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SPRING

Beginner and Intermediate Adult Swim Lessons

The adult beginner program is for swimmers who are just starting out on their swim journey. The class focuses on teaching basic swim foundational techniques to help swimmers feel safe and confident in the water. Instructors are prepared to adapt the curriculum to the needs of the learner and provide them with the flexibility to focus on the beginner skills they want to learn to achieve their personal swimming goals,   The adult intermediate class is geared towards swimmers who are already confident in the water and  focuses on teaching the three main strokes (freestyle, back crawl, and breaststroke).  Private lessons are also available for a tailored and personalized class.  Swimmers will work directly with their instructor and discuss their goals and a path to achieve those goals.

Thanks to the generosity of Freddie Shore, the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre is able to offer free swim and aquatic leadership classes to people of all ages. Through Mr. Shore's generous continued support, the MNjcc can extend its reach and continue its important work towards preventing unnecessary drowning tragedies. For more information about the Freddie Shore Learn to Swim subsidy, contact Wendy Moss at (416) 924-6211 x 6231 or wendym@mnjcc.org.

The application form is available on our Financial Accessibility page and can be emailed to wendym@mnjcc.org.

Please note that we will not be accepting applications by mail or in person.

FREDDIE SHORE LEARN TO SWIM SUBSIDY

SPRING

Stroke Improvement

The Adult Stroke Improvement course is designed to help swimmers with their stroke techniques through guided drills and isolating skills.  There is a focus on building strength, speed, and endurance, as well as a focus on improving stroke efficiency.  This is a great complimentary course for the SwimFit and the Master's program, or as a first step in your journey towards incorporating swimming into your fitness routine.  Swimmers must already have a strong foundation in Front and Back Crawl, and Breaststroke.  

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