About Powers Swimming
Our mission: To teach, inspire, children and adults to be safe, comfortable and to love the water.
When you live in South Florida, it’s important to feel confident in and around the water. That’s why our mission is to teach and inspire adults and children to have fun in the water while feeling safe and comfortable.
Our lessons focus on confidence and comfort in the water. We teach about buoyancy, streamline postures, and various stroke techniques from backstroke to freestyle to butterfly. Our private lessons give your child the attention they need to learn and grow at their own pace.
Whether your child wants to join the local swim team or learn recreational swim skills, Powers Swimming can get them there.
We invite you to come and visit classes to see if they’re right for you and your family. You can meet some of the other parents, watch lessons, take a look at the facilities, and speak with the instructor.
Toddlers & Infants: Customized 15 minutes lessons- 5 per week.
You are welcome to come and view classes and meet parents. Whenever you are looking for a program, Meet the instructor, the location, and meet parents and watch a few lessons.
Survival Swim Lessons or learning to swim and float all by themselves is an extra layer of protection to keep kids safe.
Child Lessons: 30 minute class times.
We focus 1st on confidence and comfort in the water. All students will know how to swim and float. It is important to know how to swim and to rest in the water. Understanding buoyancy, how the water works, and streamline postures. Then we teach basic stroke techniques for backstroke, freestyle, elementary, breaststroke and butterfly.
6 lessons for $180 or $35 per lesson.
Older children: We will discuss 1 hour lessons. Lessons available in Royal Palm, Acreage, and Wellington. Travels fees may apply for other locations.
Lesson include equipment and safety training
Skill mastery: snorkel blast clearing, hand signals, entering the water, diving, and swimming. Apply your skills on a supervised snorkeling trip.
Before diving, you’ll perform equipment checks, safety precautions, and learn about nearby marine animals that you may see. The trip includes surface swimming, surface dives, and diving underwater. Explore the area and see all the fish and marine life!