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Going With the Flow: Understanding Swim Lesson Levels

When it comes to swim lessons, Artesia Aquatic Center offers a vast array of different levels. From beginner classes for those just starting out in the water to advanced courses for competitive swimmers, each type of lesson has its own purpose and benefit.

Our Level 1 beginner classes are the way to go for those just learning how to swim. These classes teach the basics such as floating, breathing properly in the water, and getting accustomed to aquatic environments. As your skills improve, you may progress through levels that involve more complex movements such as strokes and dives.

In addition to beginner-level classes, Level 2 intermediate lessons are available that focus on refining stroke techniques and building endurance. This is ideal for those who have already learned to swim but want to take their skill level up a notch or two.

If you’re looking to make swimming a competitive sport in your life, you will likely want to look into Level 3 advanced swimming lessons to provide structured training and enhanced technique instruction. Investing in this type of instruction will make you more proficient when competing in races and meets.

Finally, we offer special swimming lessons geared toward those with specific physical needs or limitations. People with physical disabilities may need a specialized program that takes into consideration their individual abilities and limitations when teaching them how to swim comfortably and safely.

No matter what your reason for wanting to learn how to swim is — whether it’s for fitness goals or personal enjoyment — understanding the different types of swimming lessons we offer can help you find ones that best fit your needs and desires.