Happy 1st Anniversary to JMSS
Cost: $90/month for one 30-minute class/week
Getting babies in the water early and often is an important part of swimming. They can gain comfort, increase breath control, practice floating independently, and learn basic water safety skills all with you by their side. A great way for parents and children to bond, our group baby classes make swimming with your little one fun!
This is a semi-private swim class where the students will focus on being independent in the water while learning basic safety skills on their own. Beginning swimming techniques, as well as back floating and rollovers, will be taught.
This is a group swim lesson for beginners who are three to four years of age. The primary focus of this swim class is comfort in the water with respect for water safety.
This group swim lesson is for intermediate level swimmers who are three to four years of age and feel comfortable under the water. The focus of this swim class is to streamline, review comfort and water safety, build confidence and endurance in the freestyle and backstroke, doggie digs, and breath control for rollover breathing.
3 to 5 year old group lesson that focuses on fundamental freestyle and build on safety skills.
3-5 year-old advanced group lesson for those who have mastered rollover breathing and fundamental side breathing. Will focus on perfecting freestyle and Olympic backstroke.
For students who have little or no exposure to the water – gradually adapt to submersion, floating and recovery
Introduction to freestyle breathing and arm stroke, streamline kicking and elementary backstroke.
Freestyle side breathing and arm stroked – develop the kick front and back – introduce circle swimming.
Backstroke technique with attention to body position – arm stroke and streamline kicking – increase freestyle endurance.
The breaststroke kick and arms come together for a smooth, efficient stroke – safety and swimming endurance increases.
Butterfly arms with dolphin kick to provide an efficient Butterfly stroke – Freestyle and Backstroke refinements.
Stroke technique improvements on each competitive stroke plus turns and push-offs – endurance continues to build.
MAY 29 – JULY 9, 2018
Coaches work from the deck and in the water with the swimmers Competitive Swim Team
Get more info on our USA Swim Team page.
Kicking & Breathing Basics