12th of April 2021 is a milestone date for swimming as all outdoor swimming activities could start. We are only three weeks away from the start of our Easter crash course swimming lessons on the first day of indoor pools re-opening.
There is a sense of relief as lockdown restrictions in England are easing and the next part of Step one starts. From Monday 29/03/2021, outdoor group activities for children can re-start and all outdoor swimming pools and lidos could re-open.
All adults and children club activities are permitted to start in outdoor pools from 29 March 2021.
12 April 2021 is the start of Step 2 of relaxation of lockdown restrictions and when indoor swimming pools can re-open.
From Monday 12 of April all swimming lessons for children can resume. Adult swim lessons can re-start in indoor pools from 12th of April but, only for 1:1. Group adult swim lessons and aqua aerobics can start 17th of May 2021.
Normal adult lane swimming can re-start on 29th of March in outdoor pools and indoor pools from 12th of April.
Our Easter crash course swimming lessons, also known as intensive swimming lessons, will start from 12th of April in Southfields.
We’ll start with one week of crash course swimming at Aspire centre in Southfields in southwest London. If you are interested in doing swimming lessons at a warm and super clean indoor pool, join our Easter crash course lessons. We offer 1:1 lessons to children and adults and semi-private lessons for children. Our crash course swim lessons will run in the morning at Aspire centre in Southfields (SW18 5JU).
Our crash swimming courses include 5 lessons. They run everyday from Monday to Friday from 12th to 16th April 2021. Our swimming lessons are in the morning.
We have lost almost 1 year of swimming. So, if you are looking for how to make up for all the lost swimming time, intensive swimming lessons are the answer. After 12 months of no swimming, there are no reasons to wait any longer.
What are the Advantages of Easter Intensive Swimming Lessons:
If you haven’t been to any swimming pools or swim lessons since the start of COVID-19 pandemic, it’s O.K to be particularly nervous about hygiene and safety in and around the pools when you attend swim lesson. This blog can explain how we follow the post COVID-19 guidelines to ensure the safety of our swimmers and staff.