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Swimming is a great way to stay in shape, improve general fitness and help de-stress! It offers full body workout, muscle lengthening and strengthening, and ensures a great sense of well bring and relaxation. Swimming is regarded as one of the best forms of exercise to improve health as you need to move your whole body against the resistance of the water.

Swimming is a good all-round activity as it:

  • Increases your  heart rate but also takes some of the impact stress off your body  - particularly important for recovering from an injury
  • Improves stamina, muscle strength and cardiovascular fitness
  • Helps control body weight and improves efficiency of the heart and lungs
  • Tones muscles and builds strength
  • Provides an all-over body workout, as nearly all of your muscles are used during swimming

What we offer
Our qualified instructors can provide swimming lessons for both adults and children on either a group or one-one basis. This can involve learning how to swim, improve stroke technique or improve general fitness.

Adults
It is never too late to learn to swim. We off one-one adult lessons for all abilities  supporting adults to learn the basic principles of swimming. Addressing the fear of water and installing confidence in our clients goes along way in becoming a adept swimmer

Adult Beginners
If you are new to the water or need to improve your confidence, our adult beginner sessions can help develop the skills required to enable stroke development and embark on a new life skill. Our team assess the needs of each individual participant and their confidence levels, and then plan individualised programmes accordingly. Addressing your fear of water and installing confidence in our clients is fundamental in becoming a competent swimmer

Adult Stroke Development
If you are confident in mid-depth water and are keen to develop new strokes or define specific aspects of particular strokes, out team will be able to offer appropriate practises and drills. For example: developing front crawl breathing, improving breast-stroke kick or learning to dive into deep water