Private Swim Lessons
An individualized approach to building and perfecting swim skills and water safety.
Join us in the pool to learn the basics or refine your stroke, practice your breathing, or elevate your turns!
Swimmers of the same skill level and same household membership may sign up for a semi-private swim lesson to practice and learn skills together.
Swim Instructors will be wearing face masks throughout the duration of swim lessons. Staff will also be disinfecting all touch points and equipment before every lesson.
Whether beginner or advanced, private lessons are a great option for all ages and abilities with a one-on-one personalized approach.
Please select the branch location where you would like to attend the private swim lesson to start the registration process.
Here's how we'll work together to keep you and fellow swimmers safe during your visit.
Please bring what you'll need from home, including towels and goggles. Instructional equipment will be limited to kick boards, kick sticks, and pull buoys and will be disinfected between users.
Please limit one family or individual to each aisle at a time and maintain at least 6 foot distance between you and others not in your household.
The path to the pool and procedure on the deck has changed to create one-way traffic and reduce touchpoints. If you're not sure about something, please ask a staff member!
There is nothing more important to us than the safety of you, our members, our staff, and our volunteers. Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), local health agencies, and public officials has been critical as we've updated our policies and planned for your return.
Swim Instructors will be wearing face shields throughout the duration of swim lessons. Staff will also be disinfecting all touch points and equipment before every lesson. Instructional equipment will be limited to kick boards, kick sticks, and pull buoys and will be disinfected between users.
Per the CDC, the virus cannot be transmitted through properly treated water. Our pool chemicals are always maintained within the required ranges set by the health department. Should our water ever go outside of that range, we do close down the pool until the water is safe to swim in again.
No, we are not allowing swim participants to wear masks in the water as it presents a safety hazard.
Private swim lessons are 30 minutes long.
Beginning with swim sessions in April 2022, we no longer require participants to be Y members. Y members do get member-only benefits including lower pricing and priority registration.
At this time, we are not able to sell private swim packages. You may register for more than one class per week or month, if you choose.
Students of the same swimming ability and same household membership may sign up for semi-private swim lessons.
During the registration process for the first swimmer, you will be asked if there is a second swimmer taking a lesson. Choose yes and then you will be asked to provide the name of the second swimmer.
Swimmers will have full access to locker rooms and/or family changing rooms. Please utilize whichever space best fits your family’s needs.
To limit our building capacity, we are limiting the number of guests on the deck to one parent or guardian per swim lesson student.
We've made it easier than ever to find member and account information with our new Support Center. Find instructions for managing your account, easy access to request forms, and a complete list of our policies all in one place.
On-demand exercise, classes taught on livestream, activities for the whole family, and much more are now available through the Y. Take a short video tour to learn more about engaging with the Y from home.
With a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, improving health and well-being, and supporting our neighbors, your membership will not just bring about meaningful change in yourself, but also in your community.