Since 2004, FLOW Aquatics Swim School has shared the fundamentals of swimming with both beginners and experts.
While our innovative techniques are highly acclaimed by industry experts, we do more than simply offer swimming lessons. Our mission is to teach children of all ages—even babies—the Fundamentals of Learning to become One with the Water, and truly bring out the swimmer within.
Join us and experience the joy and freedom swimming can bring.
As of April 2018, we have transitioned to more efficient format for teaching — semi-private lessons for 15 minutes.
For more information on why we chose to adopt this format, click here.
Students and Parents alike love our rewards program! They receive points for passing swim levels, great effort, volunteering, following us on social media, leaving us reviews, and more!
Prizes can be redeemed for gift cards at dozens of restaurants, stores, and entertainment venues! It’s so much fun for everyone!
My son started swimming lessons at Flow Aquatics when he was just three years old. He is almost four now and can swim across the pool by himself! I credit the awesome coaches for this! The coach- to-student ratio is ideal for getting the most out of the 30 minute lesson one day a week. I love that my son gets direct one-on-one time with people who can relate to children and swimming so well. My son loves his coaches and even better loves to SWIM!
My daughter was afraid of the water and my husband and I were worried about safety issues and future swimming experiences. We looked for a site that offered a small class, with a more personal experience. We started at the Meridian site when our daughter was 4 and went once a week. Then moved each time a larger site became available. My daughter went weekly for almost 5 years and now is amazing in the water. She loves to swim and her confidence has drastically increased. She earned a trophy for her hard work and cherishes it. The whole team at Flow Aquatics made our experience memorable and life-changing. Thank you!
I had been swim "training" for several months in preparation for Ironman Coeur D'Alene at the end of June, but not really improving much. I wasn't worried too much about making the distance of 2.4 miles, but my technique was terrible and I was always very tired after swimming laps in the pool because of all the energy I was using due to poor technique. I finally decided that I needed some outside help and signed up for the FLOW workshop that a friend had recommended. By the end of the day, I felt much more efficient in the water - I was definitely "FLOWing" compared to my previous efforts.