Lava Hot Springs Swimming Lessons

Our vision is to create a water-safe and water-smart community in which individuals of all ages and abilities benefit from lifetime fitness habits.

Swimming Lessons at Lava Hot Springs Olympic Swimming Complex

It’s a Great Time to Learn to Swim!

Small Group Swimming Lessons offered by HEAT Aquatics

at Lava Hot Springs’ Indoor Aquatic Center, 195 N. Center, Lava Hot Springs, ID  83246

Contact HEAT Aquatics for more information
208-223-7946 (223-SWIM) or at 223swim@gmail.com

 

We are not offering Fall Sessions of group lessons

Call 208-223-SWIM for information about semi-private and private lessons in October and November.

Summer lessons are offered Monday through Thursday morning in one week sessions

Winter & Spring Group Lessons - Register Here

Winter Session 1: Jan 6, 13, 20, & 27

Winter Session 2: Feb 3, 10, 17, & 24

Spring Session 1: March 10, 17, 24, 31

Spring Session 4: April 7, 14, 21, & 28


Class Information


If you want to register for an hour lesson, sign up for two consecutive time slots.

Level 1:  $25 for four 30 minute lessons; offered starting at 9, 9:30, 10,10:30am; 3 kids per class

Level 2:  $25 for four 30 minute lessons; offered starting at 9, 9:30, 10, 10:30am; 4 kids per class

Level 3:  $25 for four 30 minute lessons; offered starting at 9, 9:30, 10, 10:30am; 4 kids per class

Level 4:  $45 for four 60 minute lessons; offered starting at 9am; 6 kids per class

Baby & Me:  $25 for four 30 minute lessons; offered at 10 and 10:30am; 6 kids per class

Please note:  the Heat does not offer refunds for lessons.  Participants may transfer funds as a credit toward future lessons.


Children's Swim Classes

Our children’s swimming lessons focus on teaching balance, breathing, floating, and water safety. Description of levels:

Level 1  --  New to swimming; learning to exhale underwater. 
Level 2  --  Submerges face for 5 seconds; comfortable in supported front and back floats
Level 3  --  Independently back and front floats; comfortable in deep water
Level 4  --  Swims 15 yards of front and back crawl; comfortable in deep water 

We strongly recommend children be at least 3 years old before starting group lessons.  Children Under 3 should sign up for Baby & Me classes.


Other Swim Classes

Baby & Me Class
Of course we aren’t limiting this class to only “moms.”  Dads, grandparents, involved aunts, and trustworthy neighbors are welcome to bring a baby to get acclimated to the water.  Besides being adorable and fun, this class offers orientation for babies and toddlers to water as well as informs parents about children’s water safety.  Recommended for ages 6 months to 3 years.  We do not recommend more than 30 minutes for a Baby & Me lesson.



Precompetitive Group & Recreational Summer Swim League
These classes are for those ready to increase their swimming endurance and learn the basics of the 4 Olympic strokes, starts, and turns.  Ages 5+.  Comfort in deep water and ability to back float required.  Precompetitive Classes will be offered in the evenings during the summer months.  Call (208) 223-SWIM to register for the Precompetitive Group.

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-7pm.  June 2-July 28.  Join anytime!
  • Call us for information about Fall, Winter, & Spring swim team practice (208) 223-SWIM

Teen Swim Camp & Junior Lifeguard - Online registration coming soon... 

This camp is for teens, ages 11-14, who want to improve their swimming ability and start learning lifeguarding skills.  No prerequisite skills required, although comfort in deep water preferred.  Class participants can stay at the pool for an hour of “free time” during open swim following practice.  Cost is $50 per session (includes tshirt).  Register online.  See our 2016 Teen Swim Camp & Junior Lifeguard Classes.

June Swim Camp:  June 7, 9, 14, 16
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:00-11:00am

July Swim Camp: July 12, 14, 19, 21
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:00-11:00am 

Camp participants ages 12-14 (11 year olds considered on a case-by-case basis) will have the opportunity to volunteer at the Olympic Swimming Complex as a Junior Guard, helping out with secondary duties during peak hours. 


More About Our Junior Guard Program 

  • Junior guards volunteer for at least 10 four hour shifts over the summer—40 hours total.
  • Junior guards are expected to be on time for shifts; fill out timecards daily and accurately; and call the pool if s/he needs to change a shift.
  • Junior guards receive free entry to the Olympic Swimming Complex and the World Famous Hot Pools throughout the summer.
  • Prepare for a paying job at the Swimming Complex!

Private lessons through HEAT Aquatics are currently unavailable.

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