Tennessee Aquatics Private Lessons Program
The Tennessee Aquatics private lesson program offers a comprehensive lesson package with high-level coaches at the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center. Private lessons will be offered individually or in groups for a variety of ages and skill levels, ranging from learn-to-swim to elite competitive athletes.
Who Are We?
Tennessee Aquatics is a 501(c)3 non- profit organization striving to create an aquatic community for all ages to learn and enjoy the water.
What Do We Offer?
Our program offers instruction in the form of private lessons, semi-private lessons, or group lessons. Families are able to select an instructor based on time, availability, and desired outcomes for maximum swimming performance.
Instructors for lessons range from the most highly qualified collegiate coaches certified through the American Swim Coaches Association (ASCA) looking to fine-tune technique to more cost efficient student-athletes teaching beginning level swimmers.
Tennessee Aquatics has an instructor to fit both your needs and price point!
Premier Lesson Package
The premier lesson package consists of a high level of technical instruction allowing the coach and swimmer to go further in depth in one stroke or skill, or to cover multiple strokes and skills.
This package features:
- 1 hour stroke instruction
- Utilization of TNAQ training equipment
- Immediate video feedback with a take-home digital copy
Basic Lesson Package
The basic lesson package consists of 30-minute private lessons with a TNAQ staff member or certified instructor. These lessons aim to target a variety of skills, whether it be blowing bubbles for beginners or fine tuning stroke technique for more elite athletes. Lessons are available for ages 4-18 to target skills such as:
- Aquatic Safety
- Early Stroke Skills
- Stroke Refinement
"Everyone In" Program
In addition to providing lessons for typically developing swimmers, TNAQ also has staff equipped to work with children with special needs. As part of TNAQ’s “Everyone In” initiative, TNAQ is seeking to create an inclusive environment for all children. TNAQ staff is equipped to work with children with a range of disabilities including but not limited to: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other developmental delays.
If you have any questions about pricing, ask Jackie Bertucci (865-207-7297 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you have more questions about our program and what it offers, contact Jackie Bertucci (865-207-7297 or email@example.com).