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Nevada's swimming lessons just got better
Published on Sat, Feb 9, 2013 (11:18 a.m.)NEVADA’S SWIMMING LESSONS JUST GOT BETTER!
Warm Water Swim School Bringing Premier Swimming Lessons Program to Three Communities.
Las Vegas, NV – SafeSplash Swim School is proud to announce we are expanding in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada. Our nationwide program is now open in three new locations.
SafeSplash Swim School is 24Hour Fitness’s exclusive partner for children swim lessons. Together we are determined to make sure all children are safe and comfortable in and around water. We are also partnered to increase childhood fitness. SafeSplash has broke ground by introducing a new way to optimize a child’s swim lesson experience.
- Group class size is limited to a maximum of four students per instructor. This ratio optimizes the individual attention your child receives while they develop their skills.
- SafeSplash has professional and experienced instructors. All instructors are CPR certified and have had years of experience in working with children of all ages.
- The curriculum is designed for all skill levels. SafeSplash focuses on optimum skill retention in three areas as your child progresses: water safety, basic swimming strokes and competitive swim technique.
- The indoor pools are warm. There are no cold, blue-lipped kids at SafeSplash Swim School. The water temperature is maintained around 88°. This is 4°-10° warmer that most recreation center and other athletic club pools.
“Our mission is to help kids nationwide learn the basic swimming and water safety skills that will serve them throughout their lifetime. We specialize in helping your child become a safe, happy, confident, lifelong swimmer,” explains Owner/Operator Jeremy Weiser.
Learning to swim at SafeSplash is fun and successful when you make it a consistent part of your child’s weekly routine. Soon your child will be saying, “Look mom! I can swim!”
For more information on SafeSplash Swim School and our newest location please call 702-751-KIDS (5437) or visit www.safesplash.com and sign up for our e-newsletter for monthly updates.
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