Aqua Fit Classes [] La Aldea Hotel

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Event Category: Health/FitnessEvent Tags: aquacise, Fitness, health, and water exercise

  • AQUA FIT Classes in La Aldea Hotel!
    Every Tuesday and ThursdaysFrom   9.30 to 10.30  and  from  10.45 to 11.45

    This low impact exercise is good for everyone but a favorite for beginners, pregnant women, the elderly and those recovering from injury.

    It is  a whole body aerobic workout  for fitness and weight loss with the benefit of  water resistance.

    The pool has a nice worm water: about 28°C / 84.2 ° Fahrenheit

    We are allowed to have max. 10 people in the pool.

    Only people with the Covid vaccine are permited to participate.
    (Please bring your Vaccine voucher).We have to keep a protocol to entry that I’ll explain when we are there.

    We provided belt  and gloves to work out.

    There is a dressing room and we leave our bags right at the pool.
    There is also one shower to rinse after class.

    You bring your towel, sun glasses, hat, sun protection and enthusiasms…..

    There is a free parking place to leave your car in the time of your class.

    It´s a dynamic, fun workout!

    Cost: $200 pesos x class,  up-front payment x month.
    NO Dropins possible at this moment.
    We have very strict rules from the Hotel to follow for the Covid/Safety.
    I’ll send you the protocol to follow if you are attending
    Let me know to which class YOU are interested to take.

    Eréndira Gordillo

    Send an Enquiry to contact Eréndira.


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  • 2 Reviews on “Aqua Fit Classes [] La Aldea Hotel”

    1. Jo Sanders Aqua Fit Classes [] La Aldea Hotel
      Overall Rating:

      I’ve been going to Erendira Gordillo’s water aerobics class at the Aldea for several years. It’s perfect. The pool is heated and if it’s chilly out, once you dry off (and I’ve learned I can take the wet bathing suit off under my dress!) and put on a sweater you’re comfortable again. There’s also a dressing room with hot showers where you can change, and free parking. The class exercises and stretches all your muscles, and if something hurts in the air it most likely won’t hurt in the water. Best of all, Erendira is a marvelous teacher – she knows what she’s doing and she is always cheerful, funny, encouraging, and happy — and I’ve had a number of water aerobics teachers over my lifetime and so can compare. Her classes at the Aldea are Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 to 10:30 and 10:45 to 11:45. The flotation belts and barbells are provided. (Although I wish her damned music weren’t so loud!)

      It is not cheap – 200 pesos per class payable at the beginning of the month, with no drop-ins. I find paying in advance helps me to do it, actually. Exercise is unfortunately essential – if I had my way I’d be reading books all day – and this is the most pleasant way I’ve found to do it. So if you dislike exercise and the notion of walking on uneven sidewalks and streets gives you the creeps, consider this.

    2. Wendy Aqua Fit Classes [] La Aldea Hotel
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      I have to tell you all that this is a GREAT class — super fun, in a beautiful setting and you get an amazing, low- impact workout..

      Erendira is phenomenal! Plus, if you have any physical issues that restrict movement she will find a workaround for that. The class is good for all ages and all levels of expertise. You don’t even have to be able to swim. I highly recommend it.

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