Youth Swim Lessons
National YMCA Aquatics programs are designed to teach personal water safety, stroke development, water sports & games, rescue and personal growth skills to children. Our program is divided by age and by skill levels. Advancing to the next level is dependent on the child's completion of required skills. Children learn at their own pace. Session length does not guarantee that all children will advance to the next level. All instructors are trained to work with children. A minimum number of students must be registered for the class to take place. Early registration is encouraged.
PRESCHOOL, YOUTH and ADULT LESSONS
You're never too young or too old to learn how swim! Group swim lessons available for ages three through adult, and parent/child classes begin at six months. For more information on class times and skill levels, visit our online registration page!
PRIVATE LESSONS/Semi-Private Lessons
Ages 4 through adult. Receive six 30 or 45 -minute lessons per session. Contact Kate Woodward, Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or register at the Service Center today!
Private Swim Lesson form: Private lesson registration form.pdf
The YMCA offers a wide variety of water exercise classes for all fitness levels. Classes focus on cardiovascular endurance, muscle strength and toning, and flexibility. The YMCA even partners with the Arthritis Foundation to offer water classes for those with arthritis or joint problems. For more information on specific class descriptions and the days/times offered, visit our online registration page!
Summer I 2013 Session - June 3rd - July 14th (7 weeks)
Full Member begins - May 20, 2013
Program & Non-Member begins - May 27, 2013