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Swim Lessons

The Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy (LKSA) is a year-round learn-to-swim program designed for children as young as three months old through adults. Our core purpose is to teach water safety and proper swimming techniques using the SwimRight® Method, which all happen in a private or group setting.

Katz JCC Swim Lessons: Lenny Krazyzelburg Swim AcademyThe SwimRight® Method, designed by Olympic gold medalist Lenny Krayzelburg, utilizes the swim-float-swim technique as its foundation, and focuses on providing students with the knowledge of confidence and safety in and around the water. From these basic skills we take students from beginning stages of swimming all the way to the advanced techniques of all four swim strokes: freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly.

The SwimRight® Method has eight levels of learning. Every student in the program receives their own swim book to help keep track of their progress. As students progress through each level in the program, they receive a ribbon recognizing their achievements and a new color swim cap that represents the next level.

Our certified instructors are thoroughly trained in the SwimRight® Method to ensure all swimmers receive a quality swim lesson and to help each swimmer continue to improve their confidence in their skills.

Lenny Krayzelburg is a four time Olympic gold medalist, an 11 time US National Champion and member of the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame. Lenny started this program in 2005, and his mission is to teach children to be water safe. Since its inception, this program has taught thousands of people water safety and the importance of knowing how to swim.

For more information or to sign up for one of these classes, please contact the LKSA swim office at (856) 424-4444 x1722 or email [email protected].

Funded by the Charles A. and Ethyl Blumenfeld Donor Advised Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation, Inc.

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