In addition to swimming classes, Waterworks Aquatics offers a variety of programs for children and adults. Whether you are looking for a swim camp, water aerobics class or a facility to host your child's birthday party or a private pool party, you will discover that Waterworks Aquatics offers the highest quality aquatics programs in the Silicon Valley area. Our dedication to aquatic fitness extends beyond our swim school to other programs that benefit people of all ages and abilities.
Give your child the opportunity to perfect his/her strokes in a team environment. Join the Waterworks Aquatics youth swim team! Water will be kept at a warm temperature year round. Swim team uses our 7 lane, 25 yard indoor pool. Our head coaches will mainly focus on speed and conditioning with some stroke refinement. Children ages 5 and older who join our recreational swim team will develop endurance while improving technique. Monthly membership and flexible attendance are two advantages of our swim team program.
If you are interested in a group class that focuses more on stroke refinement then our stroke clinic classes will meet your needs. To learn more about our stroke clinic classes in San Jose click here
Swimming Competitions will be held monthly throughout the year. Our swimming meets are open to the public for level 4 swimmers and higher (ages 2 yrs and older). Our meets will be held in our outdoor 7 lane, 25 yard pool. All swimmers will receive ribbons for participating and any child receiving 15 or more ribbons will qualify for a trophy.
Low and high intensity water aerobics classes enhance physical fitness and are open to people of all ages. Classes are offered at various times throughout the week. Please see our schedule of available times.
Stay fit and healthy with our lap swim program. Swim at your own pace and on your own time. We offer a 7 lane, 25 yard swimming pool which is heated year round.
Please see our schedule of available times.
Water therapy has long been used as an adjunct to traditional land-based techniques. Water is an ideal environment for therapy, as its buoyancy reduces body mass and provides support, which allows for easier and less painful movement. This also permits range of motion exercises to begin earlier than is possible on land.