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SwimLabs' Special Needs Swimming Lesson Types

Posted on Mar 5, 2019 6:33:29 PM by Heather Rodriguez in special needs swim lessons, in swmming lessons, in learning to swim, in SwimLabs, in did you know

At SwimLabs, we offer three types of lessons for swimmers with special needs: Learn to Swim Group Lessons, Learn to Swim Private Lessons, and Therapy Private Lessons.

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Swimmer Highlight: Oliver Learns to Swim!

Posted on Feb 21, 2019 6:21:50 PM by SwimLabs in Kids Swimming Lessons, in special needs swim lessons, in learning to swim, in Positive Impact, in Teaching Swim Lessons

Since the age of three, Oliver has found the water fascinating. Like many parents, Oliver’s Mom was determined to find the best resource for swim lessons. Seems like a relatively easy thing to do, but Oliver is not a neuro-typical kid. Oliver has autism, is non-verbal, and can be a bit aggressive.

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SwimLabs Celebrates MLK Day

Posted on Jan 21, 2019 6:28:16 PM by SwimLabs in Heroes, in Positive Impact

To celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we wanted to share a few of our favorite MLK quotes. 

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US Nationals on NBC 2019

Posted on Jan 15, 2019 3:50:00 PM by SwimLabs in Olympics, in olympian, in competitive swimming, in U.S. Swimming National Championships

Who is ready to see the best of the best?

NBC has announced their broadcast schedule for the 2019 Phillips 66 National Championships. In preparation for the Olympics next year we are in for a treat of eight major sporting events, including six national championships and two international competitions! 

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Triathlete Technique Training in Winter

Posted on Jan 11, 2019 2:43:03 PM by Laura Dravenstott in Swimming tips from an instructor, in training, in olympian, in triathlete

Happy New Year! We want to start off 2019 by bringing you an interview with Olympian Susan Williams on the importance of working on swim technique in the off-season. Susan is an elite coach at SwimLabs in Littleton, CO, and a triathlon coach at Endurance Multisport Coaching (Team EMC: www.teamemc.com). Susan competed in the second Olympic triathlon at the 2004 Olympic in Athens, and was the first U.S. triathlete to win an Olympic medal, taking the bronze. Susan also completed an IRONMAN in 2012, and has a Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering.

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