YMCA AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS
THE NATIONS LEADER IN SWIM INSTRUCTION IS NOW AT
CRYSTAL SPRINGS FOR THE 2013 SUMMER SEASON.
|Attached to the schedule is a copy of the required Crystal Springs Waiver which must be completed to participate.|
|East Brunswick residents are not required to pay a YMCA membership in order to particpate.|
Basic skills are taught that are the building blocks of swimming. Pool safety and the use of personal floatation devices are also taught. Classes are taught by caring, YMCA instructors. Class participants are divided into skill levels and class size is such that the instructor can provide proper instruction.
SUMMER DATES AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS
SESSION 1: 2 WEEKS (3XS/WEEK)M,T,W
JULY 8-JULY 17
SESSION 2: 2 WEEKS (3XS/WEEK) M,T,W
JULY 22-AUGUST 31
SESSION 3: 2 WEEKS (3XS/WEEK) M,T,W
AUGUST 5-AUGUST 14
$75.00 for 6 half hour lessons
$125.00 for 6 one hour lessons
Register & Pay for Swim Lessons Online
REGISTRATION INFO: All class registrations are on a first-come, first enrolled basis. A current YMCA membership is NOT required for East Brunswick residents. Full payment of class fees are required upon registration. Cash, credit/debit cards and personal checks (made out to Raritan Valley YMCA) accepted. Register in person at 144 Tices Lane, call 732-257-4114 (credit card only) or mail to: Raritan Valley YMCA 144 Tices Lane East Brunswick, NJ 08816
REFUND POLICY: A full refund will be issued if a participant withdraws prior to the first day of class. If a participant withdraws from the program once the class has started, no refund will be issued.
YMCA PROGRESSIVE SWIM LEVELS
Preschool: Ages 3-5 Years
Pike: Entry level class for beginners and non-swimmers. No pre-skills are required to register.
Eel: Child can get their face wet comfortable and can float on their back on their own.
Ray: The child submerges comfortable, can float without assistance, can paddle stroke and rythmic breath with bubble for 25 yards. Also, for children who can jump from the side of the pool and swim without bubble.
School Age: Grades K and up
Polliwog I: Entry level class for the older beginner swimmer or a child with no swim experience.
Polliwog II: The child can swim the width of the pool with a bubble and must be able to put their face in the water comfortably.
Guppy: The child can swim on their own without assistance, submerges comfortably gets their face wet comfortably and can float on their back on their own.
Minnow: Must be able to swim front crawl with rotary breathing 25 yards multiple times, swim backstroke 25 yards, swim in deep water, tread water for 2 minutes, survival float for 3 minutes and have passed Guppy level.
Fish: Must be able to swim front and back crawl 50 yards, elementary back stroke 25 yards, endurance swim for 150 yards without stopping, tread water for 4 minutes, and survival float for 5 minutes.
Swim School: This is a one hour class where youth and teens with advanced skills will swim multiple laps of front crawl, backstroke, and breast stroke. The class focuses on building endurance, perfecting strokes, and learning advanced skills in a pre swim team style. Children must come to class knowing how to swim all of the above strokes and have no fear of deep water. If coming through the YMCA swim program, they must have passed Guppy level.
Teens and Adults
Adult Lap/Stroke Swim: Participants will be given a stroke workout that promotes distance, endurance, and technique. This class is for those who already can swim. (No Lessons)
Teen/Adult Swim Lessons: This class is suitable for adults and young adults who have limited swimming ability and are unable to float or swim. We will work to reduce fears and develop comfort in the water. Skills taught include front and back floats and arm strokes. Also covered are rotary breathing, water safety skills, and various strokes. Swimmers should have a desire to swim properly and looking to increase their endurance.
Teen/Adult Swim Lessons are also suitable for capable swimmers who want to focus on efficiency and endurance for exercise, who want to learn new strokes, or who may be training for swim tests, triathalons, or races.