School Holiday Intensive Swim Programs

School Holiday Intensive Swim Programs

**Book Now for January School Holiday Intensive Programs**

The School Holiday Intensive Learn to Swim programs are on this January 2022 focusing on stroke foundations and development incorporating water safety, boat safety, and elements of the Bronze Star and Bronze Medallion.  The full program runs from 10th – 21st Jan.

10-Day Program – $144 (get 10 lessons for the price of 9)

10th – 21st January 2022

*Classes running every 30 mins from 9.00-12pm

5-Day Programs – $80

10th – 14th January 2022 (5 Day)
17th – 21st January 2022 (5 Day)

*Classes running every 30 mins from 9.00-12pm

 

Swim Stroke Workshops Available…

In addition to the Learn to Swim Intensive program, we are running a number of specialised stroke workshops that provide a great opportunity for those to refine individual techniques.

  • Freestyle: Tuesday 11th, 18th of Jan 2022
  • Backstroke: Wednesday 12th, 19th Jan 2022
  • Breaststroke: Thursday 13th, 20th of Jan 2022

The stroke workshops feature focused learning and are open to Intermediate and Advanced students (Salmon equivalent level or above).

For more information or to enrol in the School Holiday program or workshops, email swimschooltas@ymca.org.au or complete the enrolment form on this page.  Free swim assessments are also available if you are unsure which class is right for your child.  Complete the online form to reserve your place early!

 

Aqua-Play

Aqua-Play

Aqua Play is a fun and playful learning program for toddlers, aged 1-5 years (with an early childhood instructor) around shallow water. Aqua Play runs two mornings a week around the toddler pool area with lots of exciting and fun things for kiddies to play with. The aim of the program is for young children… Read more…

Skate Club Term 4 Program

Skate Club Term 4 Program

Term 4 – YMCA Skate Club at Kangaroo Bay Skate Park is on NOW. The Skate Club program is designed to progress kids through the beginner and intermediate stages of skateboarding in a safe and fun way. The curriculum has been planned to keep people engaged in the sport as they advance through each levels.… Read more…

The YMCA of Hobart acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal People as the Traditional Owners and ongoing custodians of lutruwita, Tasmania. We pay our respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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