Learn to Swim at Hilton Brown One Tree Hill
BOOKINGS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
- Indoor pool purpose-built for lessons
- Water is heated to 32° for comfort
- High-tech filtration for excellent water quality
- Located inside the Hilton Brown Fitness Centre. As a member of Hilton Brown Fitness, you will receive a free induction, personalised programme, and follow up support through our all inclusive regular assessments and programme updates as well as access to our heated indoor pool.
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One Tree Hill Notices
- Our next race night is Monday 24 September, from 6.30pm. $2.00 per swimmer, no need to book just turn up on the night.
- We have a family swim session on Sundays at 1.30 – 3.00pm. All members of the family are welcome to come along and swim, $2 per person.
- Intensive one-on-one lessons
School Holiday Programme: 1 October to 5 October
Includes 5 x 30min classes Monday to Friday for; Squid, Seal, Penguin, Seal, Polar Bear, Beginner 1, 2 & 3 and Breather 1, 2,3 & 4.
Enquire at reception to book your place or give us a call on 09 582 1111. Classes are $90 for the week per child
Or Stroke Clinics:
Tuesday 2 October: Freestyle and Backstroke and/or Thursday 4 October Breaststroke and Butterfly
12:30 to 1:30pm Stroke 25/50/100
1:30 to 2:30pm Stroke 200/400 and mini squad
Classes are $35 per session.
Hilton Brown Swimming in One Tree Hill runs classes every day of the week. We teach all ages, from babies of three months to adults. A special feature of our methods is continual assessment, which means swimmers are promoted to the next stage as soon as they’re ready. Nobody gets bored and everyone works at the most appropriate learning level. Regular feedback keeps parents and caregivers informed of progress.
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Meet the One Tree Hill Manager – Jaco van der Welt
Jaco (pronounced Ya-ku) is originally from South Africa where he had his own swimming school. He has worked in the swimming industry for more than 5 years including stints in Thailand and now NZ.
Jaco enjoys a sporty lifestyle which involves masters swimming. He loves rugby as well but thinks it could be a while before he starts supporting the All Blacks!