CLASS TYPE: Anxious Beginners
AGE: Adult
CLASS SIZE: 2
DURATION: 1-hour / 10 Weeks


CLASS DESCRIPTION:

This class teaches adults to embrace the water and find comfort in its surrounds. Our coaches use hands-on methods to guide students to understand the properties of water in order to move smoothly and confidently through it. Through guided discovery exercises our coaches will introduce relaxed breathing techniques and basic balance positions. Sculling, treading, kicking, and basic safety measures are also taught. The instructor remains in the water with the students at all times.

PREREQUISITES: 

  • Beginner swimmer with no prior experience
  • Fear & anxiety around water
  • Does not like to put face underwater
  • Uncomfortable in deep water

PRIMARY FOCUS: COMFORT

  • Guided discovery drills to examine & overcome fears
  • Relaxed breathing techniques in and under the water
  • Introduction to basic balancing positions and self-propulsion techniques
  • Effortless front & back kick and glides

PRICE: $579
* 10-Week Course / Group Class Policies

PRIVATE LESSON OPTION

If our posted group class schedule doesn't work for you, you can always BOOK A PRIVATE LESSON and get started right away with a coach, location and time that is right for you.

I’ve had nothing but an amazing experience in my adult Square One classes. I came into my classes with a massive fear of water, and was unable to do even the simplest of things, such as put my head underwater or float. Within three months, I’ve learned to tread water, swim the length of the pool, and feel much more confident in my ability to float or resort to techniques to keep myself safe in the water. As an adult I was nervous to register for classes and unsure of what to expect, but Coach Beth has been incredibly patient and resourceful with her approach to making me feel comfortable in the water. I would endlessly recommend the classes, as they gave me the little boost forward I needed to feel comfortable in the water and to push me to want to do swimming regularly.
— Ashley L.