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Harrogate Fitness & Wellbeing Gym follows the ASA 'Learn To Swim' Programme.

Swimming is not only a great way to exercise, but it is also a vital life skill.

Our swim school at Nuffield Health in Harrogate is run by dedicated ASA (Amateur Swimming Association) qualified instructors.

Whether you are an absolute beginner with no pool experience, or have some ability but want to improve, we can help you reach your goals.

Things you need to know about our Harrogate swim school:

  • Our swimming lessons run Monday - Friday, 14:00 - 17:30
  • £9.50 per group lesson for junior members
  • £11.50 per group lesson for junior non-members linked to a adult paying member
  • £13 per group lesson for non-members
  • £18 per lesson for private junior lessons
  • £20 per lesson for private adult lessons
  • Fast track lessons run throughout children's school holidays
  • Max 4 children per lesson.

Swimming lessons class levels:

We offer ASA levels: Read more below:

Beginner (ASA Stages 1 & 2) 4.5 years+
Develops basic safety awareness, movement and water skills and introduces submersion skills. Suitable for non or weak swimmers. Aiming to swim up to 5 metres plus front and back.

Improver (ASA STAGES 3 & 4)
Aiming to swim 10 metres front and back. Introducing Breaststroke, Butterfly kick and sculling and rotation.

Intermediate (ASA STAGES 5 & 6)
Developing strokes to 25 metres plus , Front-crawl, Back-stroke and Breaststroke and 10 metres Butterfly. Strokes to ASA standards. Treading water confidently.

Advanced (ASA STAGE 7)

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