Pools in the capital
ASPRIA AVENUE LOUISE : a luxurious pool in the heart of Brussels
There is a spa with sauna, hammam, jacuzzi and a relaxation room, an ultra-modern fitness room and group classes, all set is a prestigious building.
It all adds up to a truly exceptional club.
ASPRIA ROYAL LA RASANTE WOLUWE : 2 pools in a green area in Brussels
There are swimming lessons for all ages, aqua classes, and also 7 tennis courts, a nursery and a wide range of activities for kids.
Not forgetting the fitness and group classes.
ASPRIA ARTS-LOI : a 21 meter pool in the heart of the European quarter
Dive in an indoor 21m pool before enjoying a luxurious spa with hammam, jacuzzi and sauna.
Aspria Arts-Loi also offers great fitness facilities and 140 group classes per week including aquagym and aquafit.
DAVID LLOYD - Brussels
Tel : 02 / 379 32 00
If you want to practice this wonderful sport, discover the aquacenter of Aqua Heaven.
Tel : 02 / 270 17 17
ESPADON - Brussels
Tel : 02 / 640 38 38
LONGCHAMPS - Uccle
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Why swimming is a good exercise?
Teenagers, and elderly people, accomplished sportsmen or complete amateurs : swimming is a great activity for everyone. The main benefit is that it helps you build several muscle groups at once. It also helps you strengthen those that you may forget during your workouts, mainly your back and your shoulders. With a balanced diet, you should notice leaner muscles and lose weight quite quickly.
When they have patients that want to have an active lifestyle after an injury or years of inactivity, doctors and physiotherapists are more likely to recommend the practice of this sport. Indeed, the risk of injuries is very low as it does not involve any impact (like you may have with running, aerobics or HIIT for example). It is then very unlikely to twist one's ankle (as it may be the case with dance, cardio workouts and even yoga) or to fall down (when biking...). This is not the case of swimming. For all those reasons, people suffering from earlier injuries or in rehabilitation, pregnant women and so on are encouraged to follow swimming lessons.
If it is true that swimming has a positive impact on the body, it also has benefits for the mind. More particularly, it improves sleep quality. Moreover, water is recognised for alleviating stress and anxiety. You do not even need a cooldown after a session and you will not feel as much soreness as other sports practises. Swimming is also known for developing coordination and flexibility.
Have you ever heard about primitive reflex? This is an intuition that all babies have, so that they are able to swim even when they cannot walk. Even though they have this reflex, you'd better have to avoid public pools for babies younger than 6 months. The reason is that they still have to build their natural defence; an infant has a very weak immune system which makes a public pool not so suitable for him or her.
Information published on the webpage Brussels Gym / Swimming pools.