Aqua Fitness Classes
The Y has been the nation's leading expert in Water Safety
Knowing how to swim is a lifelong skill benefiting one's overall health and well-being. The YMCA has been America's leading swim instructor for more than 100 years, teaching and encouraging swimmers of all ages, abilities and interests. At the Randolph Y, we're dedicated to helping people grow in skill and confidence for a lifetime of fitness and water safety. We focus on the key elements of aquatics: stroke development, personal safety, sports and games plus personal growth and development.
Please note that video and photography are prohibited in the entire aquatic center (all locker rooms, saunas, steam room, hot tub, Main Pool & Warm Water Pool) at all times.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When are swimming lessons held?
Swimming lessons are held throughout the year. Session and registration dates are available at the front desk and on our website.
When can I swim?
Pool schedules are located on the main hallway bulletin board for your convenience. You may also pick one up from the front desk. Remember-pool schedules are always subject to change-so be sure to check our website and bulletin boards for updates.
Must I be a swimmer to take aqua fitness classes?
Aqua fitness classes are held in both the shallow and deep end of our pools. You need not be a swimmer, but must be comfortable in water. For deeper classes, flotation belts are available. Be sure to see your instructor before class and inform them that you are a non-swimmer.
How do I schedule an aquatic personal trainer or rehab specialist?
Contact Aquatic Director, Kathy Fisher at 973 366 1120 x14 or firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out a request at the front desk.
Do I need to wear a bathing cap?
If you hair is shoulder length or longer, a bathing cap must be worn.