Swim lessons at the Y focus on learning vital water safety skills and stroke development through a progressive swim lesson curriculum. Swimmers develop self-esteem while creating positive experiences that last a lifetime.

 

  • 1:1 or 1:2 instruction limiting contact with others
  • Instructors wear face shields
  • Pool area disinfected before & after your lesson
  • Flexible scheduling with personalized goals

 

Private & Semi Private Lessons

A Y certified Swim Instructor could be just what you or your child needs to become comfortable in the water. Private lessons are designed to fit your specific goals and offer the flexibility that a busy schedule needs. Receive 1:1 instruction or bring a swim partner for 1:2 instruction.

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Swim Lessons Modified for Safety

The safety of our swim lesson families is our number one priority. We are following guidance from the CDC, public health officials and the St. Louis Medicine COVID-19 task force to ensure that our children can participate in aquatic programs modified for their safety. A few modifications are lessons scheduled not to overlap, equipment disinfected with EPA certified product between each use, and instructors wear face shields. 

 

Browse Private Lesson Options Below

  • Designed for 1:1 instruction
  • Age: 3+ years
  • Class length: 30-60 minutes

Group lessons aren't for everyone. Work one-on-one with a swim instructor to meet your swimming goals. Contact your branch Aquatics Director for more information, pricing, or to schedule your lesson today!

  • Designed for 2:1 instruction
  • Age: 3+ years
  • Class length: 30-60 minutes
  • Qualification: Participants must register as a pair.

Bring a swimming partner and work two-on-one with an instructor for focused attention on your swimming goals and needs. Contact your branch Aquatics Director for more information, pricing, or to schedule your lesson today!

Group Lessons Start August 31

Swim lessons at the Y focus on learning vital water safety skills and stroke development through a progressive swim lesson curriculum. Swimmers develop self-esteem while creating positive experiences that last a lifetime.