Jitka Vachtová - individual swimming lessons

Swimming trainings for adults

Individual swimming lessons

I offer individual swimming lessons for adults over 18 years of age. I offer an individual training from the price CZK 1000/training in Aquacentre Šutka. You pay for the entrance fee separately at your own expense and you swim in a public space. Individual trainings are designed for atult swimmers and non-swimmers. Trainings take place since the beginning of September until the end of May.

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My swimming training offer for adults

For swimming lessons and training, I have a trade licence and a swimming trainer certificate III. class FTVS UK, swimming instructor, lifeguard and health care professional. I offer my private swimming lessons independently of any swimming club.

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I focus mainly on recreational, fitness, intermediate and more advanced swimmers over 18 years of age who want to improve their swim technique or learn how to swim. The lessons are open to the general public, triathlists and competitors. The lessons can be attended by both racing swimmers and pure beginners who can not swim at all. I offer mostly trainings for improve your technique. If you are interested, you can learn how to swim breaststroke, backstroke, freestyle and butterfly techniques.

Swimming in a swimming pool

Swimming lessons take place mainly in the swim swimming pool Šutka.

A learner must be physically fit to undergo individual swimming training.

Some articles and links to swimming videos can also be found on my plavanicko.cz site.

Lidové noviny (public newsletter) dated 1 July 2017

Are Czechs goot at swimming? Eva Fryšarová, an editor of Lidové noviny asked me this question. The whole article was published in the Lidové noviny of 1 July 2017 (pages 31 and 32).

A note: The officially acknowledged criterion for someone to be labeled as a swimmer is a continuous swim distance of 200 meters without any rest and obvious signs of exhaustion. If someone can swim at least 10 m but cannot swim at least 200 m, I call him intermediate non-swimmer. If you are not able to swim at least 10 m, you are a non-swimmer.