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  • Covid-19 Updates

    • March 12, 2020

    In relation to Covid-19 pandemic iSwim Academy have decided to postpone all swimming lessons from tomorrow- 13th of March until further notice.

    Due to our Term& Condition iSwim Academy is obliged to conduct these activities on a different date.

    We will continue to monitor the situation, taking advice from the Gouverment and Swim Ireland.

    Please reduce social interactions as much as possible and continue to follow the guidelines issued by the HSE.

    We will keep you update about any changes and reopening our places.

    Stay safe!

    Yours sincerely,

    iSwim Team.

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  • COVID-19

    • March 11, 2020

    Please note that our swim lessons continue as normal.

    After consulting the current situations with our partners, we are putting additional measures in place.

    As usual If you or your child are unwell or have any 🤧flu like symptoms please in the interests of others do not attend class.

    Please remember to wear blu shoe covers or bring your own flip flops.

    There are extra sanitizers all over the our places.

    Keep eye on our Facebook page or our website 

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  • How much time do you need to learn to swim?

    • March 10, 2020

    Certainly, more than once, when looking for a swimming course for yourself or your child, one question kept coming: “How long does it take to learn to swim?”. Today, we explain what the effectiveness of swimming lessons depends on and why not everyone can master swimming techniques in the same amount of time.

    Although some feel in the water “like a fish”, no one is born with the ability to swim. The body movements of professional swimmers only seem natural and easy to repeat. In fact, they are very precise and made according to a strictly defined style. Observing the success achieved in swimming by...

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