YOUTH SWIM LESSONS
Kids’ Swim Lessons are available for infants at 9 months up to teens. Our instructors provide a safe, fun learning environment for you children. Lessons run in 6 week sessions. We now offer a multiple session commitment discount. Check out all the class descriptions, dates, times, and prices on our brochure. Class space is limited! Please call (603) 838-6511 to enroll your child in swim lessons today!
ADULT SWIM LESSONS
Master’s Swim Group-Swim Free or Die
Mondays & Wednesdays 12:15-1:00 pm (Liquid Lunch)
Fridays 6:15 AM - 7:15 AM
Saturdays 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Swim Free or Die group is dedicated to helping all ability levels, from novice swimmers to highly competitive swimmers, triathletes, and open water swimmers. Our goal is to offer a program that suits all your goals whether you are a fitness swimmer, multi-sport athlete, or a competitive swimmer. We offer the latest in stroke technique advice to make your swimming experience more successful. Coaches are present on deck to organize practice and provide feedback. We combine fun and hard work in a team building atmosphere that produces long-term success. Swimmers have to be comfortable with their face in the water and be able to swim safely in the deep end.
Pre-registration is required, included in pool membership. non-member $10 drop in
30 minute lesson: $45.00
Block of 4 – 30 minute lessons: $149.00
Block of 10 – 30 minute lessons: $299.00
Swimming = the perfect exercise!
Joel Stager, Ph.D., director of the Councilman Center for the Science of Swimming at Indiana University at Bloomington, who has studied the effects of swimming for years says: “You can’t say the same for running or strength training.” And that makes swimming something you can do for your entire life—a major bonus because it can literally help you stay younger: “Our research shows that habitual swimmers are biologically up to 20 years younger than their actual age,” Stager says.
The data, which were presented at an American College of Sports Medicine Conference, revealed that a swimmer’s blood pressure, cholesterol levels, cardiovascular performance, central nervous system, and cognitive functioning are all comparable to someone far younger.