Pool Hours

Mondays & Fridays 7am-6:00pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday 6:30am-6:00pm

Saturdays 8am-3pm

Pool will be closing for the season November 22nd, 2017 at 4pm.

Aquatic Classes

TAQUAta™– Pool Area                                                                     Mondays at 12:45PM-1:30PM
Tabata in the water! This workout includes intervals of 20 seconds high intensity cardio activity followed by 10 seconds rest. With this high intensity interval training, it will be sure to have to coming back for more!

BioExercise- Therapy Pool                                                          Wednesdays at 12:45PM-1:30PM

BioExercise is a new exercise program that combines activities for the body and mind to improve total body functionality. The result: improved physical and cognitive health.

Aqua Kriya Yoga- Therapy Pool                                             Tuesdays at 10:30AM-11:15AM          
Enhance flexibility, strength, breathing, balance, stamina, and body awareness while connecting the mind and body in the water. Other benefits include reduction in anxiety, stress, and improvement in mental clarity.

H2O Circuit Training-Pool Area                                              Thursdays 12:45pM-1:30PM
In this class, improve your cardio and muscle endurance in this low impact, high intensity circuit class.

Joints in Motion- Therapy Pool                                             Fridays at 12:15PM-1:00PM
This class aims to increase muscle strength and endurance. It will focus on increasing your range of motion. It will also help reduce joint stiffness and soreness in the body.


For any questions regarding the aquatics classes, please contact Brielle Carter at 602-626-7250 or

****If you require assistance for any of the water classes, we encourage you to bring an aid with you to the class. ****


To sign up for private swim lessons, please contact Nick Bright at  /602-386-4287 or sign up online below!

Private Swim Lessons

1 – 30 minute session: $25
5 – 30 minute sessions: $100
10 – 30 minute sessions: $175

1 – 30 minute session: $30
5 – 30 minute sessions: $125
10 – 30 minute sessions: $225


Group Swim Lessons


Group of 2 people

1 – 30 minute session: $45
5 – 30 minute sessions: $200
10 – 30 minute sessions: $300

Group of 3 people

1 – 30 minute session: $55
5 – 30 minute sessions: $250
10 – 30 minute sessions: $350

To sign up, please contact Nick Bright at  /602-386-4287 or sign up online above!

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Ability360 Aquatic Center Information

Here is your guide for all things related to the Ability360 Aquatic Center. Below you can find out information about each of our three pools, as well as frequently asked questions, and rules for the aquatic area. If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

The Pools
Aquatic Classes
Frequently Asked Questions
Pool Rules

The Pools

  • Lap Pool: Features an elevator lift, a hydraulic lift and a transfer station for entry. The pool depth ranges from 4’6″-10′. The deep end of pool is suitable for scuba training. The lap pool will be heated between 80-84 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Therapy Pool: Features an elevator lift, a hydraulic lift and transfer access.  The pool depth ranges from 3′-4′. The therapy pool will be heated between 88-92 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Spa: Access with hydraulic lift and transfer access. The pool is 3′ deep. The spa will be heated to a maximum of 102 degrees Fahrenheit.


Frequently Asked Questions

    1. Can I go swimming if I am incontinent or have urinary or bowel issues?
      Yes, but you must wear a swim diaper, rubber or plastic undergarments specifically designed to retain urine and fecal matter.


    1. Should I go in the water with an open sore?
      No, you may run the risk of infection to the sore.
    2. Can my child use the pool?
      Yes, Children 8 years old and under must be with an adult at all times in the pool, preferably one adult per child. Children under 14 years of age must have adult supervision in the aquatic area.
    3. Do you offer physical therapy?
      No, we are a fitness center. We offer workout and movement programs to assist you in a creating healthy lifestyle. It is a good idea to speak with your doctor about a workout plan that you can implement at the gym or in the pool.
    4. What do I do if I need assistance to workout in the water?
      Please contact us so we can schedule a volunteer to assist you as necessary.
    5. Can I go in the pool if I have a tracheotomy?
      Please consult your doctor first. There is specialized equipment you can get to go in the water and swim, but only if your doctor approves it. Swimming with a tracheotomy can be very dangerous and lead to respiratory complications. Please consult your doctor before trying any of these devices.


  1. Will I need to bring my own towel or will the Ability360 provide one?
    Ability360 will not supply towels. Please bring your own towel.
  2. Can I bring other water exercise equipment to the pool?
    Yes. We have some equipment here, but you may also bring your own.

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Pool Rules


–      Children under 14 must have adult supervision in aquatic area.

–      Children under 8 must have an adult with them in the water and be within arms length reach of the adult.

–      Members may be required to pass a swim test to swim unaccompanied.

–      Jeans or clothes that are frayed are not permitted in the pools. Shirts and shorts may be worn over bathing suit but MUST NOT be see-through.

–      Food or drinks are not permitted at the pool. Water ONLY.

–      Glass is strictly prohibited in pool area.

–      Please take a cleansing shower before entering the pool or after using the restroom.

–      You must dry off before re-entering the facility.

–      Standing or jumping from transfer bench in Lap Pool is not permitted.

–      In the event of an emergency please clear the pool and follow all directions given by Ability360 staff.


–      If incontinent, you must wear tight fitting rubber or plastic pants or a swim brief.

–      Please ask Ability360 staff for assistance with the pool lifts.

–      Persons with sore or inflamed eyes, colds, nasal or ear discharges, boils or other acute or skin or body infections, or cuts shall be excluded from pool use.

–      Only service animals allowed on the pool deck

Play it safe: No running or roughhousing

SPA RULES (Maximum Spa temperature is 104 degrees Fahrenheit)

–      Children 14 and under are not allowed in the Spa.

–      Pregnant women, Elderly and persons with medical issues should consult a physician before using the Spa.

–      Do not exceed 15 minutes in the Spa.

–      Please shower before using the Spa.

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