Afternoon Group Swim Lessons

All swim levels

Beginner A
For students who have little to no experience in the water and/or are timid in the water. In this level, students will learn to:

  • enter the water independently
  • blow bubbles
  • comfortably go under water
  • front float for 3 seconds with support (face in)
  • back float for 3 seconds with support
  • front glide with support (face in)
  • back glide with support
  • swimming on front with support
  • swimming on back with support

 

Beginner B
For students to have some experience with the water and are comfortable putting their face in the water and being in the water. In this level, students will learn to:

  • comfortably submerge head for 3 seconds
  • independently front float for 3 seconds with face in the water
  • independently back float for 3 seconds
  • independently do a front glide with face in the water
  • independently do a back glide
  • bobs with rhythmic breathing
  • front crawl for 15 yards
  • back crawl for 15 yards

 

Advanced Beginner/intermediate
This level is for swimmers that can swim the front and back crawl 15 yards and are interested in learning the other strokes. In this level, students will learn:

  • breastroke 15 yards
  • elementary Backstroke 15 yards
  • sidestroke 15 yards
  • front crawl 25 yards
  • back crawl 25 yards
  • butterfly 15 yards
  • treading water for 1 minute
  • rotary breathing
  • retrieving object from the bottom of the pool

 

Stroke and Turn
Stroke and Turn is designed for swimmers that want to refine their strokes and are interested in swimming competitively. In this level, students will learn:

  • tread water for 5 minutes
  • learn flip turns and open turns
  • work on their endurance of front crawl, back crawl, breast stroke and butterfly
  • this lesson is 45 minutes long

2020 Group Session Dates

Dates listed are for afternoon swim lessons. The remainder of our programming is ongoing or privately scheduled.

Winter Session 1: January 6 - February 15 (6 weeks)

  • Makeup week February 17
  • No class on February 17
  • Registration opens December 9, 2019
  • Registration closes January 1, 2020
  • $108 M / $130 NM

Winter Session 2: February 24 - April 11 (7 weeks)

  • Makeup week April 13
  • Registration opens January 27
  • Registration closes February 19
  • $126 M / $150 NM

Spring Session: May 4 - June 20 (7 weeks)

  • Makeup week June 22
  • Closed on May 25
  • Registration opens April 6
  • Registration closes April 29
  • $126 M / $150 NM

Summer Session: July 6 - August 29 (8 weeks)

  • Makeup week August 31
  • Registration opens June 1
  • Registration closes July 1
  • $144 M / $170 NM

Fall Session 1: September 7 - October 17 (6 weeks)

  • Makeup week October 19
  • Closed on September 7
  • Registration opens July 29
  • Registration closes August 18
  • $126 M / $150 NM

Fall Session 2: October 19 - December 19 (8 weeks)

  • Makeup week December 21
  • Closed November 23-28
  • Registration opens September 21
  • Registration closes October 14
  • $144 M / $170 NM

Schedule

Monday/Wednesday

  • 4:00pm - 4:30pm Beginner A
  • 4:30pm - 5:00pm Beginner B
  • 5:00pm - 5:30pm Intermediate
  • 5:30pm - 6:15pm Stroke and Turn

** Lesson times are subject to change due to attendance

Pricing

See pricing above, listed under each session drop down.

Registration

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Meet the instructor

Amanda Hamel enjoys getting people comfortable in the water. Putting focus on safety and body movement. Her plan is to get anyone she can in the water. She enjoys teaching group, private, and semi-private lessons. Amanda is CPR and WSI certified.

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