We have a range of adult certificates starting from Beginner Level – Advanced

Adult swimming  lessons are tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of adult learners, whether they are complete beginners or have some prior experience in the water.

Here are some key points about adult swimming lessons:

  1. Beginners and Non-Swimmers: Adult swimming lessons cater to individuals who have little to no swimming experience or feel uncomfortable in the water. These programs focus on building water confidence, learning basic swimming techniques, and developing essential skills such as floating, breathing techniques, and kicking.

  2. Stroke Improvement: Many adults who already know how to swim may want to refine their technique and improve their efficiency in the water. Advanced adult swimming lessons focus on stroke development, including proper body positioning, arm movements, leg kicks, and breathing techniques for various swimming strokes like freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly.

  3. Water Safety: Adult swimming lessons often emphasize water safety skills, such as understanding water conditions, recognizing potential dangers, and learning self-rescue techniques. These lessons teach adults how to be more comfortable and confident in different aquatic environments, such as pools, lakes, and oceans.

  4. Individualized Instruction: Adult swimming lessons usually provide individualized instruction to address specific needs and goals. Instructors may assess each participant's swimming abilities and tailor the lessons accordingly, providing personalized feedback and guidance to help them progress at their own pace.

  5. Overcoming Fear and Anxiety: Many adults have fears or anxieties related to water, which can be addressed in adult swimming lessons. Patient and experienced instructors create a safe and nurturing environment, gradually helping adults overcome their fears and build confidence in the water.

  6. Fitness and Recreation: Apart from learning to swim, adult swimming lessons can also serve as a form of exercise and recreation. Swimming is a low-impact activity that engages various muscle groups, improves cardiovascular fitness, and promotes overall well-being.

  7. Lifelong Skill: Learning to swim as an adult is a valuable skill that can enhance personal safety, open up opportunities for aquatic activities, and provide a lifelong source of enjoyment and fitness.

Adult swimming lessons can be offered in group, private or semi-private sessions. Group lessons offer the opportunity to learn alongside peers, fostering a supportive and social environment. Private lessons allow for more focused attention and customization to meet individual needs.


  • Adult classes are dependant on times being available.
  • We would prefer swimmers wear caps to assist with our aim for better quality water.
  • Wearing goggles will assist with better swimming but is not compulsory.