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Questions and answers

  • How many participants are in the group?

    We achieve very good results because we approach each child individually. At the initial levels our groups consist of 6 people while the older children groups do not exceed 8 participants in the class.

  • Should I sign up for the full course or can I come to class when I want?

    In order to achieve appropriate results in learning systematic attendance is required.

  • What age is the best for child to start learning to swim?

    Getting used to water lessons can begin at 3 months of age as the baby remembers the reflexes of the fetal life that helps adaptation to the activity. At this age the baby in position on the tummy itself starts to keep the head up. However, proper swimming lessons begin at the age of 5 when the muscle structure allows performing appropriate exercises.

  • Does the instructor stay inside the swimming pool during classes?

    Children at the age of 4 are already big enough to be without a parent in the pool but with the instructor supervision. Thanks to this the learning process is much faster and the little swimmer is not afraid to stay in the deep pool.

    At the more advanced levels of training the instructor teaches while standing on the edge of the pool. This way instructor teaches more effectively and is able to see technical errors at advanced stages of training.

  • What should we take with us to the swimming pool?

    • Swimsuit
    • Pool slippers
    • Towel
    • Shower gel
    • Swimming goggles
    • Cap
  • Is water chlorinated and what is the water temperature?

    Nowadays, only chlorine provides microbiological purity of water. Additional systems like UV lamps or ozone are just add-ons. Thanks to it, the chlorine concentration may be slightly lower than at other swimming pools. However, it cannot exceed the lowest limits that are fixed by HSE/HPSC and other EU directives.

  • My child is afraid of water and does not like the feel of getting water on his face

    Not to worry, you can always go with him to the pool. Each child should be approached individually and not forced to do so. He will gradually get used to the water. The most important thing is to have fun and satisfaction.

  • How to go to the pool in winter and stay healthy?

    It is important to thoroughly dry your child and stay in the pool for example in the lobby for about 30 minutes after leaving the locker room. The air in the lungs is still warm and time is required to acclimatize to the colder and drier air than in the basin of the pool.

  • How about absences?

    According to the terms & conditions in the case of absence due to illness confirmed by medical certificate the cost of absent classes will be deducted from the next carnet.

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