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Kids Lessons at SwimLabs

We teach kids the correct way to swim so they’re safer, faster.

SwimLabs is a highly-successful, fun and innovative way for your child to learn to swim correctly, safely and quickly. We are often the place that “works” when other lessons haven’t.

We believe learning to swim should be fun, not intimidating.

Our small, warm water pools help children discover confidence and joy in the water without the fears and distractions that can come with large, crowded swim classes. Our highly-trained instructors can stay focused on your child throughout the lesson and your child can stay focused on the joy of learning to swim.

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Kids learn best by seeing, so that’s exactly how we teach them to swim.

We use innovative technology including instant video feedback and mirrors on the bottom of the pool to help even the youngest new swimmers learn the correct technique, apply what they learn instantly, and quickly gain the skills they need to be safer in the water. This is the same technology Olympic swimmers use to train, yet it is also the perfect way for toddlers to get in the swim of things. Our technology helps us teach kids the most correct methods of swimming, making them safer and giving them a stronger foundation to continue to improve and excel in swimming as they grow.

Fun and welcoming for parents, too.

As a parent, you’ll enjoy the fun and the advantage of getting to see your child’s learning take place right before your eyes on our video screen. 

Safer swimmers start in the Lab.

Learning to love and respect the water is an important step for your child and your family and we are proud to offer the absolute best way to learn to swim quickly and correctly.


PRIVATE LESSONS

At SwimLabs we offer private, semi-private, three-person private, and four-person private lessons for children.  The private and semi-private swimming lessons are structured to advance through the SwimLabs progression at an accelerated rate based on your child’s abilities.  We use all the tools, videos, mirrors, and swimming aids to create the perfect one-on-one or two-on-one learning environment. 

Our three-person and four-person private lessons are ideal for families with multiple children and busy schedules. These private lessons offer flexible scheduling and the opportunity to request the same instructor for every lesson. For families with multiple children, our instructors are successfully able to work with different ages and abilities during these lessons.


GROUP LESSONS

CLASS SIZE

In our group classes, we guarantee no more than 4 students in any class. This allows our instructors to effectively spend quality time with each student in the class, ensuring that everyone progresses evenly.

SKILLS TAUGHT

SwimLabs is a competitive swim school. This means that while we focus on ensuring that each and every student is “water safe”, we also ensure that all of our students know how to swim each of the four competitive strokes competently.

SCHEDULING

At SwimLabs we always have a rolling start date, meaning you can start your swimmer at any point. We schedule group lessons in increments of four weeks with a consistent day and time. Because our group lessons are in such high demand, we recommend signing up for Auto Pay, which reserves your child’s spot indefinitely until you notify us otherwise.

CLASS LEVELS

  • ParentTot 1: Parent and child work together to develop the foundational skills crucial for learning to swim and promote safety in the water. (Ages 6-18 months; with parent)
  • ParentTot 2: Parent and child work together to develop the beginning swimming skills crucial for learning strokes and promote safety in the water. (Ages 1.5-3 years; with parent)
  • Toddler Transition 1: Class focuses on fundamental swimming and safety skills while learning how to safely be a part of a group class. Parents may stay poolside for safety purposes to ensure the child is following class rules. (Ages 2-3 years; parent poolside
  • Toddler Transition 2:  Class focuses on fundamental swimming and safety skills while learning how to safely be a part of a group class. In this class, swimmers must be completely independent of the parent. (Ages 2-3 years
  • Beginner 1: Swimmers learn the basic safety skills, blowing bubbles through the mouth and nose, front and back float, as well as the beginning arm and kicking movements for freestyle. For students with no prior swimming experience, or are scared of the water. (Ages 3+ years)
  • Beginner 2: Swimmers develop basic freestyle and independent backstroke skills, and build on water safety. For beginner swimmers who have had prior swimming experience and are comfortable in the water. (Ages 3+ years)
  • Beginner 3: Swimmers begin to learn freestyle side breathing with assistance, develop backstroke technique, and build on water safety skills. (Ages 3+ years)
  • Intermediate 1: Swimmers learn independent freestyle side breathing, develop backstroke technique, and are introduced to breaststroke beginning with the kick. (Ages - based on swim ability)
  • Intermediate 2: Swimmers continue developing freestyle and backstroke technique and endurance, learn the complete breaststroke by adding arm and breathing skills, and introduced to butterfly beginning with the kick. (Ages - based on swim ability)
  • Intermediate 3: Swimmers will accomplish learning butterfly by adding the arm pattern, proper timing and breath control, and continue to refine technique and build endurance for all four strokes. (Ages - based on swim ability)
  • Advanced 1: Swimmers focus on improving technique and gaining endurance and develop competition skills such as starts, turns, and streamlining. (Ages - based on swim ability)
  • Advanced 2: Swimmers focus on improving endurance and refining race techniques including breakouts, finishes, and IM turns. (Ages - based on swim ability)

*Check with your local SwimLabs for additional class levels based on demand.


SWIMJAMS  

SwimJams are four consecutive days of swim lessons designed to function both as an introduction to SwimLabs and our specialized swimming progression, and as a way for beginner swimmers to continue building their swimming technique. This program is a great refresher, jump start, or “camp” for swimmers that is offered during the summer and holiday breaks.

Similar to our group classes, we guarantee no more than four students in any class. This allows our instructors to effectively spend quality time with each student in the class, ensuring that everyone progresses evenly. In our SwimJams, students are broken into classes that ensure approximately similar age and skill level among participants.

*Visit your local SwimLabs location's registration page to sign up for SwimJams.


TEAMPREP

TeamPrep intensely focuses on all four strokes for age group swimmers. We offer two different programs: one for freestyle and backstroke, and one for breaststroke and butterfly. This is a four day program that includes video analysis. Classes are 45-minutes with a 3:1 ratio. Swimmers must be 7 to 12 years old, have swim team experience, and must know all the strokes proficiently.

*Visit your local SwimLabs location's registration page to sign up for TeamPrep.


SPECIAL NEEDS

SwimLabs has developed two unique programs specifically tailored to teaching clients with special needs. All of our instructors go through specific SwimLabs training for teaching clients with special needs how to swim or to aid them in their therapy.  Please contact your local SwimLabs for any inquiries about the program.

Learn-to-Swim Special Needs Program

The Learn-to-Swim program is for individuals with the goal of pool safety and learning the strokes.

Special Needs Therapy Program

The Therapy program is for individuals with the goal of loosening muscles, building muscle tone, neurological stimulation, relaxation, etc.


100 Stroke Club

As a test of water safety, endurance, and proper stroke technique, SwimLabs introduces the 100 Stroke Club. At SwimLabs, we strive to get every swimmer to swim 100 consecutive strokes for at least one of the four competitive strokes. For many young swimmers, 100 strokes will allow them to swim several laps in a standard pool. Can’t swim 100 strokes? Don’t worry, swimmers progress as they learn and practice; 25 strokes today, 50 next month, and then 100!