Austin Swimming Lessons

Bridget, Happy Swimmers Austin Swim Instructor, seen here at Deep Eddy Pool.

Bridget, Happy Swimmers Austin Swim Instructor, seen here at Deep Eddy Pool.

Happy Swimmers started teaching at-home swim lessons in 1991 in Los Angeles, with 22 clients. In 1993 we began serving Phoenix, and later San Jose, CA. In 2009 we opened in your delightful city of live music, Austin. We are the largest mobile swim lesson company serving the Austin Metro area.

The Austin region is home to many fine swim schools and city programs, so why do we offer swimming lessons in an area that already has so many swimming teachers? Some kids do well in boisterous social large group swim lessons, but many kids do not, and prefer the quiet, trusting setting of their own home pool and a dedicated, kind-hearted, patient instructor. Our Austin swimming lessons specialize in the latter style of teaching.

Swimming Instructor Chelsey, Austin Happy Swimmers

Swimming Instructor Chelsey, Austin Happy Swimmers

 

Austin Swim Lesson Availability for my area:
• If you enroll in April or May, getting your lesson preferences are usually no problem
• If you enroll in June, please do so as early in the month as possible, and have some greater flexibility of times and days that would work.
• If you enroll in July, please be flexible on your times, and/or know that some early season clients will finish and open up time slots for you to take. Ask our office.

Can we serve your area? If you’re in the Austin Metro area, it will be our pleasure to serve you. Call us at 512-333-2480 or email us easy our contact page.

 

 

Happy Swimming,

Owner John Tyler, at the 360 bridge.  Hook 'em Horns!

Owner John Tyler, at the 360 bridge. Hook ‘em Horns!

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Swim Lesson Tip:

 

Goggles are ok for 3 year olds and up during lessons—IF they fit well and don’t leak much.  We encourage parents to get quality goggles, like Speedo’s for children, not the $1.50 pair from the drugstore which leak incessantly. A decent, quality pair of goggles can be very useful in the early stages of learning swimming.


This was one swimming lesson tip in a series sprinkled around our website. For the complete list, Visit our swim lesson tips and FAQ tab, and to get more tips and specials, follow us on Twitter.


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