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Children's Swimming Lessons for Beginners and Advanced Swimmers (4 to 10 years of age)

Sunny Maxi Swimmer I-V

Course allocation according to child's stage of development and child's skill level

Children want to explore their world and can not identify the dangers hidden in the things their parents forbid them to do. Thus, curiousness is the cause of many serious drowning accidents. This makes learning how to swim an important measure of self-rescue for this age group.

Children's swimming

Depending on their age and skill level, we address the children's needs. Beginners are being introduced to the element water through games and exercises. Thus, the positive aspects such as joy, courage but also respect outweigh everything else. Furthermore, it forms the basis for learning breast stroke. Learning breast stroke is the main goal in case of advanced swimmers. On the side, safety awareness and diving skills are being taught. Furthermore, content of the water fleas programme are being used for both beginners and advanced swimmers to further the development of their co-ordination skills.

Children's swimming lessons

Duration: Once per week for 8 weeks, each session lasts 50 min. Weekday and time by agreement.

up to 5 participants

EUR 89.00*

* price does not include admission to the Sonnentherme.
Reduced admission to the spa for all swimming lessons (0 to 99 years of age): EUR 4.50
Including fabric badge, certificate and a nice present at the end of the lessons

Dates: Individual, at any time by agreement.

Children's swimming - private lessons

Duration: 35 min. or 50 min.

1 child/lesson

2-5 children/lesson

Price 35 min:

EUR 28.00*

EUR 15.00*

Price 50 min:

EUR 35.00*

EUR 18.00*

* price does not include admission to the Sonnentherme

Dates: all year by agreement!

Further information and registration also at 0043 (0)2615/87171-1006 or swimacademy(AT)sonnentherme.at.

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