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  • What is the average class size for general adult swimming lessons?

    Our general adult swimming lessons typically have a maximum of 8 participants per class. This allows our instructors to provide personalised attention and ensure that each swimmer receives the guidance and support they need to progress.

  • Can adults with some swimming experience join these lessons to improve?

    Absolutely! Our adult swimming lessons are designed to cater to all levels, including adults with some swimming experience who are looking to enhance their skills. Whether you want to improve your stroke technique, learn new strokes, increase your endurance, or simply become more comfortable in the water, our lessons are a great way to achieve your goals.

    Our experienced instructors will assess your current ability and create a personalised plan to help you progress. We offer a variety of classes, including beginner and improver, so you can find the perfect fit for your needs.

  • How are the lessons structured for adults learning to swim?

    Here’s a general outline of how our lessons are structured:

    1. Assessment: We begin with a brief assessment to determine your current skill level and identify any specific areas you’d like to focus on.
    2. Water Acclimation and Safety: For beginners, we focus on building water confidence and teaching essential water safety skills, such as floating, treading water, and basic rescue techniques.
    3. Stroke Development: We introduce and practice different strokes, starting with the basics like freestyle and backstroke, and progressing to more advanced strokes like breaststroke and butterfly.
    4. Technique Refinement: For those with some experience, we focus on refining your stroke technique, improving efficiency, and building endurance.