Swimmers go to great lengths to gain a competitive advantage, whether it's removing all their body hair or notching gills into their neck. Study hydrodynamics with this Groupon.
Choose from the Following Options
- $35 for four weeks of 30-minute small-group swim lessons for ages 3-12 (an $80 value)
- $48 for four 20-minute private swim lessons for ages 1–4 (a $120 value)
- $60 for four 30-minute private swim lessons for ages 5 and up (a $160 value)
Choose from the following locations:
- Golds Gym Whippany
- Drew University in Madison
- Jewish Community Center in Bridgewater
Instructors take on up to four students at a time in 30-minute group swim lessons, or provide protégés with one-on-one feedback on their individual strokes in lessons that last between 20 and 30 minutes. Group lessons are valid for all ages, 20-minute private lessons for ages 1–4, and 30-minute private lessons for ages 5 and up. Instructors only hold Bridgewater classes on Saturday, see schedules for Whippany, Drew University, and Bridgewater.
Starfish Aquatic Club
Starfish Aquatic Club doesn't exist within a single building; rather, it connects a network of pools and veteran instructors with students aged 6 months and older for lessons that develop and hone vital swimming skills. Instruction primarily occurs in private lessons for kids or adults, which feature one-on-one in-water instruction doled out in 20- to 30-minute chunks. Instructors also schedule small-group lessons for kids, focusing on general technique progression with no more than four students at once. Their parent-child class gives caregivers the opportunity to splash around with kids, though all other lessons prohibit moms and dads from being in the pool at the same time to avoid distracting the youths with retro swimwear. Typically, full sessions take place once a week for four weeks. Instructors also hold pay-as-you-go lessons for those who only want a couple of days of instruction.