"How long will it take to learn to swim?"
We recommend you plan on swimming for at least a year. Frequency and consistency are key, so we've found the best results come when lessons become a priority. If you have a lot going on, remember that every little bit helps. If you're able to swim more than once per week, the learning curve is much faster!
How long are lessons/classes?
We schedule our lessons/classes in 25-minute intervals.
They meet once/week and continue all year-long.
How much notice do I need to give to unenroll?
We require 30 days notice to remove your swimmer from classes.
Does swimming cause ear infections?
There are two types of ear infections:
Outer Ear Infection (Swimmer's Ear)
This can occur there is water left in the ear canal from a pool, bath, lake, river, ocean, etc... The liquid in the ear can allow bacteria to grow and potentially cause an infection. Swimmer's Ear can be prevented with ear drops available at any pharmacy. The drops contain alcohol or boric acid and speed the evaporation of water in the ear canal.
Inner Ear Infection
Studies show no link between this type of infection and swimming.
Will my child get sick by swimming through the winter?
We recommend drying off completely and wearing the proper winter clothing before exiting the facilities to prevent any strain on their immune system.
How does "Perpetual" enrollment work?
Perpetual enrollment functions exactly as it sounds. Your swimmer is continuously enrolled until you decide to remove them from their class. This takes all the stress We require 30 days notice to remove a swimmer from a class.
Do you close for inclement weather?
Lessons at our Jonesboro location have to step out of the water when there is lightning nearby. Lessons at our Midtown location continue during all inclement weather.
What will my child need on their first day?
We recommend you bring the following items with you:
One or two towels
If you child has not been accident-free for 6 months,
we require they wear a re-usable swim diaper.
No paper diapers allowed, sorry!
A pair of goggles.
If you don't already have goggles or a swim diaper (or aren't sure what to buy), they are available for purchase onsite. We will help you find the best fit. Goggles are $15.00 and Diapers are $10.00.
Do you offer trial classes?
Unfortunately, no. We will work with you to make sure your swimmer joins the right class with the right teacher, but it takes time to build rapport and earn trust between student and teacher.
What happens if we miss a class?
Unfortunately, we do not have make-up classes. Instead, we offer all of our swimmers to join regularly scheduled Practice Sessions if they miss a swim. These 25-minute sessions are FREE and open to all current clients.
"How much are your lessons/classes?"
Private lessons are the same regardless of age or skill level. Group class prices are based on the class size and duration. Click Let's Get Started at the top to get more details.
When should my child start swimming?
As soon as your child finishes their initial round of immunizations and your doctor gives you a clean bill of health, we recommend joining a baby swim class. The sooner you can return your baby to water, the better!
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