Learn to swim in the newly renovated Natatorium

Children and adults of all ages can learn to swim in the newly renovated Natatorium that has seen 19 world records and hosted 13 Olympic trials.

Infant and Toddler Learn-To-Swim class is perfect for the little ones ages 6 months to 2 years old.  In that class you and your child will enjoy playing games, exploring in the water, and swimming together in our 85-Degree instructional pool.  The infant and toddler class is a great way to introduce your child to the water and begin the process of learning about water safety and swimming skills.

Preschool Learn-To-Swim class is for children ages 3 to 4 years old and is a perfect small group setting where your child will be in groups of three or four to begin working on water safety skills.  Your child will get comfortable being in and around the water, while at the same time learning about the dangers of water and the reasons they need to use caution when around water.

Child Learn-To-Swim class features Swim America’s famous 10 Level progressive program.  This program will teach your kids about goal setting and will give them a feeling of self-confidence as they advance from level one to ten, while learning all four competitive strokes along the way.   During the first class, your child will be evaluated to determine to which level they belong.  They are then placed in a group with kids of similar ability.  Instruction within each class is based on your child’s individual need.

Adult Learn-To-Swim class is perfect for anyone who missed the opportunity to learn how to swim as a child, or anyone over seventeen who just wants to improve on their current swimming ability.  Our highly trained instructors will explain the learning process of swimming at a level more suited for an adult audience and can tailor the program to meet the needs of each participant.

For more information about our swim lessons program or our club swim team visit https://iunat.iupui.edu/ or email [email protected] ​

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