Swimming lets kids experience the buoyancy formerly known only to bobbing apples and inflatable witches. Let your fledglings float with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for four swimming lessons in one month for one child (an $89 value)
- $69 for four swimming lessons in one month for two children (a $178 value)
- $99 for a two-hour children’s party for up to 15 guests (up to a $250 value)<p>
With a 4:1 student to instructor ratio, weekly 30-minute swimming lessons acclimate small groups of kids aged 6 months to 12 years to the water through individual attention from seasoned instructors. The lifeguard-supervised swim party offers up to 15 guests and supervising adults access to the pool for one hour of swimming time with water games before festivities continue inside a private party room for another hour. Parents may bring their own food and refreshments. Swim-U’s hours are 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. everyday, and classes can be scheduled around people’s personal schedules.
A 36-month-old strokes his arms through clear water as his mother gently holds him afloat with her hands. Over the past few swim sessions, the little student has learned to submerge his face in the water and float on his belly as well as his back. After he and his fellow swimmers finish their parent/baby swimester, it's likely they may never experience the fear of swimming that many children begin to encounter around age 3. This type of insight into the developmental importance of swimming is what informs the instruction at Swim-U, Leesburg's child-oriented swimming school. The school's curriculum opens its lessons to newborns as young as 6 months old and to kids up to age 12 to instill water skills and the joys of fitness swimming from a young age. The Swim-U team comprises upbeat swimming professors who are the brains behind the company's special brand of instruction in swimming, as well as in child CPR and first-aid training and dunk-tank pitching.
79% of 351 customers recommend
“They were all very nice, my daughter loved it and is looking forward to returning for her lessons.”
“They were great to us but now they're closed”