Instructor Sally Lucas is certified with the Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation Institute as a Back Rehabilitation Specialist.
With the hydrostatic pressure of the water and its natural resistance, the water helps anyone suffering from physical illness and/or in need of greater stability and balance. The water offers a unique experience-in an environment where buoyancy replaces gravity, low impact resistance cancels high impact shock, and the same amount of calories can be burned (depending on intensity) just as running and/or biking- more and more people are turning to the swimming pool to look for exercise and/or therapy-its time you join us!
Aquatic Therapy can be useful for: Parkinson's disease, Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, Pulmonary Hypertension, Mitral Valve Prolapse, Cardiomyopathy, Chronic Back Pain, Autism, Tourette’s, Muscular Distrophy and more.
Our goal is to help clients reach their peak performance through physical conditioning and nutritional support, supplying them with a foundation for living a healthy, happy life. Working with clients ranging from therapeutic aquatic aerobic classes, seasoned athletes, to clients in need of functional living skills Sally offers a unique experience.
Single Session: 45 Minutes
Member: $60 Benefactor: $55 Non-Member: $70
Package of (4) Sessions: 45 Minutes
Member: $220 Benefactor: $200 Non-Member: $240
Package of (10) Sessions: 45 Minutes
Member: $500 Benefactor: $450 Non-Member: $600
Click here to read a article in the South Charlotte News about Sally Lucas.
With Sally's wonderful outlook, "that no two people are just alike and that each person needs a different and creative exercise plan that will work for them," we hope that you will consider the Levine Jewish Community Center of Charlotte, North Carolina to offer the Aquatic Therapy you are looking for! "Tailor training plans from the most basic to highly advanced skills-working on flexibility, strength, stability, mobility, cardio output, bone density, and more-the most important thing to Sally Lucas is when a client leaves a training session; while they may be physically tired, they are filled with energy and enthusiasm and a desire to continue on the path to health and wellness."