WILSON GARDEN BRANCH - SWIMMING LEARNING PROGRAMS

Ray Center Wilson Garden is equipped with 50 meter swimming pool and a warm up pool. This can cater to all types of learning programs with extended focus on competitive preparation.

Our Swimming Coach holds over 30 years’ of experience training and nurturing swimmers of all abilities as one of the Bangalore’s largest providers of swimming lessons and courses. Our instructors are well-equipped with the skills for the job, having graduated from a rigorous course to become certified in teaching swimming lessons.

Benefits of Learn to Swim at Ray Center, Wilson Garden:

* Experienced and certified instructors

* Programs to suit everybody from as young as 5 Years

* Baby pool to build confidence for beginners

* Stroke correction classes

* Multiple pools to manage all requirements

* Changing rooms with showers

* Free child swim assessment

* Jogging track and place for dry land workout

KIDS LEARNING PROGRAM AT RAY CENTER - WILSON GARDEN:

We teach your child to swim with fun and progressive swimming lessons. Ray Center has carefully developed programs in intimate class sizes that cater to all swimming abilities from ages 5 upwards, allowing your child to develop their skills with confidence, and for you to see their progress.

Learn To Swim: Ray Center, Wilson Garden follows a 18 session learn To Swim program specially designed for the kids in the age of 5 and above. In this course, the student needs to get comfortable with water: this includes kicking, bobbing, underwater exploration, floating and gliding with face in the water, open eyes under water.

Intermediate: This is for the group of kids who have been selected from Learn to Swim, who have just learnt to swim. Initially they will refresh the Learn to Swim skills, further they will be taught to swim 25mtr freestyle. Also teach the drills of Freestyle and Back stroke.

Stroke School: Main focus is to teach and develop good technique on all the four competitive strokes, progress from one stroke to the other. Also teach the starts and turns of all the four strokes. Should be able to swim all the four strokes with decent tech. Compete in the small meets like club galas and inter school meet.

Pre-Competitive: Continue to fine tune and master all the strokes, train all the four strokes regularly, Will continue to work on starts and turns, learning how to count strokes and swim efficiently. Will start training for the sub-junior state championship.

Competitive: This group has a minimum of 4 years’ experience who can demonstrate all the four stroke and are ready for training and competing. Should look at developing the aerobic capacity, train all the four strokes regularly, always focus on stroke tech and stroke count. Learn how to check the heart rate. Focus is to improve the aerobic and anaerobic capacity along with the stroke tech. Specific event training.

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How to motivate your child to learn swimming:

* Tell your child that you like to watch them swim. Don’t coach or critique their performance.

* Remember that the sport belongs to your child. Let them take ownership and responsibility for their success.

* Make the atmosphere and experience fun. Don’t pressure them with unrealistic expectations or compare them to other swimmers.

* Give them room to breathe. Give them the freedom to become the best they can be on their own!

* Be involved! Talk to our coaches on the progress and take suggestions to motivate them.

ADULTS LEARNING PROGRAM AT RAY CENTER -WILSON GARDEN:

It is never too late to learn swimming. Ray Center is perfect place for adults to learn swimming at its indoor heated swimming pool. There are specialized programs for adults to learn swimming from basics or improve technique.

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SWIMMING FOR SPECIAL KIDS AT RAY CENTER - WILSON GARDEN:

Ray Center supports Individuals with Special Needs and has built a unique program through one of the most experienced, certified and renowned trainer. Swimming is a great sport and activity, not only because of the neurological and social benefits, but because it is an activity that benefits everyone! Objective of this program is to improve:

Physical Benefits: Swimming is a wonderful activity for individuals with low muscle tone. Swimming is a weightless exercise, allowing individuals to move and work all their muscles in the water that they couldn’t on land. Children with low muscle tone often have difficulty with balance. Swimming helps build core strength, improving equilibrium and coordination. Simply being in the water can be soothing for individuals with special needs. Water’s buoyancy relieves the stress that gravity places on muscles. In water, people can have a greater range of motion, coordination, and improved flexibility. Individuals with spina bifida or cerebral palsy are often confined to a wheelchair or walker. In water, they experience a physical freedom they can’t experience anywhere else. Some individuals are able to move in the water in a way they never could on land!

Emotional and Mental Health: Along with the physical freedom individuals experience in water comes an emotional freedom. Being able to move your body in water, in a way it won’t otherwise, is liberating. Imagine being able to move your limbs freely in a way you never could before. The sensation of water on the body is also good for neurological development, including Increased spatial awareness and coordination.

Social Interaction: Being in swim lessons can help teach a child with special needs to communicate with their instructor and receive and carry out instructions. Learning water safety skills can also allow children to participate in activities they may normally be ostracized from such as pool parties.

We focused on six types of special needs when we developed this program:

* Autism

* Down Syndrome

* Cerebral Palsy

* Sensory Disorders

* Visual Impairment

* Spina Bifida

INFANTS AND TODDLER SWIMMING:

Swimming programs for infants as young as 6 months of age are now available at Ray Center,Wilson Garden. These exclusive programs are designed to introduce young children to water, build water confidence, and teach water safety to parents and guardians. These parent participation classes are a great way to spend some fun, quality time with your young child, while building critical water-safety skills. Our certified instructors will lead you in teaching your child beginning swimming skills including safety drills and guidelines. Classes are age and developmentally appropriate and include lots of praise, applause and encouragement, making them an enjoyable experience for both parent and child.

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JP NAGAR BRANCH - SWIMMING LEARNING PROGRAMS

No matter if you’re keen to learn swimming, improve your swimming technique or prepare for competitive swimming; the Ray Center has tailor made options for you.

Our Swimming Coach holds over 30 years’ of experience training and nurturing swimmers of all abilities as one of the Bangalore’s largest providers of swimming lessons and courses. Our instructors are well-equipped with the skills for the job, having graduated from a rigorous course to become certified in teaching swimming lessons.

Benefits of Learn to Swim at Ray Center:

* Experienced and certified instructors

* Programs to suit everybody from as young as 4 Years

* Baby pool to build confidence for beginners

* Stroke correction classes

* Temperature Controlled Swimming Pool

* Changing rooms with heated showers and lockers

* Free child swim assessment

KIDS LEARNING PROGRAM AT RAY CENTER - JP NAGAR:

We teach your child to swim with fun and progressive swimming lessons. Ray Center has carefully developed programs in intimate class sizes that cater to all swimming abilities from ages 4 upwards, allowing your child to develop their skills with confidence, and for you to see their progress.

BASIC - The student needs to get comfortable with water: this includes kicking, bobbing, underwater exploration, floating and gliding with face in the water, open eyes under water.

INTERMEDIATE - The student needs to swim around 6 to 7 meters and submerge entire head. Also Back float.

ADVANCED - The student needs to swim around 10 to 12 meters with comfortable hand movements, kicking and breathing.

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How to motivate your child to learn swimming:

* Tell your child that you like to watch them swim. Don’t coach or critique their performance.

* Remember that the sport belongs to your child. Let them take ownership and responsibility for their success.

* Make the atmosphere and experience fun. Don’t pressure them with unrealistic expectations or compare them to other swimmers.

* Give them room to breathe. Give them the freedom to become the best they can be on their own!

* Be involved! Talk to our coaches on the progress and take suggestions to motivate them.

ADULTS LEARNING PROGRAM AT RAY CENTER - JP NAGAR:

It is never too late to learn swimming. Ray Center is perfect place for adults to learn swimming at its indoor heated swimming pool. There are specialized programs for adults to learn swimming from basics or improve technique.

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SWIMMING FOR SPECIAL KIDS AT RAY CENTER - JP NAGAR:

Ray Center supports Individuals with Special Needs and has built a unique program through one of the most experienced, certified and renowned trainer. Swimming is a great sport and activity, not only because of the neurological and social benefits, but because it is an activity that benefits everyone! Objective of this program is to improve:

Physical Benefits: Swimming is a wonderful activity for individuals with low muscle tone. Swimming is a weightless exercise, allowing individuals to move and work all their muscles in the water that they couldn’t on land. Children with low muscle tone often have difficulty with balance. Swimming helps build core strength, improving equilibrium and coordination. Simply being in the water can be soothing for individuals with special needs. Water’s buoyancy relieves the stress that gravity places on muscles. In water, people can have a greater range of motion, coordination, and improved flexibility. Individuals with spina bifida or cerebral palsy are often confined to a wheelchair or walker. In water, they experience a physical freedom they can’t experience anywhere else. Some individuals are able to move in the water in a way they never could on land!

Emotional and Mental Health: Along with the physical freedom individuals experience in water comes an emotional freedom. Being able to move your body in water, in a way it won’t otherwise, is liberating. Imagine being able to move your limbs freely in a way you never could before. The sensation of water on the body is also good for neurological development, including Increased spatial awareness and coordination.

Social Interaction: Being in swim lessons can help teach a child with special needs to communicate with their instructor and receive and carry out instructions. Learning water safety skills can also allow children to participate in activities they may normally be ostracized from such as pool parties.

We focused on six types of special needs when we developed this program:

* Autism

* Down Syndrome

* Cerebral Palsy

* Sensory Disorders

* Visual Impairment

* Spina Bifida

INFANTS AND TODDLER SWIMMING:

Swimming programs for infants as young as 6 months of age are now available at Ray Center, JP Nagar. These exclusive programs are designed to introduce young children to water, build water confidence, and teach water safety to parents and guardians. These parent participation classes are a great way to spend some fun, quality time with your young child, while building critical water-safety skills. Our certified instructors will lead you in teaching your child beginning swimming skills including safety drills and guidelines. Classes are age and developmentally appropriate and include lots of praise, applause and encouragement, making them an enjoyable experience for both parent and child.

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