Adult Swimming lessons; from Beginners to Advanced Level
These days more and more adults would like to take up swimming lessons for different reasons. Some may never have learnt how to swim properly when they were kids or some just seek professional advise to polish and perfect their strokes. Whatever your reason could be, it’s never too late to learn or improve your swimming skills.
If you are starting from complete scratch and unsure about water, we have a history of helping adults with an old water-phobia and teaching them to be comfortable and relax in water and swim.
If you are not fearful of water, we can still help you with the following:
- If you know how to swim but not sure about swimming in the deep end of a swimming pool and can get panic when water goes over your head. The reason for getting panic or not trusting yourself to swim in the deep-end is because you lack water confidence. We can definitely help you with getting over your fear of the deep-end and swimming outside of your comfort zone.
- If are not a beginner and can swim O.K but get tired very quickly and cannot swim continuously, it is very likely that you don’t know how to breathe correctly during swimming. If your swimming consists of many ‘start-swim-stop-start again’ patches, we can help you with brining consistency to your swimming by learning the correct breathing technique.
- If you are a good swimmer but can only swim with one stroke. Many adults in the U.K can swim breaststroke only but, want to learn a new stroke or their technique- we can help with that.
- With popularity of triathlon on the rise, many adults participate in triathlon events throughout the year. If you like to improve your front crawl technique for a triathlon event, we have experts swim coaches who can help you.
For adults, you can choose between one-to-one and semi-private lessons. The option of semi-private can be only offered if you would like to share your lessons with a friend or a family member.
More about Private & Semi-Private Swimming Lessons
Other Ages and Swimming Abilities