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Private Swimming Coaches Come To Your Home Pool In Holmes Beach!

Do you want your child or yourself to be a stronger swimmer? Are you fed up with having to leave your house in rush hour to drive to group swim lessons? Florida Swim Company can help! We offer private and semi-private swim lessons in the comfort of your home pool. No matter what your goal is, a trained and certified Florida Swim Company instructor can get you there! Whether you’re an expert and need some help perfecting your stroke, or a novice that needs to learn the basics, Florida Swim Company makes it easy! Swim lessons are never boring because games and fun drills are added in so the student is engaged, while having FUN!

Swim Lessons Are Offered Every Day!

Yes, you read that correctly! Florida Swim Company provides swim lessons every week day. We even have instructors available on the weekends for your convince! We know that you are very busy and may be pressed for time, so we made the registration process as painless as possible. Just fill out the online registration and watch out for an email from Florida Swim Company! Once you decide on a schedule that works for you, you will be swimming in no time!

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Goggles…. Yay or Nay?

Source: Houston Swim Club

Should my child use goggles while in the water? Great question. Simply put, goggles are a personal preference! They are not needed to swim or learn to swim, but if a child has a hard time with water being in or on their face, it is advised that goggles are used to prevent them from getting upset. At a certain level in a child’s swim journey, it is advised that goggles are not used frequently as to not have the child rely on them to swim. Goggles are prohibited from certain activities and drills for safety reasons. If a child is swimming laps, goggles are required so they do not hit the wall or other swimmers.

In conclusion, the use of goggles is completely up to the swimmer. For some children, water on their face might be an unfamiliar sensation and scare them. In this case, it is okay to swim with goggles as to not create panic in the child. More advanced swimmers can swim without goggles leisurely, but when swimming laps, goggles are required for safety reasons.

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Private, at home swim lessons in are available throughout Manatee County cities including:

  • Anna Maria Island
  • Bradenton Beach
  • Palma Sola
  • West Bradenton
  • Samoset
  • Oneco
  • Bayshore Gardens
  • Whitfield
  • Memphis
  • Palmetto
  • Ellenton
  • Lakewood Ranch
  • Sarasota
  • Long Boat Key