You’ve seen them on the river, in the Olympics, in the news!
In case you have not heard of the benefits of rowing, here are just a few:
- Beautiful days on the water
- Outstanding exercise – rowing is a whole body sport combining cardio and strength
- Great social atmosphere
- Big Fun!
At Norwalk River Rowing, we’d like to introduce you to this great sport. We offer Adult Learn-to-Row programs on the water starting in Spring in the mornings, and we add some options through the summer on the evenings while the sun is still up, and the evening breezes cool the air. No better time to be on the water!
We are offering two times. One in the morning – early birds can row at 6:30a, shower in our new bathrooms and head off to work. We also offer an evening class, for those too busy in the morning and want to spend some time on the water later in the day.
Summer 2019 (ages 19 and up)
Session 1: 6/10-7/3 M/W 6:30a-8a (morning)
Session 2: 6/10-7/3 M/W 6:30p-8p (evening)
Session 3: 7/8-7/31 M/W 6:30a-8a (morning)
Session 4: 7/8-7/31 M/W 6:30p-8p (evening)
Session 5: 8/5-8/28 M/W 6:30a-8a (morning)
Session 6: 8/5-8/28 M/W 6:30p-8p (evening)
Note: Bring a friend! Classes require 4 participants. If we do not reach the minimum, you will be offered a credit towards another class, a private lesson or a refund.
We can also run a customized Learn-to-Row program when you can come along with some friends (4+). If you are on your own and can’t joining a class, we also offer private lessons. For either case, please contact us using the form below.
In the Winter, we are happy to introduce you to the sport on our Rowing Machines – ergometers – or ergs. On ergs you learn parts of the stroke, the very same ones you would use on the water. Ergometers are also excellent cardio machines that work the entire body – legs, back, arms and heart! It is an excellent time to get started. If after November but before late spring, look below to sign up for winter training.
You’ve learned to row and are looking for the next step, take a look at our Adult Novice Programs
If you are looking for Learn to Row for young athletes in High School and Middle School, please see our Youth Programs.
Want more information but don’t know who to ask? Click below to complete our contact form, and we’ll get you to the right person.Contact Us
Online registration is only available for those who wish to pay by credit card or PayPal. If you wish to pay by check, please contact the office [call: 203-866-0080 ext 4, or email: nrraacctg (at) norwalkriverrowing (dot ) org]. They will be happy to accommodate you.