Parents & me
Ages: 6 month – 24 month
They particularly love splashes and bubbles. In this class we encourage them to make little splashes with their arms and to kick their legs, reaching out for small toys and playing in the water.
Our underwater activities continue to focus totally on the baby, with small exercises designed to maintain their trust and confidence, watching their faces and responding to their cues.
The songs and rhymes are the most natural way for babies to listen and learn. All activities are carefully balanced to ensure they have fun and stay relaxed. Repetition is fun, safety and promotes learning.
Ages: 2 – 3 years old
Toddlers love to play! They love to splash, jump in, kick their legs and chase the balls.
We encourage this with fun games and songs, together with swimming. Most of the toddles are extremely comfortable taking little swims on their own, both with wiggles and with out help.
They are becoming skilled and safety conscious.
They love to blow bubbles and play with the water toys. Repetition makes learning to swim easy and natural.
Classes are 30 minutes long.
Ages: 3 – 5 years old
Beginner. Swim distance 3 yards to 6 yard.
Your child is beginning to enjoy the water with some swim skills independence.
Our Jellyfish They can enter and exit the water safely, gradually learning to swim short distances on their own. Bubbles, kicking, arms and introduce rhythmic breathing and activities with the hoop-mat make independent swimming fun. Repetition with small progressions advances swimming skills.
Children move from Beginner jelly fish to Intermedia Jelly fish when they have achieved certain swim skills. Your teacher will tell you when your child is ready.
Intermedia. Swim Distance 6 yards to 12 yards.
KIckboard, noodles and floats are used to improve alignment and style!.
They start their own swimming by taking a breath, putting their face in the water, exhaling and kicking. We introduce big pizza arms and rainbow arms. They love to wear their goggles and dive.
Love to swim! As soon as they gain the arm strength to lift their head to breathe, they are able to swim at least 12 yards to 25 yards, and often much further.
All children learn to swim basic freestyle, back crawl, Dolphin and breaststroke, Skills.
Ages: 7 years – 9 years old
Continue to use and improve previously acquire learning abilities.
Ages: 10 years and up
Sharks 1. Able to swim 50 yards.
Refined free style and backstroke skills.
Swimmers will focus on refining freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke, increasing endurance, and polish learned butterfly stroke.
Adult Swim Lessons
It's never too late to learn how to swim
Beginners level start by learning the basics of floating in the water, and incorporate strokes while being supported by foam floating tools.
At the end of this course, you will be able to do the THREE basic strokes including crawl, breast stroke AND back stroke.
Learn how to swim and built confidence and Self-esteem.
Home Private lessons
The instructor will remain at least 6 feet away from the parent and child, and also wear a mask, while guiding the parent as he or she works with our little swimmer.
We will eventually move to having instructors work with children directly one-on-one, while wearing masks, and using hand sanitizers and disinfectants for all toys and equipment.