Learn to Swim – School Holiday Programs

Learn to Swim – School Holiday Programs

**Book Now for October School Holiday Program**

The School Holiday Intensive Learn to Swim program is on this October, with a number of classes in all levels.  The program runs from 4th to the 8th of October and is $80.00 for the full program (5 x half hour sessions).

Swim Masterclass Workshops Available…

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

  • Monday: Freestyle
  • Tuesday: Backstroke
  • Wednesday: Breaststroke

The 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!

YMCA Adult Training & Performance Program (ATP)

YMCA Adult Training & Performance Program (ATP)

Clarence Aquatic Centre YMCA is proud to launch a new training program for adults swimmers that focuses more on athlete performance. The Adult Training & Performance (ATP) program provides opportunities for adults to plan, prepare and perform at their full potential. The program assists with individual stroke technique and efficiency and will better prepare you… Read more…

Adult Learn to Swim Program

Adult Learn to Swim Program

It’s not just kids working on their swimming techniques.  Many adults have been enjoying the benefits of regular swimming for fitness, mindfulness or to simply enjoy the feeling of swimming laps in the pool.  The YMCA Adult Swim Program caters for beginners to Intermediate level swimmers with the groups meeting on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at… 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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