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For Youth Development
For Healthy Living
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Welcome to Southlake Family Y Aquatics!

swimmerThe goal of the Southlake YMCA’s Aquatics Department is to provide a positive aquatic experience. We help build self-esteem through accomplishments, develop an awareness of safety through the practice of skills, and instill the core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. All of the programs are progressive, building upon basic skills and progressing toward mastery of techniques, and eventually toward other aspects of aquatics and the potential for lifelong involvements in Aquatic Programs. Please register early. All classes fill up quickly and have an enrollment limit. Full payment is required at the time of registration.

We offer lap swim, open swim, swim lessons and a variety of aqua exercise. Review the current pool schedule.

Swim Lessons

YMCA swim classes focus on developing coordination, endurance, and self-confidence in swimmers of all ages. Classes will include flotation devices as needed and be conducted by a YMCA trained instructor. Parents are permitted to stay on deck and observe lessons on the first and last day of each session. During the remainder of the session, parents are asked to wait in the lobby so that the children may give their full attention to the instructor.

Our classes include:

  • Parent/Child Interactive I
  • Parent/Child Interactive II
  • Preschool Swim Lessons
  • Progressive Lessons
  • Stroke Mechanics
  • Teen/Adult Beginner Lessons
  • Private Swim Lessons
  • NEW Private Special Needs Swim Lessons
    • This program is designed to provide an educational and safe environment for children with developmental differences. Water exercise has these benefits: improves flexibility, coordination, range of motion and regulation of breathing; strengthens, tones, and stretches the muscles without hurting vulnerable joints; low impact because it works with buoyancy, not gravity as on land; increases the child’s self-esteem because he/she is able to forget about his/her limitations while learning new behaviors, skills and learning excellent sensory play. The goals of the program is to increase the child’s self-esteem, strength, coordination and swim skills.

Boy Scout Water Safety

Need to work on water safety badges? Want to learn water safety? Scouts is available by appointment only and advanced registration is required.

Aqua Fitness Classes: FREE FOR MEMBERS!

The pool is a great place to exercise! From classes focused on helping relieve arthritis to high-intensity workouts, our aqua exercise has something for everyone. 

  • Aqua Fitness
  • Aqua Stretch & Strength
  • Joyful Joints
  • Arthritis YMCA Aquatic Program
  • Deep Water Class
  • Deep Water Tabata
  • Prenatal Class
  • Water Tabata
  • TGIF Aqua Fitness
  • Anchor Down!
  • Adult Beginner Swim Lessons

American Red Cross Lifeguard Training

American Red Cross Lifeguard Training program teacher the skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. Students must be 15 years old and able to pass a 300 yard swim test prior to registration (freestyle and backstroke). For more information and to schedule your swim test, please contact Pam Kaiser, Aquatics Director.

  • TBD  4-8:00pm, $250

Questions about our Aquatics programs? Contact Pam Kaiser.

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