Individual swimming lessons

Group lessons aren't for everyone.

One-on-one time with a swim instructor might be just what you need.

You can learn to swim at any age, such as children, adults, pregnant women, seniors, the handicapped, or overweight.

Swimming does not overload the joints, ligaments or spine, strengthens and stretches all major muscle groups and strengthens the heart. When you are properly exhaling into water, it increases the vital capacity of the lungs. It is excellent in rehabilitation after injuries and operations, and has a positive effect on the psyche.

However, all this applies only if the movements in the water are carried out correctly.

Reality in pools

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In an unmanageable manner, especially if you don't sink your head and don't breathe into the water, your body is at a large angle to the water level, overcoming greater resistance disproportionately straining the cervical spine and neck muscles. You are overloading the lumbar spine with asymmetrical foot movements, straining your shoulders, and usually you are not breathing regularly.

Learn to swim efficiently, effortlessly, for pleasure.

Get feel for the water, improve the technique of swimming strokes, starts and turns.

FIND A CLASS THAT´S RIGHT FOR YOU

A Non-swimmer

  • I want to learn to swim.

  • During the time when you are building your confidence, the trainer will be in the water with you at a depth to 1.2 m.

  • You will learn the basics of swimming crawl and backstroke, possibly breaststroke.

B Beginner

  • I don´t sink my head and /or I don´t swim 25 meters.

  • We will help you with your effort to learn to swim.

  • During the time when you are building your confidence, the trainer can be in the water with you at a depth to 1.2 m.

  • You will learn the basics of swimming crawl, backstroke, possibly breaststroke.

C Improver and Intermediate

  • I sink my head and / or I swim 200 m with effort and / or I have difficulty breathing.

  • You have learned the basics of a crawl, backstroke or breaststroke, and want to learn technique.

  • You will improve from floating to leg movement, with the addition of arms you will learn to breathe correctly.

D Advanced

  • I swim 200 m effortless, I want to improve my technique or learn a new stroke.

  • You will improve your freestyle stroke, backstroke, breaststroke, and acquire butterfly stroke.

E Master

  • I want to prepare for the races (triathlon, ironman).

  • Lessons for active athletes and triathletes, who want to improve their performance.

  • Improving your swimming stroke will increase your speed and stamina.

Private Swim Lessons


  • According to needs and focus: Learning | Technique | Performance

  • Content: video with error analysis, equipment rental

  • Entry to the pool: paid by the client

  • MultiSport cardholders have 60 minutes free access

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Price: 500 CZK

  • Form of payment: cash, bank transfer

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We practice in the pool Výstaviště Praha

Stromovka 1058, Praha 7 - Bubeneč

  • Length 25 meters, 6 tracks

  • Depth from 1.2 m to 3.8 m

  • Water temperature 27 °C

in public hours at the Pool Schedule

Private track reservation: Adela.Kuratkova@navystavisti.cz

Payment Terms

  • Until 31 December 2022 we accept payment in cash

  • You can choose to pay by bank transfer. To your request we will issue an advance invoice and send it to your contact email.

  • Payment is made by crediting the amount to the account no later than 24 hours before the training date.

  • After payment we will issue and send you an invoice.

Rules

  • The term of the lesson can be changed after a previous request to WhatsApp, e-mail or SMS no later than 24 hours before its start. In case of not meeting the deadline or late cancellation, the lesson will be canceled without compensation.

  • For a spare date, watch the public hours at the Pool Schedule.

Visitor rules

  • Respect the visitors rules to the swimming pool.

  • Jewelry (earrings, rings, necklaces) leave home or in a safety deposit box.

  • We recommend rubber water shoes (flip flops, slippers) when entering the changing room and the pool.

  • Before entering the pool take a shower and wash with shower gel.

  • Do not chew on the pool.

  • Protect your eyes with swimming goggles in the pool. If necessary wear contact lenses.

  • Longer hair must be tightened with an elastic band or swimming cap.

SWIMMING STROKES

free style animation

The crawl / freestyle is the most technically sophisticated, fastest and least energy-consuming swimming stroke without increased demands on joint mobility. The body of the swimmer has minimal resistance in almost horizontal position. After mastering the technique it is effective and natural movement with good orientation.

back stroke animation

The backstroke is the second most natural swimming stroke after the crawl. The swimmer's body is in a flowing horizontal position, hips and shoulders at the surface, face parallel to the level, ears slightly below the surface, the view is up. Just because of the reduced possibility of orientation, the back stroke is rarely used in recreational swimming, although it is the healthiest swimming stroke.

breast stroke animation

The breaststroke is the most used swimming method in recreational swimming in Europe (unlike America and Australia), mainly because it is possible to swim without sinking your head and breathing into the water. The swimmer in an unnatural position with his head tilted over the surface is disproportionately straining the cervical spine and neck muscles. The swimmer is overloading the lumbar spine with asymmetrical foot movements. Breast stroke is the slowest and technically hardest way with high demands on joint mobility and the highest energy consumption. When uncontrolled technique it is the most unhealthy movement in the water.

butterfly animation

The butterfly originated as a modification of the breast stroke and in 1952 was recognized as a new swimming stroke. The position of the body changes during the swimming cycle, while the swimmer waves from head to the tips of feet during swimming. The wave motion is followed by kicking and arm work. After the crawl it is the second fastest swimming stroke.