Ottawa, Ontario – Few activities beat taking a refreshing dip in a safe environment, whether on a public beach or a private swimming pool. However, like most activities, swimming proficiency can only be attained from repetition, preferably under the guidance of a qualified instructor. Thanks to its impressive track record of providing results-oriented swimming lessons to trainees of all ages, The Aqua Life Swim Academy remains the preferred choice for many would-be swimmers. Whether looking to learn how to swim for competitive or leisurely purposes, clients can never go wrong by taking lessons from the academy’s highly-recommended swimming instructors. 

While commenting on their experience at the swimming academy, one impressed client said, “My youngest has been swimming with The Aqua Life for over a year and a half. She has come so far since not wanting to put her head under water. Now she is working on the front crawl! So much progress in four days. We have had the opportunity to work with many Aqualife staff […]. All have been great at helping each swimmer with their specific needs in the water.”

Appreciative of the fact that swimming goals and competencies vary from one person to another, The Aqua Life Swim Academy’s instructors prefer an individualized approach when dealing with each client. This approach is why they have structured their classes based on age and levels of expertise. Specifically, this structuring allows instructors to transition seamlessly from one level to the next while getting the maximum out of each level. The academy’s programs can accommodate children as young as four months to seasoned adult swimmers with a full-value results guarantee for money spent. 

At the bottom of the academy’s swimming programs tier is the parent & tot class, an introductory class for children between the ages of four months and three years. Aware of the general lack of experience among learners at this age, The Aqua Life Swim Academy’s primary focus is safety and fun. Upon graduating from this class, students move on to the next level, Swim 101, which lays the groundwork for breath control, front & back kicks, and freestyle swimming. Next comes the academy’s Swim Strokes 201, which introduces swimming students to the technical aspects of swimming. In this level swimmers advance from beginner paddler to technical swimmer by developing the motor skill and strength they need to define their front crawl and backstroke. Advanced Swim Strokes 301 focuses on proper techniques for breaststroke and butterfly. Through precision instruction and specialized drills, students gain the muscle memory needed to master these advanced strokes. Finally, Power Swim I and II set the stage for competitive swimming, with the program focusing on complex strokes, endurance training, and further refining the swimmer’s technical skills.

The best part about choosing to learn swimming with The Aqua Life Swim Academy is the flexibility of its programs. Swimming students who feel more comfortable learning privately can sign up for semi-private or private training, while the rest can go for low ratio group lessons. Either way, they can rest assured that they will be under the tutelage of some of the best swimming instructors and aquatic program in the region. 

The Aqua Life Swim Academy has different locations, including Ottawa, Gloucester,  Nepean, Kanata, Kingston, Oshawa, Mississauga, and Burlington. Visit the academy’s website to learn more about The Aqua Life Swim Academy. Their amazing Aqua Care team members are available at or 1-833-744-2782 for inquiries. The academy’s main office is located at 1600 Carling Ave. suite 660, Ottawa, Ontario, K1Y 1B2, CA.

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Company Name
The Aqua Life Swim Academy
Contact Name
Corina Oaches
Main Office: 1-833-744-2782
1600 Carling Ave. suite 660
Postal Code
K1Y 1B2

By Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.