Press Play | Facility Reopening Update
As always, the health and safety of our members, users and staff is our first priority. To support this priority during the COVID-19 pandemic, additional measures and changes in services are required. Our reopening plan follows the current advice of Public Health experts, mandated legislation and takes into consideration best practices from similar facilities and sports organizations in Canada and internationally.
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About Multi-Sport Training
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and based on Return to Sport plans, we are unable to safely offer a full Water Polo & Lifesaving Team. This will be revisited as these specific Provincial Sport Organizations release their Return to Sport plans.
We know there are many other sports that have little to no contact, or individual skills and drills that can be offered as a different practice to our remaining teams. These Multi-Sport practices will include individual and socially distanced training, skills and drills derived from some of the following sports: diving, artistic swimming, water polo, lifesaving and underwater hockey.
Prerequisite: Completed Swimmer 5 or Swim Kids 6, feel comfortable in deep water, dive into the pool, swim 5-8 minutes continuous and follow coaches directions.
Program fees cover coaching; a training schedule which may include dryland, yoga, swimming, water polo and lifesaving sport training; equipment costs and Swim Nova Scotia fees. Also, all Swim Academy participants in Multi-Sport Training program receive a 12-month Canada Games Centre membership.
- Fall fee $500.00 | Bi-weekly fee $34.09 (20 payments) | Down payment at registration $68.18