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Swim Lessons - Session 2 (7/8-7/18)

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American Red Cross Learn to Swim group swimming lessons are offered Monday-Thursday, rain or shine, unless otherwise stated.  A swim membership is required to participate in swim lessons.

Group lessons are designed for children. Adults seeking swimming lessons are encouraged to register for private swim lessons.  

Swim Level Information:

Intro to Water (Adaptive): This program is specially designed for kids with disabilities to learn essential water safety skills and build confidence in the water. Through fun and engaging activities, we'll focus on teaching basic swimming techniques and skills that will prepare them for success in swimming lessons. Our staff will provide a supportive environment where every child can learn at their own pace and feel empowered and comfortable in the water. Join us as we make splashes, laughter and unforgettable memories while prioritizing safety and fun! This program is not a Red Cross Learn to Swim Program. 

Parent Child: Parents will be in the water with their children to get them acclimated to the water. The participants will move around the pool while playing with toys, singing songs, and practice the basics of swimming. The comfort level for each child will vary and will not be pressured into doing anything the parent or child is not comfortable with. 

Preschool Aquatics: Children will be in the water without an adult. Preschool age starts age 3. Participants will work on the basics of being in the water by themselves, learn safety rules about being in the pool, work on being able to put their heads under water and learning about kicking and using arms to swim.

Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills: For the beginner who is comfortable in the water. Swimmers learn basics of swimming: bobbing, going under water, supported front and back floating, supported rolling over from front to back and back to front, supported gliding, supported flutter kick, supported front crawl arms and jumping in. 

Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills: Swimmers should already be able to float on front and back and put their head under water. Swimmers will work on: independent front and back floating, independent rolling over from front to back and back to front, independent front and back glides, front crawl arms and kicks, back crawl arms and kicks, retrieving underwater objects, and jumping into water over their head.

Level 3: Stroke Development: Swimmers should already be comfortable swimming front stroke and swimming on their back. Swimmers will work on: gliding, freestyle with side breathing, backstroke, breast stroke and dolphin kicks, retrieving objects in deeper water, treading water, jumping into deep water and compact dives.

Level 4: Stroke Improvement: Swimmers should already be able to: swim front and back crawl 25 yards. Swimmers will work on: rotary breathing, freestyle, backstroke, elementary backstroke, scissors kick and sidestroke, whip kick and breaststroke, intro to turning at wall, treading water with modified scissors, and diving in kneeling position.

Level 5: Stroke Refinement: Swimmers should already be able to: swim freestyle, breaststroke and backstroke 25 yards, scissors kick, whip kick, treading water, and dive. Swimmers will work on: alternate breathing, stride jump, refinement of: freestyle, backstroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, breaststroke, dolphin kick and butterfly, open turn on front and back, feet-first surface dive, and treading water.

* Adjustments and discounts will be applied during checkout if applicable. *

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