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Every child should be able to swim. People do not realise that children from as young as three years of age can and do learn to swim. At Braemor Swimming Summer School they also become confident and very competent when swimming in deep water. Swimming also promotes health, fitness, fun, and relaxation.
Everyone is capable of learning to swim. The team at Braemor SC have successfully taught the very young from three years of age to the more senior age groups to swim. Having an experienced instructor in the water as well as on the side of the pool helps even the most nervous pupils overcome their fear of water and succeed in learning to swim.
Braemor Swimming Club has successfully taught pupils from the age of three to 75 years to swim. Anne is a fully qualified instructor and coach, former international and Olympic panellist swimmer with many years's experience helping nervous and not so nervous adults, teenagers, and children to overcome their fear of water and learn to swim competently.
Everyone is capable of learning to swim. The team at Braemor SC have successfully taught the very young to the more senior age groups to swim.
Athlone Regional Sports Centre was awarded the prestigious White Flag Gold Standard Award at the annual Ireland Active National White Flag Quality Standards Awards last Friday night, November 27.
Open 24 hours, seven days a week, Active 24 Fitness at The Connacht Hotel is buzzing with activity and will certainly get you in the right mindset in the run-up to the holiday period.
Water Babies winter term starts on Monday November 9 and bookings are being taken for classes. Classes take place in Hotel Westport, Hotel Ballina, and Breaffy House Resort. Water Babies is run by Jamie and Lisa Cobbe and currently teaches more than 650 babies and toddlers per week in Galway, Sligo, and Mayo.
Water Babies' autumn term starts the week of August 24 and the company is now taking bookings for classes. Classes take place in Galway in the Clayton Hotel, Salthill, Claregalway, Athenry, and Enable Ireland in Newcastle.
The Mayo Advertiser’s Caroline Staunton is well-known for her performances on the rugby field with Castlebar Ladies RFC but she set herself a different type of active challenge this year - to learn how to swim.
Water Babies, Ireland’s leading baby swim school, has announced it is bringing Water Babies classes to Westport and Ballina.