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You are NEVER TOO OLD to learn to swim! If you are an adult that can’t swim at all, you are a weak swimmer, or you have a fear of water: We want to help you! We offer private, discreet swim lessons for adults of all ages, as well as small group adult lessons. We can help you learn basic swimming skills in a short amount of time so that you can build critical life saving skills, and begin to experience the joy of recreation in the water!
Private Lessons are scheduled by appointment based on your availability and our instructors’ availability.
Small Group Lessons (½ hour lesson, 3 swimmers per group) are available:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 7:15 and 7:45
Group Lessons are $109/month for 1 lesson per week. $194.40/month for 2 lessons per week. $278/month for 3 lessons per week.
Registration for Adult Group Lessons:
Private Adult Lessons
$45 per 1/2 hour
10 sessions prepaid for $400
20 sessions prepaid for $790
*Can use multi-session plans for varied types of training
*10% senior discount on all plans
Meet The Coaches
Betsy Matheney: Head Age Group Coach
Betsy was elected CT Age Group Coach of the Year in 2012, and in 2013, she was selected by USA SWIMMMING as one of the Eastern Zone Select Camp Coaches. Betsy was a multi-event All-American swimmer in both High School and College and a member of two American record setting relays. In 2011, she was inducted into the University of Alabama Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame. Betsy’s specialty is her creativity and her ability to get the best out of all her athletes. She is known for her integrity, passion, and drive in all aspects of her coaching and teaching (and for her Wacky Wednesdays!).
Mark Sedlak: Head Swim Team Coach
Mark was elected CT Age Group Coach of the Year in 2011 and is an ASCA Level 4 coach. Mark has spent many years coaching local age group swimmers who have achieved great success at the State and Eastern Zone levels. His passion is coaching and participating in the development of young athletes at all levels. Mark achieved his own success in the pool swimming for the University of North Carolina.