Swimming Lessons

The ability to swim is beneficial for your child in many aspects. By encouraging your kids to swim often have interests for his/her safety, health and education.
Our in-house swimming lessons for kids are conducted on weekdays and weekends. Our certified coaches conduct lessons according to the national swimsafer syllabus and awards. Students are arranged based on competency for effective learning.
For example, newly enrolled students will join our beginners’ class. If your
child learns at a faster pace, we will advise and arrange another class
that best suits him/her.

kids swimming class

adult swimming class

Why enroll for

1. It’s essential to safety

According to the National Safe Kids Campaign, drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury-related death to children ages one through 14. It is absolutely crucial that all kids know how to swim at a young age. There is water all around us, even if it’s as small as a bathtub. Making sure that your child is comfortable in and around water is essential to their safety.

I’ve been swimming since I was three years old, and almost all of my teammates began just as early. Even if your child isn’t interested in competitive swimming, ensuring your child knows how to swim should be done as early as possible. Their interest in the actual sport is just an added benefit!

2. It’s a low-impact sport

Swimming is obviously low-impact, as it’s performed in water. According to Bucknell University, the body is 90 percent buoyant when in the water up to your neck, so you’re not hitting the ground with the weight you carry on land. Swimming is the ideal sport for the well being of one’s body in the long run.

Yes, anything in excess can cause your body to break down, so swimming injuries are common. But if you get a shoulder injury, you may still kick during practice to stay in shape. This isn’t so easy in other sports, where you often have to stop the sport all together because of the impact.

In swimming, you can often just rest the injured part of your body, and still use the healthy part of you in the pool. The most common swimming injuries are from overuse, showing that swimming is a generally very easy on one’s body as opposed to a critical injury such as a sprain or break from running or jumping.

Note: The lack of serious injuries from swimming does not include dryland training, where often clumsy and uncoordinated fish out of water (also known as swimmers) are more likely to injure themselves.

3. Focused Supervision

Swimming lessons should guarantee your kid’s safety in the water. Focused supervision is a very important water safety habit. Most of the kids who drown are not expected to be swimming at the time of the accident. Therefore, it is imperative to block access to a swimming pool during a non-swimming time.

Whether your kid is swimming in the ocean or pool, you should always be alert when they are in the water. Keep an eye and stay close to them all the time. Remember, kids, love to try dives, flips and all kinds of tricks in water. This makes it more dangerous to allow them to swim on their own.

4. Swimming is an incredible workout

The sport involves moving multiple muscle groups in a high-intensity, cardio workout. All four strokes involve working different muscle groups. Often times, children and adults take up swimming for weight loss. It burns calories quickly, and is easier for overweight people to pick up because it’s low-impact. According to Bucknell, swimming offers 12 to 14 percent more resistance training than life on land- offering an exceptionally challenging workout.

Aside from weight loss, introducing your child to swimming early on will promote a healthy life. Once he or she learns to swim, they may hop in a pool at any point in their life to get a low-risk, high-intensity workout.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, swimming can help with chronic diseases and mental health. Water-based exercising like swimming improves the use of joints affected by arthritis.

The CDC also states that “Parents of children with developmental disabilities find that recreational activities, such as swimming, improve family connections.” Swimming also releases endorphins, which aid in decreasing depression and improving moods.

5. The value of teamwork is learned along with individuality
Like any sport, the team atmosphere is the greatest aspect.

College athletes admit that post-graduation, they miss their team and the hours spent together while training and traveling. In an article I previously wrote, I stated the significance of using your teammates to help you get through the hardest times, because your friends on the team endure the same hard work that you do every day. From this shared experience, swimmers learn to support their teammates, which creates a positive atmosphere. This is a skill that can be carried throug life into the workplace and beyond.

But teamwork is learned in plenty of sports, so why is swimming special? The great thing about swimming is that there is also an individual aspect to it. In competitive swimming, you learn self-motivation and goal setting/reaching. Swimmers have their own personal set of times for their events.

At each meet, competitive swimmers try to beat their personal best times, while at the same time swimming for their team as a whole. In high school and college swimming, the primary motivation is to earn points for your team so they can win the meet. I always swam on a club team in high school instead swimming for my school. So when I reached college swimming, I realized the gravity of teamwork and support, and I was able to push myself to a new level. Swimming packages teamwork and individuality into one sport.

Rate & Fees

SwimSafer Syllabus

stage 1 & 2

beginner stage: water confidence stage

Students will be imparted with knowledge on how to perform entering and exiting pool properly, personal survival skills and entering deep-end water safely.

Students will build their water confidence and floating
by participating in games that will be able to
effectively enhance this skills.
Upon building of water confidence, students will be learning how to swim forward and backward
for a short distance. Students will be taught on breaststroke at this stage.

stage 3 & 4

intermediate stage: fundamental water and stroke development skills

Students will learn to continuously swim at least 25 to 50 meters. In addition, students will be performing drills to perform freestyle and survival backstroke.

Development of general skills such as step in entry, sculling and usage of Personal Flotation Device(PFD) will be covered in the lesson plan.

stage 5 & 6

advance stage: water
survival and stroke

In this stage, most students are already able to swim short distances in all main strokes.

Students will learn further distance swimming and survival strokes while coordinating breathing in deep water of up to 400 meters.While building up strength and stamina, they will learn to swim faster within timing and with efficient use of strokes.

Adults Swimming Class

Swimming is an ideal way

to keep yourself physically and mentally fit for everyone of all ages. Swimming is a lifelong sport and entertainment which will bring health benefits to you for a lifetime

We understand that our adult students are busy with their work and family life. We also provide FREE matching service for group or private swimming lessons to accommodate your schedule.
If you prefer swimming lessons to be conducted at another swimming complex or your own condominium’s pool, we will do our best to match a swimming instructor based on your preferences.

Upon finding a suitable instructor that suits your preferences, you will receive the contact details of the coach and he/she will update you with the lesson details.



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