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Submerge yourself in a comprehensive aquatics program designed to fit most any need—from swim lessons, water safety and lifeguard certification to classes focused on physical therapy, good health or just plain fun.
As a member of Baylor Tom Landry Fitness Center, you’ll enjoy access to a 25-meter, 9-lane, 82-degree indoor competitive lap pool, a four-lane 91-degree exercise pool and a highly experienced, educated staff offering group classes, swim lessons and private instruction, age infant to senior citizen.
Dive into our various pool programs and classes today!
Water Works is a functional training class for aging adults. Participants increase their ability to perform day-to-day activities independently while maintaining their physical health. In Water Works, aging adults remain active and involved as they improve daily living skills, all while immersed in a warm, safe environment. No swimming skills required in our 3.5-foot deep, 91-degree pool.
We offer a variety of swim lessons and aquatic programs for all ages year-round, no matter your skill level.
Contact Annalisa McKinney (214.820.8922) or Vennie Jones (214.820.8177)
Baby Bears is our parent/child water exploration class. We will teach you how to work with your child and explore floating, kicking, and other water skills crucial for swimmers! Baby Bears is for children 6-24 months old. Classes are held Saturday mornings or Tuesday mornings and last 45 minutes.
Fish Factory Swim School is our learn-to swim program. We teach basic swim skills and build on stroke mechanics to develop and refine strokes. We have low 4-1 student/instructor ratios. Lessons are 30 minutes in length, with eight classes per session.
Program price is $150.
Private lessons are the fastest way to develop individual, specific swim skills. Lessons are offered to anyone 6 months of age and older. Whether the goal is learning to swim, swim team preparation, individual skill coaching or even triathlon training, our coaches are ready to help your child attain their goal in the water! Lessons are scheduled at your convenience.
On deck and in-water coaching makes this the ideal first step for your child to transition from swim lessons to swim team. Our coaches will focus on stroke development and refinement for swimmers ages 5-9 years old. Shark School provides a friendly and stress free environment for your child to take the next step in their swimming. We have decreased the ratio to 6-1 student/instructor. Come join the sharks!
Focus on proper freestyle, backstroke, and streamline position and side breathing.
Requirements: Your child must be able to swim across the 25 meter pool without stopping.
Classes meet Tuesday's and Thursday's from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Create your own small group class, 3 participant’s minimum. Your private group class can be set up to accommodate your schedule and will be offered in the form of Baby Bears, Fish Factory or Pre-Swim Team. Choose between 30 minute lessons or 60 minute lessons. You will receive six classes per session. Ages 6 months and up; $150 perperson for 30 minute lessons, $200 per person for 60 minute lessons.
Swim Kidz is our non-competitive swim team for ages 6-16 years old. We focus on proper stroke technique, stamina and sportsmanship. We have Mini-meets and water polo matches during the season to make a fun and well-rounded team! Focus on the four competitive strokes, swim drills, starts and finishes.
Requirements: Your child must be able to swim across the 25 meter pool and be able to breathe on their side.
Practice's are on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4:30-5:30 p.m.
We our committed to helping advance individuals in various aquatic careers by offering essential American Red Cross training programs. These programs include:
Become a certified lifeguard through the BTLFC American Red Cross Lifeguard Training certification program. You will be trained by experienced instructors to act with speed and confidence in emergency situations both in and out of the water. Topics include water rescue skills, surveillance and recognition, first aid, breathing and cardiac emergencies and more. Certified lifeguards are always high on the help-wanted list, so dive in and launch your aquatic career.
NEW! Lifeguard Training courses offered at the Baylor Tom Landry Health and Wellness Center are now offered in the Blended Learning format. There are two delivery methods available for the courses in the American Red Cross Lifeguarding program—classroom and blended learning. The blended learning option combines online learning with in-person skill sessions conducted by a Red Cross-certified instructor. Participants in blended learning courses acquire the same knowledge and skills as those in traditional classroom training courses.
Prior to attending the first scheduled class session, students will need to independently complete the online portion of the lifeguarding course. Upon enrollment, students will receive a link via email that will direct them to the online portion of the Lifeguarding course. Students will be prompted to create an account within the Red Cross Learning Center and complete the online portion at their leisure before attending the scheduled in-person portion. Proof of completion must be brought to the first in-person session via one of the following methods or students will not be permitted to continue in the course:
Entry into the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is strictly limited to those who meet the minimum age requirement and have successfully completed the prerequisite skills evaluation. Failure
to have attained the appropriate skill level could pose a safety threat to themselves and to others in the class. Participants in the Lifeguarding program must be 15 years of age on or before the last scheduled session of the course.
The prerequisite skills evaluation takes place at the start of every lifeguarding course,.
In an emergency, you have to be focused, prepared and confident in your skills. That’s why recertification is so important. Renew your American Red Cross Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED and Bloodborne Pathogens Training certifications at BTLFC, and you’ll always be ready to save a life.
Participants must be currently certified or have successfully completed an American Red Cross Lifeguard Training course within the last two years. Once certifications have expired for more than 30 days, a full course must be taken again. Participants must also be able to pass the lifeguarding prerequisite skills evaluation again.
Studying in Advance is Highly Recommended
This is a fast-paced review course with a main focus on the hands-on skills of lifeguarding (CPR/AED/First Aid and Water Rescues). There will be limited time allocated to book review. Studying in advance ensures that participants get the most out of their recertification course and are better prepared to pass the written test. Not being prepared could result in a participant having to come back for additional training. The newest edition of the American Red Cross Lifeguard Manual (r. 2017) is available for free below. It is recommended that participants re-read the manual and complete the chapter review questions at the end of each chapter, paying special attention to parts of the manual pertaining to forgotten or brand new/revised content that came with the 2017 update.
To register for a class
In this course, instructor candidates learn to teach basic-level American Red Cross Lifeguarding courses including Lifeguarding, Shallow Water Lifeguarding, and Aquatic Attraction Lifeguarding. Successful completion of this course earns participants an American Red Cross Lifeguarding Instructor certification and eligibility to teach the above Lifeguarding courses as well as the Waterpark skills module, CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers, Safety Training for Swim Coaches, Junior Lifeguarding, Bloodborne Pathogens Training, and more! This class is a great way to further your lifeguarding career.
Once we receive a student’s registration form and payment, the student will be emailed a link to register for the course within the American Red Cross Learning Center which will allow the student access to the online portion of the Lifeguarding Instructor course. When instructor candidates register for the Lifeguarding Instructor course through the American Red Cross Learning Center, they will receive notification via an email confirming the date, time and location of the course along with all the information needed to complete the prerequisite online component and obtain course materials.
In order to participate in the Lifeguarding Instructor course, participants must:
*Candidates should enroll in this course ONLY if their basic lifeguarding skills have been mastered. This is not a remedial course or a review course for lifeguarding.
To register for a class
The Baylor Tom Landry Fitness Center's National Swimming Pool Foundation CPO® certification courses are designed to provide individuals with the basic knowledge, techniques, and skills of pool and spa operations. The certified Pool/Spa Operator® certification program has delivered more training than any other program in the pool and spa industry since 1972, resulting in more than 282,000 successful CPO® certifications in 64 countries. Many state and local health departments accept the CPO® certification program.