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Youth Group Lessons
RallySport offers a children’s learn to swim program (ages 3+ years) for RallySport members and non-members. Classes are designed to progress swimmers from beginner (Level 1) to stroke development (level 6), advancing them to potentially join the RACE swim team.
We offer 1-3 lessons per week (per swimmer) and multiple session times to accommodate your busy schedule.
We do require a minimum of two swimmers in each level at any class time slot to continue at the “group lessons” rate. If there is only one swimmer registered for the start of a session in a particular level, the parent will be notified and given the option to choose a different time slot or to choose private lessons.
September Session: October 9 – November 4
Class Times, Levels and Pricing
Weekday Lessons (Tuesday, Thursday):
Levels 1-3: 3:30 – 4:00 p.m.
Levels 4-5 & Aquatic Safety: 4:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Levels 6 & Pre-Team: 4:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Levels 1-2: 9:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Levels 3-4: 9:30 – 10:00 p.m.
Levels 5-6: 10:00 – 10:30 p.m.
6 months – 3 years of age.
Class is 25 minutes.
Parent or guardian required to participate.
This class is about getting comfortable in the water with lots of songs and games. Parents will learn how to introduce their child to kicking, floating and going underwater.
Schedule is based on instructor availability. Email Sarah Jirkovsky to schedule.
Beginner (Level I)
Intermediate (Level 2 & 3)
Advanced Intermediate (Level 4)
Advanced (Level 5)
Stroke Development (Level 6)
Group Lesson Pricing
|Classes per week||RallySport Members|
|1 child||2nd child||3rd child|
|1||$51.00||add’l $39.00||add’l $19.00|
|2||$99.00||add’l $78.00||add’l $38.00|
|3||$149.00||add’l $117.00||add’l $57.00|
|Classes per week||Non-Members|
|1 child||2nd child||3rd child|
|1||$81.00||add’l $69.00||add’l $39.00|
|2||$159.00||add’l $138.00||add’l $78.00|
|3||$219.00||add’l $199.00||add’l $117.00|
Make-Ups and Prorated Lessons
- Every swimmer is allocated 1 make-up per session for a cancellation due to illness or family emergency based on space availability. Multiple makeups cannot be guaranteed. We cannot offer prorated lessons for vacations or any other planned absences. Please contact Eric Stefanski to discuss multiple make-up situations.
- Because we only offer one Aquashrimps class per week, we will not have make-ups available for the Aquashrimps class.
- Make-up lessons must be scheduled during the current session.
- Unused make-up’s will not be reimbursed.
- Lesson fees are prorated for holidays.
- Late sign ups are only accepted if space is available.
May your strokes be long and your times be short.
Masters is designed for adults 18 and older who want to improve fitness and master proper stroke technique to become a faster, more efficient swimmer in a supportive environment. Masters swimmers are: adult fitness swimmers with no previous swim team experience, former high school, college, or master competitive swimmers, entry level to experienced triathletes, and open water swimmers. We do offer the opportunity to compete for those who are interested in racing.
We offer three levels of classes for the Masters swimmer, from beginning to advanced. Please see the masters class schedule below to choose the class that fits best for you.
Masters Swim Schedule of Classes
This schedule below only shows Masters Classes. See the entire pool schedule here.
Private lessons are for all ages and abilities from beginner through professional swimmer/triathlete. These lessons offer the benefit of one-on-one instruction and the convenience of choosing your schedule.
To schedule please contact an instructor directly. Instructor emails are included in each bio.
Private Lesson Pricing
|Semi-private lesson (2 people) 30 minutes||
|Semi-private lesson (2 people) 45 minutes||
|Semi-private lesson (2 people) 60 minutes||
|Semi-private lesson (3 people) 30 minutes||
|Semi-private lesson (3 people) 45 minutes||
|Semi-private lesson (3 people) 60 minutes||
- Payments for private lessons is due prior to beginning.
- Please note a 24-hour cancellation policy or you will be charged the full price.
- Private lesson pricing for adult coaching/technique work is set by the individual coach. (See coaches qualifications & pricing for more details).
- Single and multiple session pricing is available.
Our Swim Coaches
Amy is a Colorado native who grew up swimming in the Boulder Valley Summer Swim League for Mesa Swim Team. She also swam for Niwot High School. She is proud to be able to give back to the Boulder swimming community that was so important to her as a youth, by coaching and teaching people today. A key reason for her success as a coach is her understanding of each swimmer’s needs, from beginners to pros, from 3-year olds to seniors. She uses her training in sport performance, fitness science and psychology to craft programs so all are challenged, inspired and able to reach their goals. She has experience teaching twenty years of private, tailored swim lessons.
Amy’s previous coaching experience includes:
Head Coach Fairview High Men’s Team
Assistant Coach Fairview High Women’s Team
Head Coach of the Mesa Swim Team
CO High School Swimming Coach of the Year, 2013 and 2014
Grant started swimming and competing at the age of five. He set several Zone swimming records and was a state finalist in Junior and Senior years of high school before attending Washington and Lee University on a Swimming/Water Polo scholarship.
Grant was swim team captain and a Cy Twombly Award recipient (MVP). After graduating and suffering a seemingly career ending shoulder injury, he moved to Boulder and raced professionally on the Xterra triathlon circuit from 2000-2003.
Grant started the RACE club swim team at RallySport in 1999 and has since produced olympic trials and national championship qualifiers, numerous state and sectional champions and multiple national champions. Grant continues to be active in the triathlon community and coaches several professional and age group triathletes across the country.
Eric started swimming at 8 and retired after the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials. He was the Penn State record holder in the 100 back multiple times, U.S. Olympic Festival gold medalist, Big East Conference champion, NCAA All-American, and competed in four events at the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials.
Eric has been a coach since 1998, mostly at the NCAA Div. I level. He’s worked with beginners through U.S. National team and Olympic athletes from around the world, coached summer league, high school, multiple USA Swimming clubs and collegiately at the University of Rochester, University of Pittsburgh, University of North Carolina and Georgia Tech.
Eric now owns a high performance and life skills company called Lifesparq, a start-up on a mission to help athletes from young to professional learn what how to achieve their maximum potential in sport and life. He’s excited to be teaching his athletes about fast swimming, but more importantly, life skills to help them as they grow up.
Austin Vinton has been coaching masters and teaching swimmers at RallySport since 2015.
Austin was introduced to competitive swimming early, and spent his childhood racing and training in the pool. Unlike a lot of swimmers, Austin decided not to swim in college, and instead started racing bicycles.
As a cyclist, Austin developed a keen sense for tactics as an endurance athlete. With several results in large professional races, Austin quickly proved himself in the sport. During this time Austin found the sport of open water swimming, and experience and passion for swimming brought him back to the sport, where he now trains and races.
Austin is committed to making Rallysport’s swimmers faster, and bringing more people to the sport of open water.
Sebastian is a Colorado native and a RACE alum and is proud to now be able to give back to the team that was so important to him growing up.
After swimming for a year at the University of Puget Sound, Sebastian came back to Boulder to finish his degrees in psychology and neuroscience and continued competing and now coaching with RACE.
Sebastian is currently pursuing a masters degree in sports coaching at the University of Denver and is excited to implement new techniques into his practices.
Rei began swimming at age four and joined RACE at age 11. He currently swims for University of Colorado Swim and Dive Club Team where he holds the record for the 200 Breaststroke.
Rei is pursuing a bachelor in Computer Science at CU Boulder. He is very excited to teach young swimmers proper technique while enjoying the sport. With the many years of different coaches and swimming, he would like to use his experiences to help young swimmers to achieve their goals.
Rei has been coaching for four years and specializes in stroke development.