Bensenville, Ill.—Wood Street Fitness announces the launch of Aqua Zumba classes beginning June 7. Aqua Zumba takes place 6-6:45 p.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11-11:45 a.m. at the Bensenville Water Park, 1100 W. Wood Street, while the water park is open for the season.
Aqua Zumba is a dynamic and invigorating fitness program offering participants a unique way to stay active and have fun by combining the benefits of traditional Zumba with the resistance and buoyancy provided by water. Led by certified instructors, the aqua-based dance fitness sessions provide a low-impact, high-energy workout suitable for all fitness levels.
Regular participation in Aqua Zumba offers a wide range of benefits. The water’s buoyancy reduces impact and stress on joints and muscles, making it an ideal choice for individuals with joint pain or those seeking a gentler form of exercise. The resistance provided by the water increases muscle strength and enhances overall cardiovascular fitness. Moreover, Aqua Zumba improves flexibility, balance and coordination while providing a boost to mood and overall well-being.
“We are thrilled to reintroduce Aqua Zumba to our fitness program lineup again this summer,” says Fitness Supervisor Silvia Acevedo. “This fun-filled aquatic workout combines the joy of dancing with the benefits of water-based exercise. It’s a fantastic way to improve fitness, relieve stress and enjoy a refreshing workout in a supportive and welcoming environment.”
The fee for Aqua Zumba is $8 per class, with a discounted rate of $6 for individuals residing within the district. Participants with a valid water park membership or Wood Street Fitness Core Class Pass membership can enjoy Aqua Zumba classes for free, making it an excellent value-added benefit for existing members.
To join the Aqua Zumba sessions, simply show up at the Bensenville Water Park at the designated times. No pre-registration is required. Participants are advised to bring a towel, water bottle and appropriate swimwear. Water shoes are strongly recommended, and swimming skills are not necessary.
For more information about Wood Street Fitness, including membership rates and class schedules, visit WoodStFitness.com. To learn more about the Bensenville Water Park, including season passes, hours and daily admission fees, visit BvilleParks.org/waterpark.