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All Sports for All People

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  • Any reviews of All Sports For All People swim classes?

    We have done two cycles with our <1 yo son @ John Jay and experience was mixed. The first cycle was at 9 am and the instructor showed up late to every class (even missing one). The second cycle we did on another day and had two lovely, on-time instructors who enthusiastically interacted with all the babies. The pool temp can be an issue (as others have mentioned), and it seemed to range from mostly fine to sort of cold. From what I understand, they don't have any control over the situation. The facilities are a little dated, and there were no changing tables (not an issue for your kids, but it was rough for us). They do offer open swim times, so it may be worth going to check out to see if it's worth it to you. We opted not to do the next round since times have shifted later and it would eat our day to have a class scheduled at noon.
  • Any reviews of All Sports For All People swim classes?

    We did one official class when our babe was one. The water is cold. It’s not so much swimming as intro to water play. After learning how to swoosh and dunk our little guy, we’ve foregone classes and just do drop in family swim w them or at the Y. That suits us best.
  • Any reviews of All Sports For All People swim classes?

    I've had a great experience with them. This is our third cycle. Compared to our experience at the Y, where classes were very loud and chaotic, and the teachers didn't seem to enjoy children very much, All Sports for All People swim classes are great. My kid was a little traumatized by the Y experience, and what helped her enjoy swimming is: 1) The classes are small with plenty of instructors. For a class (without caregivers) of 3-5 year olds, they typically have 5-6 kids with 3 instructors. 2) The classes are structured really well, with lots of practice along the wall, and individual time with instructors taking them out one on one for floating and swimming practice. There are lots of high fives and genuine engagement between kids and instructors. Compared to the Y, there is almost no crying and freaking out of kids. They seem pretty relaxed and happy, even when they are nervous. The teachers really inspire confidence, and are great with the kids. Highly recommend.
  • Any reviews of All Sports For All People swim classes?

    The fee is reasonable (compared to other places we looked into), they let you do a free trial class which is nice, the staff were very nice and the supervisors were very knowledgeable. We only did two sessions at the International HS and the facility was perfectly fine and clean. We live across the parkway so proximity was so nice. The issues we had which may just be specific to our child, instructor etc... 1) the pool was a completely different temperature each time. The supervisor said they don't have control over it, if the swim team at the school needs a lower temp then that's what has to be done. So the first time was warm and comfortable but the second was too cold (for our kid) she turns blue easily! and wanted to get out of the pool after 10 minutes. The other kids seemed fine though so depends on your kids. In the summer she swims in lakes and ponds which are all freezing but for a winter session she didn't like it. 2) She was on the cusp age-wise at the time so we put her in the lower group since it felt still fairly new and it felt mostly like a music class where we bobbed the kids around and sang songs. She was by far the oldest being 2.5 and the rest were like 1 or something so just ask about the age of the other registered children. In the end we switched this fall to Aqua Beba which is not conveniently located (for us), is quite expensive and hard to get into (weekend classes) unless you register immediately when the schedule comes out but after 3 sessions we are in awe of the program. The staff are amazing. The pool and facility is so warm and nice, there's a shower there that's clean. There are three instructors in the pool at once with like 6 kids so it's a lot of personal attention. Our daughter has progressed in a short window and she's happy to go. I guess it comes down to what works for your family - so many factors to consider. But i'd say with a free trial class try all sport and see if it's the right fit. I've heard Eastern Athletic is also very good, but pricier.
  • Weekend classes for 16 month old

    I have my 16 month old in a swimming class (it is essentially just music class in water) at All Sports For All People. They have 3 pools around town. It is fun...And begins them on a path to a life long skill. Yay. https://www.allsportsforallpeople.net/