BUY THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT FOR YOU at your 1st lesson
All teaching equipment including kickboards are included for use during lessons.
Avoid arriving at your 1st lesson with the wrong/unnecessary products bought from a shop!
***Prices match (or are lower than) Rebel Sports***
✓Save time and hassle at the shops
✓Free consultation at first lesson
Goggles can make the biggest difference when learning to swim! I find 99.9% students need goggles to feel comfortable and confident in the water.
If you cannot keep your eyes open underwater or wear contact lenses, goggles are strongly recommended.
You are welcome to try various sample pairs at your lesson to ensure you buy a pair to fit your face shape and needs. Click here for info on prescription goggles.
Wearing a cap can prevent wet hair from affecting your vision and balance. There are different materials, sizes and shapes to meet specific needs (e.g. keeping hair dry, blocking water from entering ears).
If you plan to practice between lessons, this is the key training aid to buy. It can be used to develop any stroke and at all levels.
Centre line snorkel:
Generally suited for more advanced swimmers who have already mastered breath control and are able to focus on other areas of improvement (e.g. stroke correction).
It has also proven effective with some complete beginners to get confident moving in the water without the fear of drowning!
Generally suited for more advanced swimmers with a strong kick, to enable focus on upper body.
SOLUTIONS TO SPECIFIC NEEDS
If you are prone to ear infections/dislike water entering ears.
If you cannot keep the water from coming up your nose.
Travel towel with carry case:
A lightweight, compact and quick drying towel if you are on the move.
Fogbuster lens cleaner:
If your goggles keep fogging up (cheaper solution than buying a new pair of goggles).