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Course Catalog > HEALTHY BODY & MIND > Swimming Offered by Miracle Swimming School for Adults

Essentials of Learning to Swim for Adults (small class size)   

Adult swimming lessons where all students learn at their own pace and begin to conquer fear of water with a system that cannot fail. Most people could learn to swim if they were comfortable and confident doing three things: putting their face in water, floating, and standing up from a float. Take a class where these skills are taught. You'll learn in a way that makes them easy and fun! From there, all else can be learned with joy and curiosity. "If it's not fun, we won't do it."

The pool is heated to 88 degrees.
*This class is for first-time students and may not be repeated. Supply list: Wear a bathing suit under your clothes; bring a towel and flip-flops; bring goggles and swim cap if you have them. Apply sun block during  class. Meet at the pool location listed or call 941-921-6420.

Students are required to wear a mask during the dry-land parts of class, but are not required to wear one in the pool. Participants are more than 6 feet from each other and instructor.
Students learn by feeling safe at all times. This is accomplished partly by our original teaching system and partly by using float bars to learn to float. Each student gets one for class.   A tether keeps the student from drifting away from the bar if she/he is ready to let go.

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