forms of Aquatic Fitness classes including Aqua Zumba and Hydro¬≠Pilates.
Linda is also a certified Arthritis Foundation Program Leader and holds certifications in Jazzercise, Silver Sneakers, Zumba, and Pilates. Linda continues to follow her passion for fitness by sharing the benefits of aquatic exercise and motivating others to continue to move as part of a healthy lifestyle.

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