Swimming Lessons News
It’s never too late to learn how to swim. Register for an Adult Beginner swimming lesson this Spring to gear you up for a Summer in the water!
UREC is pleased to inform patrons that the Indoor Pool is anticipated to remain available for use through October 2015. Keep swimming!
UREC swim lessons are open to both UREC members and non-members. UREC members may register online here or register in person at the UREC Student Recreation Center Operations Desk.
Spring 2015 American Red Cross Adult Swim Courses Pricing: LSU student/UREC member • Non-member, registration begins January 13
|Adult||Session I||T/TH||2/24 – 3/19||6:00 – 7:00 p.m.||$60 • $100|
|Adult CANCELLED||Session II||T/TH||3/24 – 4/23||6:00 – 7:00 p.m.||$60 • $100|
Starfish (Parent & Me)
To familiarize young children (from ages 6 months to about 3 years) to the water and increase their comfort level. It is not designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water on their own. *Parent or other caregiver must accompany each child into the water and participate in each class. No prerequisite.
Seahorse (Aqua Tot)
To orient preschool-age children (3-4 yrs old) to the aquatic environment and to help them acquire rudimentary levels of basic aquatic skills. No prerequisite.
Clownfish is designed to teach children the basics of swimming, such as bobbing, floating, kicking, and simple arm movements.
Pufferfish is designed to build on the beginner skills in Clownfish. They will learn to coordinate their arms and legs and begin to learn other types of kicks.
Eagle Ray (Intermediate)
Eagle Rays will build on what the children learned in Clownfish. They will learn to coordinate their arms and legs and begin to learn elementary backstroke and basics of other strokes.
Tiger Shark (Advanced)
Tiger Sharks will build on the previous levels and improve their swimming skills. They will learn breaststroke, the basics of butterfly and be introduced to wall turns.
This program is for those who want to learn to swim or want to improve their current skills. Students are grouped by skill level and instruction is customized to meet individual needs and goals. Common goals of this class are: front and back floats and glides, kick development, alternating arm stroke, treading water, front crawl with side to side breathing, elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly.