Signing up for swimming lessons is a great decision no matter how old you are. Swimming is the safest and healthiest kind of sport as it takes the pressure off your joints, strengthens your muscles, improves circulation, and makes you fit. Being in the water is always relaxing, and learning how to swim from professionals will help you overcome your fear and become more confident.
Bark can find you swimming lessons that are fit for all ages. You can find swimming lessons for adults, professionals, beginners, teens, and even swim classes for toddlers. Swimming from a young age will help the body develop properly and make the child fitter and healthier. Adults can use this hobby for stress relief or as a form of health protection as it helps prevent numerous conditions, including arthritis and heart disease.
The swimming lessons you can find through Bark will be affordable and match your needs perfectly. Many swimming trainers offer private lessons for those who want to develop a specific set of skills at his or her own pace. You can also find professional swimmers who specialize in physiotherapy and will help you recuperate after an injury or surgery.
Swimming lessons are great fun, but if your goal is weight loss or body building, you will need the help of other professionals. We can help you find nutritionists and personal trainers who will design a personalized program that will allow you to reach your goal.
Mark's Swim Academy in Waltham MA offers year-round indoor swimming lessons for children and adults of all skill levels
Group swim lessons for children of all ages and levels
Adult swim classes for a beginner or experienced swimmer
Private and semi-private lessons for children and adults
Classes are taught by Mark Roizman who a Master degree in Physical Education and over 30 years of teaching and competitive coaching experience
All classes are taught by an experienced Swim Instructor, Mark Roizman, owner of Mark's Swim Academy, in Waltham, MA.
Roizman has been teaching swimming for more than 30 years both in the United States and in Moldova (the former Soviet Union). He has a Master’s degree in physical education from the Pedagogical University of Moldova.
Roizman teaches individuals anywhere from six months old to adults. Instead of breaking things down into age groups, Roizman separates his clients into levels depending on their ability. He teaches front curl (freestyle), backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and flip turns.
“The most important thing about working with kids is that you have to love them. You have to teach them step by step and you can’t jump over things. The most important thing that I can tell people is that I start with the basics and work my way up when I teach.”
“Swimming is a special sport. It is one of those sports where you can’t start and stop because then there is a good possibility that the fear of the water will come back. It is important to introduce things to people and never push. People will learn quickly if you teach on their individual level rather than teaching at your pace.”