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Masters Swim

Morning Sessions
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 6am-7am

Evening Sessions
Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 5:30pm-6:30pm

$25 Members per month
$35 Non-Members per month

A great way to train for personal fitness, swim competitions, and triathlons. Stroke development will be analyzed and competitive skills developed. This class is for 19 years and older. Must have basic knowledge of all four strokes.

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Private and Semi-Private Swim Lessons

Private Swim Lessons
(30 minutes)
1 Lesson- $25 mem/ $40 non-mem
3 Lessons- $70 mem/ $115 non-mem
6 Lessons- $135 mem/ $225 non-mem
9 Lessons- $195 mem/ $330 non-mem
12 Lessons-$240 mem/ $420 non-mem

Semi-Private Lessons
(30 minutes)
Price includes all children in the Semi-Private Lesson
1 Lesson - $35 mem/ $50 non-mem
3 Lessons- $100 mem/ $145 non-mem
6 Lessons - $195 mem/ $285 non-mem
9 Lessons - $285 mem/ $420 non-mem
12 Lessons - $360 mem/ $540 non-mem

YOU WILL BE CONTACTED BY ONE OF OUR INSTRUCTORS 5-7 WORKING DAYS AFTER WE RECEIVE YOUR REGISTRATION.

Our instructors will help you learn to swim and develop your swim stroke. Private lessons are for 30 minutes and are open to all ages and abilities. Semi-Private lessons are for 2 or more swimmers with similar skill levels. After we have received your online registration, one of our instructors will call you to set up an appointment.

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Aquaerobics

MON/WED/FRI/SAT, 9am-10am
TUE 5:30pm-6:30pm
FREE FOR MEMBERS

Ends 10/29

Aquaerobics is an enjoyable way to exercise while toning and trimming. Rhythmic water exercises are a wonderful way to keep in shape. This hour-long class takes place in the shallow end of the competition pool, which serves as an added resistance force.

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