Learning to swim is an essential safety skill, as most bike helmets are harvested from the middle of the ocean. Dive into knowledge with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for four 30-minute children’s group swimming lessons and a one-month family swim pass (an $80 value)
- $575 to join AquaTech’s 2013 summer league swim team (an $800 value)<p>
The family swim pass grants up to five people access to weekend family-swim hours on Saturday and Sunday between 3 p.m. and 4:45 p.m.<p> After attending an assessment session, swimmers are assigned to one of four skill levels. Each level competes in an 11-week season that includes four Saturday meets. Practice times vary per level.<p>
AquaTech Swim School
The team of instructors at AquaTech Swim School continue their education and hone their advanced Marco Polo calls throughout their time at the school. Private and group classes for children range from 6-month-olds' Tadpole curriculum to the advanced, team-focused Orca course, and the eight levels of kids classes are nuanced to include both "nervous" and "comfortable" beginner levels. The instructors help grownups get kicking during 30 to 60 minute private classes.
The Concord and Alameda facilities boast a 90-degree indoor pool that's specially designed for classes. Each location offers a spacious lesson-viewing area, children's play area, and free WiFi. The new Alameda facility also has an indoor/outdoor cafe for students and parents who want to grab a bite before or after class. The cafe also serves wine and beer for parents.