Swim Lessons

Tanna Akkerman
Swim Lesson Lead
swimlessons@ymcaatacrc.org


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MAX COST PER SESSION, 6 CLASSES PER SESSION
PARENT/CHILD
$60 YMCA Member, $90 Community Member
PRESCHOOL
$60 YMCA Member, $80 Community Member
SCHOOL AGE LEVEL 1-6 –
$78 YMCA Member, $100 Community Member
ADULT (email us)
PRIVATE
$120 YMCA Member, $150 Community Member
SEMI-PRIVATE –
$90 YMCA Member, $120 Community Member (price is per swimmer, max 2 swimmers)

SESSION DATES
February 28 – April 11
April 18 – May 30
June 6 – July 11 – Registration opening soon!
July 18 – August 22
September 12 – October 24
October 31 – December 12


Swim Starters/Parent Child: 
Introduction to an aquatic environment organized in two stages: water discovery & water exploration. Introduction to an aquatic environment organized in two stages: water discovery & water exploration. This class focuses on proper body positioning, blowing bubbles, and fundamental safety and aquatic skills. Parents will learn proper holding techniques to encourage the students to move freely while maintaining natural swimming position.   

Preschool classes: 
Students will learn safe water habits through guided under water exploration and assisted basic water skills. By the end of the session, Students will have the basic swimming skills by completing two exit skills: Swim, Float, Swim and Jump, Push, Turn, Grab with assistance.   

Swim Basics/Level 1,2,3:  
Students will further their swimming competency, by refining the skills taught in Preschool classes (Swim, Float, Swim and Jump, Push, turn, grab) Skills must be done independently to advance through the swimming program.    

Swim Strokes/Level 4,5,6: 
After students have mastered the basic aquatic fundamentals, Students will continue to refine techniques on all major completive strokes. Students will be introduced to water safety skills such as treading water and will also be taught basic competitive swimming skills (Dives, Flip turns, Etc.)    


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