Whether you’re eight years old or eighty, there are swimming programs for you at the Greater Holyoke YMCA. We have two pools: a six-lane 25-yard pool utilized mostly for lap swimming, masters swim lessons, and our Vikings Swim Team, and a four-lane warm water 20-yard pool. Click here to see our weather policy when there is a thunderstorm. Download our current program schedules by clicking on the links below.
Pool Schedules, Policies & Class Descriptions
- Small & Large Pool Schedules
- Pool Policies
- Adult Aquatic Class Descriptions
- New Swim Lessons Selector and Stage Descriptions
- New Swim Lessons Level Conversion
Program Session & Class Information
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Masters swim practice will be held 5 days a week in the large pool. Mondays and Wednesdays are focused on stroke technique and triathlon specific workouts. They are 45 minutes long and are part of the Triathlon Program but can be attended by Masters swimmers. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays are intense 90 minute training sessions that on sprinting and long distance events. These practices are not part of the Triathlon Program.
What you need Goggles Swim suit Swim cap Pull buoys and kick boards are provided Water bottle
Holyoke YMCA Vikings
Join the Holyoke Y Vikings! For questions about our Vikings, please contact the team office by calling Coach Nick Provost at 413-534-5631 x128, or email email@example.com.
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