enrolment process


Booking is subject to availability and can be requested and discussed over the phone or via email. Initial requests to swim can be made via our website. When booking baby classes we try our best to consider routines such as sleep and eating patterns, however due to availability these do not always fit with the current schedule.

In this instance we then offer the next most suitable class and keep you updated of any changes in the schedule. All children above the age of 2 years old will be assessed first, after after which a suitable day and time will be offered.

Please note that we run waiting lists for certain age groups and lesson times.

classes offered

Swimming lessons are on an ongoing basis – until your baby/toddler/child progress to the next level. At this point a different class is selected to accommodate and further their progression.


Rebooking is only required for private lessons. You are not required to rebook for our standard ongoing lessons.


Ongoing lessons are open ended therefore any requests to change times will be considered and made as soon as the schedule allows it.

commencement of tuition

For insurance purposes memberships can only commence when the completed online enrolment links have been completed and submitted along with the required payment. Failure to submit these forms by the requested date will result in your booking being lost.

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  • Laura Sevenus was a South African national competitive swimmer in the 60’s. She was one of five South Africans chosen to tour with the American Water Follies as a synchronized swimmer, thus changing her amateur status.

    In 1964, her professional career began when she assisted the South African team coach training beginners, and later established her first private swim school. Her understanding of parent and children’s needs led to the creation of a purpose-designed facility for teaching swimming in Cape Town, this is where she developed what is now the Sevenus Swimming Method®.

    She has contributed her evolving insight and expertise to various working groups in South Africa, Sweden, Germany and the UK and has been instrumental in defining swim teaching standards in South Africa. She is also a certified aquarobics instructor and Watsu® practitioner.

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