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Swim4life Learn to Swim

Swim4life for children is a unique learn-to-swim programme for kids between the ages of 3 and 15. It’s a fun, educational and interactive model that assists children to progress rapidly through a motivational training approach. Setting incremental and realistic goals for each lesson offers rewards that in turn motivate them to progress to a higher level.
Instructors constantly provide feedback on the progress of your child and what they’ve been working on during their lessons.


Swim4life for Adults

The Swim4life for Adults programme aims to teach you how to swim the four recognised swimming strokes fluently. Most of our adult students opt for personal one-on-one lessons so that they can improve their swimming ability in much the same way as many adults improve their fitness workouts by using a personal trainer in the gym. This allows for the instructor to focus on your specific training needs. It also means that you can be yourself, openly expressing any concerns you have with your instructor, rather than being embarrassed about what others might think.Classes in pairs and small groups are also available if you would prefer to learn and train with others.  For our more experienced Masters swimmers we offer competitive stroke techniques as well as open water and triathlon skills.

Cost Starting from R450 for 45 min
Subjects Swimming Lessons
Ages 2-50
Experience : 10+ Years

Lesson Info

If you live in Cape Town and want to learn to swim or enhance your swimming skills, you’ve come to the right place. Since 1992, the Swim4life team have been training babies, toddlers, children and adults to enjoy a most rewarding and necessary life skill.

We offer beginner and baby swimming lessons in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town at a private residence as well as the Claremont Virgin Active where we train up to a competitive level. We too have a sister pool in Muizenberg.

Our instructors are all fully qualified and registered with Swim South Africa
as well as Western Province Aquatics.

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