Holiday Closure

Posted October 09, 2018

We will be closed after 12:15pm, Wednesday on Oct. 31st for the holiday.

Morning lessons will still be taking place. Tuition has been prorated to accommodate for this closure.

We hope everyone has a fun and safe holiday!

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Private Swimming Lessons

At Swimming Safari our goal is to offer lesson options that will meet the needs of every swimmer. Our Private lessons offer the same comprehensive curriculum found in the Group Classes, but in a more individualized setting. Private classes can be designed for swimmers of all ages and skill levels. To best accommodate these swimmers we ask that registration for all Private classes, be handled by speaking with a member of our office staff.

Private Lessons - Due to lack of availability PVT Lessons have been placed on hold until September.

Private lessons consist of one instructor and one student. In a Private lesson, the student gets dedicated, one-on-one attention. The individual child’s needs are able to be concentrated on. Drills can be customized to the skill level of the student. Discipline challenges can also be tailored to the student’s requirements, leading to a better learning environment for both student and instructor. The lesson can also meet the personal goals of the student and parents, from water orientation to safety skills to competition swimming skills.

Cost- (Billed Monthly)

1x per week: $288

2x per week: $547.20

Semi-Private Lessons

Presently we do not offer Semi-Private lessons.

Learn More or Enroll

Please contact us to enroll in a Private or Semi-Private classes. We handle Private registrations by phone to best accommodate your schedule.

My 5 year old son had his first class last Tuesday. He has global apraxia, SPD and extreme anxiety in new situations and had been telling me all morning that he didn't think he could do it. When we got there he clutched my hand with a death grip and wouldn't go with the nice girl at the front desk so I walked him into the pool area over to his instructor. I had to peel him off of me as he screamed "I want my mommyyyyyy!" And practically tossed him into the instructors arms, who took him like a pro. I didn't look back. This was the scenario I had envisioned, but he has to learn to swim. He loves the water and needs to be safe in it. I sat down and looked through the glass, expecting him to be collapsed on the sideline in a pool of tears, but to my surprise he was already smiling. He smiled and laughed through the whole class, swam back and forth and even jumped in and went under. He LOVED it and and my eyes were literally filled with tears of joy (and relief!) at seeing him so happy. Thank you to the front desk staff and the instructor (Kyle) for making our first experience with Swimming Safari a great one!

Molly