On Sunday the 12th of June I took part in England’s biggest open water swimming event. With over ten thousand people plunging into the lake to brave the cold and choppy waters . The race proved challenging especially to begin with as you fight for your place and use perhaps too much energy in the opening burst. However I soon found my rhythm and began to build my momentum. It really is a great event, open to swimmers of all ages and abilities. The setting is fantastic and the encouragement from Read more […]

  In a recent article by Sport England, swimming has been recognised as the most popular participation sport in Britain, with 2.5 million people taken part weekly. Swimming has many health benefits; swimming burns calories, increases flexibility, improves posture, improves co-ordination and helps reduce stress. The sport is widely available to everybody regardless of age or ability. So why is swimming so popular? Swimming opens you up to all kinds of activities and disciplines whether you Read more […]

After working hard to expand our Swim School, we were delighted when St Anne’s gave us an opportunity to run swim lessons on a Friday evening. The pool is modern, clean and warm. The venue is located in the heart of Liverpool. St Anne’s is a great facility for our younger swimmers learning their water fundamentals. If you are a member who wants additional swim lessons for their children before the summer holidays, or a new enquiry looking at getting their child started on their swimming journey Read more […]

Congratulations to Jessica, who has been awarded Swimsound’s swimmer of the month! Jessica started with Swimsound as a complete beginner a year and a half ago. Due to her hard work and determination, after just 6 weeks of lessons, Jessica was awarded her stage 2 certificate. Jessica continued to work hard in her lessons and has excelled in her swimming, in particular with her backstroke, in which she can now swim a length. She is a delight to teach as she is always happy, enthusiastic and encourages Read more […]

  All Swimming Lessons are set to continue over the Easter break. This week we will be awarding a swimmer of the month.  Swimsound have started lessons in St Annes Catholic Primary on a Friday evening. If you are interested in additional lessons or transferring over to Friday then contact our team and we will happily arrange that for you. Read more […]

All Swimming Lessons are set to continue over the half term. All our teaching staff are prepared and lessons are set to be as enjoyable as ever.  Swimsound will soon be offering lessons of a Friday evening and Sunday afternoon. If you are interested in additional lessons or transferring over to one of these days then contact our team and we will happily arrange that for you.     Read more […]

Swimsound wishes all its members a Happy New Year.  The Swimsound Christmas week proved very successful, and congratulations to Melissa for winning the Festive Hamper. This current course includes every week in January and we begin back this coming Tuesday. Welcome Back!     Read more […]

On November 5th, Swimsound celebrated its 5th year of operation. The very fact that after 5 years the swim-school is still thriving with a large client base and an array of pupils pays testament to the quality of the lessons and the fantastic teachers we have in our team. It started on a cold Friday evening in Gateacre Comp after weeks of distributing fliers the prospect of beginning my own lessons in Gateacre Comp was nerve-racking .That evening 5 pupils turned up and the lessons I felt went Read more […]

Congratulations to Jack and Connie who have received Swimsounds’ Swimmer of the month awards for October! All pupils have worked extremely hard since returning from our summer break and after a long debate between our coaches we decided to award two pupils the award this month. Jack has worked exceptionally hard since starting with Swimsound to overcome his fear of the water.  Jack always tries his best and has rapidly built up his water confidence. He has developed his technique in particular Read more […]