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Lap Swim & Water Fitness

Lap Swim & Water Fitness

The RBAC offers Lap Swim opportunities in both the Recreational and Competition Pools. At this time, Lap Swim sessions are offered in one-hour increments.    Water Fitness Classes are available in both the Recreational and Therapy Pools. Reservations will be available a week at a time, Monday through Sunday. Reservations will be taken starting on the preceding Wednesday at 10 am.

Learn more: Lap Swim, Water Fitness
RBAC Anniversary Campaign

RBAC Anniversary Campaign

There are 8 all-encompassing pillars that make up the RBAC. These pillars are Health Education, Personal Wellness, Collegiate Opportunities, Confidence Building, Community Recreation, Competitive Life Skills, Strength & Fitness, and Therapeutic Services. All donations make a difference in the lives of our community members. Please make a donation that is meaningful to you to our 2020 30th Anniversary Campaign!

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Swim Lessons

Swim Lessons

Swim Lessons are a great equalizer amongst our diverse community and we want everyone to be able to enjoy the water safely. It is our mission to make sure that every person is water safe. Quality swim lessons save lives.

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RBAC Scholarship Club

RBAC Scholarship Club

The Scholarship Fund provides instruction, training, coaching, and aquatic therapy to all members of our diverse communities regardless of resources. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, the RBAC scholarship budget has grown to over $500,000 in assistance to ensure our community continues their journey in health education and fitness with confidence. Please join the Scholarship Club today!

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Success Stories

We will never know how many lives are touched, how many tough situations are turned around, how many kids are kept busy after school and away from the bad decisions that can be made. What we do know is: being able to swim is a life-long gift; swimming is a low-impact sport, good for all abilities and all ages; swimming, diving, and water polo develop focus and discipline; the RBAC offers every third grader in Pasadena Unified School District free swimming lessons annually; and the RBAC offers over 150 classes every week and employs 250 in our community. Walk the deck and you’ll see it for yourself.
John Thomas Cloud, Treasurer

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The RBAC is thrilled to announce the 30th Anniversary Campaign! Click here to make a donation that is meaningful to you.


The RBAC is excited to announce the launch of our online store! Come shop with us from the comfort of your own home. Click here to shop at the RBAC online store.


Come join our new class – Coordinated Strength

In this high-level class series with a Physical Therapist Assistant instructor, you will learn techniques to support YOUR daily life. Each class will improve your balance, reflexes, coordination, resistive strength, and cardiovascular health. Guaranteed to hit muscles you never knew existed (or perhaps had long forgotten). Great for individuals looking for personalized mobility and strength training!

7:00 AM every Tuesday and Thursday in the Therapy Pool
Begins: Tuesday, October 13th
Instructor: Physical Therapist Assistant, Jonathan Chang, PTA
Cost: $15
Maximum Class Attendance: 10


In order to determine air quality at the RBAC, we will use the Fire and Smoke Map that Air Now has recently launched. This site pulls information from localized sensors. The Center will close when the localized sensors read above 200. Any programs impacted by an air quality closure will be communicated with and a credit will be provided for the missed program.


If you are more than 10 minutes late for your lap swim session, your registration is void and the lane will be given to someone else. If you drop-in to the Center hoping to swim, you will be given any available lanes after the initial 10 minutes. The drop-in fee will be $7.50 for the remaining 35-minute session.


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