For those of you who have been keeping up with us on Facebook, you already know that I have suddenly and unexpectedly moved. We will not be returning to Utah so I have been trying in vain to find a suitable buyer for my business who I feel would meet your expectations and provide you with superior coaching services.
You may have butterflies in your tummy when thinking about your first day in swim lessons, but no worries. We are excited to have you in lessons and we will have a great time! Here are some ways to prepare for your first day in swim lessons.
When I was five, I walked into the family room where my dad was watching the movie Jaws. I saw the great white shark eat several people and was scarred for life. I would not get in the bathtub or the shower and I would not go anywhere near any body of water because I knew that there was a shark waiting to eat a little girl.
Group swim lessons are a great way to learn to swim. Together with friends, kids can learn the skills needed to swim with confidence and allow you as parents to relax during summer swimming at the pool. Group lessons also help the more timid students to build off of other’s confidence.
Because of how often we receive questions about infant swim, I have decided to design a list of the best ways to prepare and help your child get the most out of our infant swim program.
Hey everyone, we received an unfortunate phone call yesterday informing us that, effectively immediately, we are no longer allowed to use our main pool located in Provo. Fortunately, we’ve been able to arrange for other locations to cover all swim lessons. In fact, the new location in Orem will allow us to have more infant swim lessons than possible before (so there’s the silver lining).