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The 5 Best Places to Swim in Irvine

Did you know that swimming is one of the best exercises for your health? The benefits of swimming are many, from improved cardiovascular performance to accelerating the body’s healing process after an injury. We recommend swimming to many of our patients, who want to find enjoyable ways to exercise. A regular low-impact exercise regimen, in conjunction with regular chiropractic care, is one of the best ways to ensure a healthy nervous system.

Luckily for those of us in the beautiful Irvine area, we have a number of free and low-cost options for swimming locally. Here are a few of our favorites.

Waterworks Aquatic Swim School
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced swimmer, Waterworks Aquatic Swim School in Orange County can help you develop a custom swimming routine to meet your needs. Instructors will work with you to create a flexible program and teach you proper techniques in the water.

Woollett Aquatics Center
If you are interested in a free swim, Woollett Aquatics Center is a great choice. The Woollett Center is located in Irvine’s Heritage Park, and has multiple pools for visitors to enjoy. They offer two larger lap pools and a smaller pool for swim classes.

Racquet Club of Irvine
The Racquet Club of Irvine recently converted their pool to saltwater, so there’s no worrying if you are typically sensitive to chlorine. Their pool is open during the Club’s operating hours.

Nova Masters Swimming
If you are interested in signing up for a rigorous swimming program in Irvine to help improve your overall health, Nova Masters Swimming may be a good choice for you. They offer a flexible class schedule and professional instruction.

San Paulo Park
San Paulo Park is home to a popular pool that’s provides a relaxed and family friendly atmosphere. This is a great place to go for those who are interested in working at their own pace to improve their health.

If you’ve recently suffered an injury and are looking for ways to accelerate your body’s healing process, routine chiropractic adjustments combined with regular swimming can help alleviate pain and strengthen your muscles. Contact us today for more information.

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