Rowing taught on your own terms!

Life gets busy and committing to one of our Rowing Progressions just might not be in the cards for you. Maybe you have kids, a hectic work schedule, or maybe you are more comfortable in a smaller group setting. whatever your needs are GWC is here to work around them.

How this works:

You can buy a block of classes: 5, 10, 0r 15.

You take a look at our drop in schedule.

  • Monday 6am – 8am (sculling level 2)
  • Tuesday 5:30pm – 7:30pm (Intro to sculling/ Sculling level 1)
  • Wednesday 6am – 8am (Intro to sculling/ Sculling level 1)
  • Friday 6am – 8am (sculling level 2)
  • Friday 5:30pm – 7:30pm (open sculling)

You plan your week and you contact your coach to sign you up for your session.

Its That Simple!

Your Coaches: Kalila Elahi, Dennis Fronheiser, & Serra Sevenler

Kalila Elahi

Kalila has been an athlete for most of her life, starting with swimming when she was 8 years old. She rowed at RIT for four years and has continued to row after graduation. She majored in Biology at RIT, and is pursuing graduate school.

Dennis Fronheiser

Dennis is a USRowing Level II coach, asst. coach of Univ. Rochester, rowing technician, devotee of the Jimmy Joy-Thames Waterman’s approach to sculling, and usually wants to be the first one on the water in the morning.  A competitor and champion since 1974, he has a long demonstrated to bringing the joy, balance, and power of sculling and rowing to those of all abilities.

Serra Sevenler

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Important Notes!

Participant numbers are important, especially in Intro to Sculling.  To run that class, four rowers are needed in order to fill out our learn to scull boat.

Because numbers are important planning ahead is also important. If you want to row on Friday, let your coach  know by Tuesday. If you are planning on a Monday Morning Row, let your coach know by Friday.

A little communication will go a long way in smoothing out the scheduling process.