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The average price of Swimming lessons is $36.
However, the price of lessons will depend on a number of factors:
91% of teachers also offer their first lesson for free.
With the help of a personal Swimming teacher you can learn Swimming quickly and in total confidence.
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Swimming is a fantastic low impact way to improve your fitness level and maintain good health and increase your overall wellbeing. You can learn how to swim at any age, however, for children growing up in Australia, it is important to have at least the basic skills you need to maintain your child's safety around water.
Whether you're looking for classes for your child, or for yourself, we have a great selection of swim coaches and teachers here at Superprof. With a variety of experience and expertise, you're sure to find the right swimming teacher for you here with us.
It is important for everyone living in Australia to have some awareness of water safety, especially when it comes to children. We're lucky to have many beautiful beaches and swim centres here in Australia, so why not invest in a swimming program to allow you to feel confident when you're in the water.
It's important to think about what you want to get out of your swimming lessons. Consider whether you are seeking classes to; improve your fitness, strengthen parts of your body, swim competitively or so you can feel safe at the beach in the open water.
Finding the right swim coach will take a small amount of planning, but remember your first lesson with one of our Superprof teachers is free! So you can try out a class and see if it works for you before worrying about the cost.
Group programs can be more affordable and are available for people of any age. It can also be a great way to connect with your local community and make use of your nearest aquatic and leisure centre.
Attending swimming classes at your local pool may also be a great way to stay in the loop for free community events and programs. If you find a swimming coach near you they will also probably know which aquatic and leisure centre has the best facilities.
If you're interested in local swimming group programs for your children, this can also lead your child to squad level swimming if they're interested in pursuing swimming as a sport.
Private classes is one of the most efficient ways to fast track your swimming skills if you're looking to learn the basics before a beachside getaway or hotel by the pool kind of holiday.
A swimming coach will be able to help you feel confident in the water, and know-how to swim in a way that keeps you fit and prioritises your leisure and safety all at the same time!
Private sessions are great for people of all ages as well, with just you and your tutor during the class it also means all of the attention is on you. You will be able to receive personalised feedback and target areas you need to work on.
You may be thinking "How do I learn to swim online if I'm not at a pool?", well it may be easier than you think! Online swim classes may look like your swimming teacher providing you with techniques and movements you can try out of the water.
They may also provide you with a program to follow, which you can do independently at your local pool or leisure centre. This could be practising treading water and staying afloat in the shallow end of the pool, or exercises you can do in the pool to strengthen certain muscles.
Learning about exercises you can do with your online swim coach can be cost-effective way to do swimming lessons. You won't have to factor in travel time to and from sessions and can head to your local pool at times which suit your schedule.
If you are an entry-level swimmer, it is a good idea to practice at your local swim centre. This is because nearly all local pools and aquatic centres have qualified lifeguards supervising everyone in the water.
Build your confidence by practising in the shallow end of the pool, and wait until your swim coach thinks you're ready to swim in deeper or open waters. Having the support of a swim coach will ensure you feel great in your new found swimming skills!
There are many benefits of learning how to swim, not only will you notice a difference in your endurance ability over time and general cardiovascular fitness but you'll also notice an improvement in your mental wellbeing.
Moving your body in water is one of the best ways to release stress and be kind to your body. Swimming is an excellent exercise choice if you're experiencing a recovery from an injury.
The resistance of water whilst swimming also means you have to use parts of your body you may otherwise not work out or strengthen. Swimming can help maintain a healthy weight for you and your body, whatever that may be.
Swimming doesn't have to be about being the fastest or most competitive, it can be one of the most inclusive ways to exercise and there are different exercises and techniques suited to everybody and every ability.
Summer is nearly always around the corner in Australia, with plenty of locations warm enough to swim all year round. Take control of your fitness and wellbeing and contact one of your swim coaches today!