Parent and Child Aquatics

Infants and Toddlers

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The objective of this course is to teach infants and toddlers how to safely explore and become comfortable in the water while accompanied by an adult. Both parent and child will learn how to develop early swimming skills and what to do in the case of an aquatic emergency.

 


Learn to Swim

Beginners (ages 3 - adult)

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For beginning swimmers from age 3 through adulthood. This course is designed to teach individuals how to move through the water effectively and efficiently for the full enjoyment of safe and fun aquatic experiences.


Skill Development

Intermediate Swimmers (ages 5 - adult)

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Once you've learned to swim - become both comfortable with the front crawl and familiar with the backstroke, the next step is to focus on skill development. With this course, swimmers get closer to mastering their front crawl and advancing their backstroke, and they learn the breaststroke and butterfly.


Prerequisites:

  • Swim front crawl for one length of pool without interruption using rotary breathing

  • Swim backstroke for one length of pool without interruption or any submersion of the face

  • Tread water for 45 seconds


Technique Improvement

Advanced Swimmers

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This course provides a focus upon the details that make the difference between swimming with good technique and swimming with effective technique.

Prerequisites:

  • Front crawl for four lengths of pool without interruption using rotary breathing

  • Backstroke for four lengths of pool without interruption or any submersion of the face

  • Breaststroke for four lengths of pool without interruption

  • Butterfly for four lengths of pool without interruption