Irving Park YMCA Private Lesson program is great for anyone at any age! We offer 30 minute once a week one-on-one lessons with one of our many experienced swim instructors. We schedule your lesson primarily based off of your availability and match it that of our instructors’. We cater to any type of goals you may have for yourself or your child whether it be for swim team, marathons, or just to learn the basics of swimming. We have many different options available to cater to your needs the best that we can! So come become a part of our YMCA Aquatics Program, we would love to have you!
Individual instruction for youths (3 years of age) to adults.
|Length per class||Member||Non-Member|
|3 packs||30 mins||$105||$210|
|5 packs||30 mins||$150||$300|
|7 packs||30 mins||$175||$350|
|9 packs||30 mins||$225||$450|
|Semi Private (2 people)|
|3 packs||30 mins||$120||$240|
|5 packs||30 mins||$175||$350|
|7 packs||30 mins||$210||$420|
|9 packs||30 mins||$270||$540|
* all fees per person
We make it as easy as 1-2-3!
If you have any additional questions, please call Victoria Karwowski at 773.326.2629 or email@example.com with any questions.
During what times of the day can private lessons be scheduled?
Private lessons may be scheduled during any family/open swim times.
Can I make up a class if I miss a class?
Yes, as long you cancel the class within 24 hours.
When will a credit or refund be issued?
A refund or credit will be issued if the class is canceled or your child has to miss a class due to illness (with a signed doctor’s note). Refunds will not be issued for a schedule conflict after the session has begun. Please see our refund policy on the back of your receipt for more information.
Do I need to wear a swim cap?
All children and parents/guardians who submerge their heads need to wear a swim cap if their hair is ear-length or longer. Parents/guardians can tie their hair up if they do not submerge. Hair-ties and swim caps are available at the lifeguard stand.
What is the pool temperature?
The water in the pool is kept at 83 degrees Fahrenheit. Please keep in mind that several other factors other than the water temperature go into how the water feels, such as air temperature, relative humidity, and how active you are in the water.