The 1:1 scenario of teacher with parent/child creates an environment for bonding and building of trust between the parent and child.
With a focus on creating a safe and fun environment to explore the new world of water, the teachers lead the children through songs and splashes.
With the 1:1 instruction, the child begins their journey to swimming on their own with a focus on comfort, endurance and safety. When the child shows readiness, the focus will also includes the four-stroke technique.
In a 2:1 setting, the semi-private lesson will allow the child to swim with a friend or sibling while achieving the same benefits as the private swim lesson.
This class offers and introduction to swimming. Children will learn basic water safety and survival skills.
In a moderate competitive setting, the children will improve endurance, stamina and stroke techniques while participating in a series of drills and swim sets..
The class offers the opportunity for children who have the ability to swim all 4 strokes to improve their stroke techniques and build their endurance while also creating a fun class to keep their love of swimming alive!
The class offers the opportunity to get the swim team experience without the stress of competition.