LEARN - TRAIN - LIVE WELL
Swim Theory is the most advanced aquatic learning facility in the Saint Louis Metro Area.
We offer small group classes, private lessons, and semi-private lessons. ALL AGES AND LEVELS ARE WELCOME (yes, that means adults).
We teach proper swim technique, first building on freestyle and backstroke - the essential elements of water safety for kids and adults alike.
For those students looking to learn proper 4 stroke technique, Swim Theory is the best investment of your time and money. Everything we do is backed by a satisfaction guarantee.
Swim Theory uses a multi camera video system for live feedback and post session analysis to help competitive swimmers and triathletes SEE, FEEL, and UNDERSTAND changes to their stroke(s).
Our Triathlon prep package is a great way for runners and bikers to become swimmers as well
Swim Theory helps post PT patients & mobility constrained
Pricing & Info
SATISFACTION GUARANTEE. WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE DO
YOUR SCHEDULE, NOT OURS. WE CREATE CLASSES TO FIT YOUR NEEDS.
NEVER LOSE WHAT YOU PAY FOR. MAKEUP SESSIONS OR EXTEND
WARM WATER POOLS & FACILITY. A FUN ENVIRONMENT FOR SWIMMERS.
30 MINUTE SESSIONS, MAX 3 SWIMMERS
GROUPS ARE CURATED BY AGE & ABILITY TO PROMOTE LEARNING
PROPER 4 STROKE TECHNIQUE FROM EXPERT SWIMMERS
30% FAMILY DISCOUNT
GIVE THE GIFT OF SWIM WITH A GIFT CERTIFICATE
Kids Semi-Priv Learn to Swim Classes $100/4 sessions
Semi-Priv Video Analysis Sessions $100/4 sessions, $220/10 sessions
Adult Daytime Private Learn to Swim $125/4 sessions
Private Triathlete Prep Package (Downloadable Video & Custom 4 Week Workout Plan) $100/each
Private Video Lesson (Triathletes or Competitive Swimmers) $55/each
Triathlete Open Swim Punch Cards (7a - 3p) $40/8 visits
Coached Mobility Workouts $200/8 Visits
Daytime Mommy & Me (8a - 3p) $40/4 sessions
ALREADY DECIDED TO SWIM @ SWIM THEORY? BOOK HERE
OR CALL 636-896-5755
What People Say:
"I will be spreading the good word about this place as it is about time someone recognizes the need for such a facility in the St. Louis area. We will definitely be returning!."
- Chaney H. (Fly Clinic)
"My daughter loved it. She cannot wait to go back."
- LeAnna H. (Video Analysis)
”Thanks so much for everything. Sincerely- you guys are awesome and this is just what I needed!” - Lesa J. (Triathlon Training)
"Such a cool place! My daughter learned so much at her first lesson"
- Jennifer W. (Learn to Swim)
"Your facility is so much better than the other 3-4 places we have taken lessons. We Love it."
- Sarah P. (Learn to Swim)
"Hard to think that only a couple of sessions with you guys could make such a difference. Thank you guys."
- Andrew P. (Triathlon Training)
"Great place to get a good workout."
- Chrissy P. (Lap Swim Member)
"My daughter loves your facility. It is fun to learn in a smaller environment. She feels that the training is specifically targeted to her exact needs. Thanks again for such a great opportunity! We look forward to learning again with you soon."
- Debra S. (Clinic & Group Video Sessions)
MEET THE TEAM
When coach Erin isn’t mentoring her team mates as the captain of a local university swim team, she brings her incredible pedigree to the pools of swim theory. her credentials as a scholar all American, ncaa championship qualifier, and record holder in the 500 free & 200 IM make her one of the most elite coaches in the STL METRO area. she hasn't met a swimmer she can’t teach.
Swimming is not just a sport to dolo, it's a lifestyle and a discipline. dolo believes that swimming creates character, develops work ethic, trains the body mind & spirit. these beliefs are why dolo loves to teach swimming to others. dolo's swim career includes state and club accolades and a season as a diver as well.
Theresa has been swimming for as long as she can remember. the work and dedication of her childhood passion culminated at the 2014 ymca age-group nationals where she achieved a qualifying standard time in the 100m breaststroke. Theresa swam with the saints at Maryville university and has served as an assistant coach for several swim clubs.
Coach kinga brings a long history of international and US swimming titles. in the 2013 youth Olympics, at age 17, she placed 5th in the 50 free & was on the championship 4x100 relay team. coach kinga is a collegiate conference champion and scholar all American. her love for swimming is infectious and she brings the passion and energy to every session
Ellie is an accomplished competitive swimmer and works with swimmers of all ages. she’s especially successful teaching young learners to love water, feel safe, and appreciate swimming for all it’s value.
Alex began swimming at age 8 for the boys and girls club. her passion for the sport culminated at Siuc, one of the top division I swim programs in the region. alex works with swimmers of all ages and abilities and loves to help people use swimming to overcome barriers and limitations in sports and life.
Blake was the first coach to join the alef and brasher families at swim theory. blake's hard work and get-it-done attitude are apparent on the pool deck, and with his business acumen. blake is currently serving as the captain of the men's swim team at lake forrest university
Kelsey began swimming at early age and continued her competitive performance throughout high school. her passion is teaching and helping others, especially kids and older adults who may need a little extra attention and care during their instruction.
Grant combines his passions for swimming and teaching to help others enrich their lives through achievement of personal aquatic goals. Grant is a former NCAA Division I swimmer with many collegiate accolades, school records, and championships. Here are some of his highlights.
* 13 time Illinois/Missouri YMCA State Champion
* 33 time YMCA National All American
* 3 Time USA Swimming Academic All American
* Swam against Olympians Ryan Lochte & Garret Weber-Gale
Vanezza & Tim
vanezza & tim realized the need for swim theory after experiencing the swim life through the eyes of their own three children. typical swim classes were too big, instructors were not well prepared, and the learning environment distracted the swimmers.