Feeling conscious about not being able to swim? Private swimming lessons are always the best option to overcome your fear.
Regardless of whether or not you feel bad about being unable to swim, the key to overcoming such a state of mind is realizing that it’s an activity that can be learned very easily and, most importantly, with minimum effort. Private swimming lessons are always the best option in such cases, and Zodiac Swim School offers four very compelling reasons why you’re never too old to learn how to swim. These reasons are embodied in the four different courses and levels available at Zodiac.
1. Adult Swim Basics 1
This is a form of swim lessons that don’t require any previous swimming experience, as you’ll learn everything you need from the start. It offers insight into water safety and swimming skills in a completely safe and highly enjoyable environment. It was specifically designed to both increase any existing comfort in the water or develop it from scratch through exercises like simple breathing skills, basic movement, and flotation. You’ll be taught back and front float, back and front glide with kick, shallow waters entries and exit, front swim for 10 metres, as well as assisted deep-water activities.
2. Adult Swim Basics 2
When it comes to taking swimming lessons, this course is one that does require some previous swimming experience. In fact, in order to enroll in this course, you must be able to comfortably perform a continuous 10-metre front swim. This course is focused on building confidence and establishing comfort in the deep water, as well as increasing the swimming distance, which is why it features instructions in front and back crawl. You’ll also learn to swim for a minimum of 25 metres, back swim with shoulder roll, treading water, stride dive and front dive, kneeling dive and sitting dive.
3. Adult Swim Strokes
This is yet another advanced course that requires participants to be comfortable in deep water and also be able to swim both back and front crawl at least 25 metres continuously. The course is, understandably, oriented towards swimmers who are ready to further improve and develop their strokes, which is to say, those that have mastered the basics of learning to swim. During this course, swimmers are introduced to sidestroke, elementary backstroke, and breaststroke, and must be able to swim a minimum of 25 metres of front crawl with side breathing.
4. Adult Swim Club
Lastly, this course requires participants to be able to swim 100 metres continuously and be able to perform front and back crawl as well as breaststroke for 50 metres. They must also have a level of fitness necessary to swim continuously and be comfortable in deep waters. The course is aimed at swimmers who have a working knowledge of breaststroke, sidestroke, elementary backstroke and a working knowledge of front and back crawl. The course was designed to focus on basic water safety, technical workouts and stroke improvement drills, making it an ideal culmination of a well-rounded and all-encompassing adult program at Zodiac Swim School.