Aqua Fit Classes with Activ8 North East

Aqua Classes

Water exercise does not get much more inclusive Aquafit. With sessions available for beginners and experts alike, anybody is able to take part in this fun fitness class, even people who can not swim.


Aquafit is simply an aerobic exercise class in water. The beauty of working out in water is that you are able to make an impact on your body without working up too much of a sweat. The water movement around the body has a massaging effect which encourages you to work the less used muscles during exercise. The majority of pools at our fitness centres are filled with lukewarm water which means you are able to work out without over heating the body.


The water provides resistance to strengthen your muscles and raise your heart rate whilst minimising impact on your joints. Although the amount of calories lost will vary, an average person is able to burn more than 200 calories during an aquafit class. Our sessions are planned to suit various fitness stages and age ranges which gives our participants the chance to work at a level to suit them. Take a look at the fitness class timetables we have available online for Splash Stockton and start planning your fitness regime today. 

Active + Aquafit

This class offers those, relatively new to exercise, to experience working out in water to gain health benefits such as improved mobility, maintain stamina, strength and suppleness. It’s also good at reducing stress levels.


This ‘original’ water based fitness session is a great workout for the heart and lungs. Helping to tone all of the muscles in your body without leaving you feeling sweaty and exhausted.

Aqua Zumba

Integrating the Zumba formula and philosophy with traditional aqua fitness, the exercise class blends it all together in a safe yet challenging, water based workout that encourages cardio conditioning, body toning and most of all an exhilarating experience for everyone. 



You may also like to take a look at our non water based fitness classes including Zumba today.