One of the most exhilarating experiences of life.

We specialize in Swimming Lessons for beginners

Here at Equidome, we are offering outstanding coaching in our A Grade Swimming Pools in a safe and caring learning environment. We aim to teach beginners correctly from the start, to create swimmers that are successful and safe in all their swimming endeavors.

Private Lessons for Beginners

Get One-on-One private coaching with the best instructors

Group Lessons

Enjoy Group Lessons to test your abilities

Services we Offer

For the little beginners

Kiddy Pools

Beat the summer Heat . Swimming lessons in the Kiddy Pool for children up to 3 years old.  Get your kids comfortable in the our Kiddy Pools under supervision of an instructor. Kids enjoy the water playing fun games and learning floating and breathing techniques at the same time. A great way to get the young ones ready for the deep end.

Price for Kiddy Pool

Rs. 8,000 per month - 3 days a week (12 Lessons)

Duration: 1 Hour


Price for

Private Lessons

Competition Training 

Couple Lessons 

One on One lessons

PLEASE CALL 0300 8470804 for Prices

Price for

Price for Group Swimming Lessons


Each lesson duration is 40 mins - 20 mins practice and play time
Single dip is Rs.2000
1 day a week is Rs. 7000 (4 Lessons) per month
2 days a week is Rs.13,000 (8 Lessons) per month
3 days a week is Rs.15,000 (12 Lessons) per month
4 days a week is Rs. 17,000 (16 Lessons) per month
5 days a week is Rs. 20,000 (20 Lessons)
6 days a week is RS.25,000 (24 Lessons) per month.

🕐🕑Timing is between 10 AM to 2 PM🕐🕐
Mondays are off days.

Private Pool Booking

Have Fun with the family and friends

Book our small and big pools privately for a fun filled party time with friends and family. 

Please call 0300 8470804 for details and booking

Frequently Asked Questions

What swimming kit do I need?

There are three main pieces of gear you need to buy before you start swimming - a swimsuit, a swimming cap, and a pair of goggles. Style of swimsuit is mostly down to personal preference, but make sure you pick one that’s actually designed for swimming and not fashion.  Goggles need to fit well to work correctly, and you’re aiming for a tight fit so that the rubber vacuum completely surrounds your eyes without any loose areas. Floats like pull buoys and kickboards are important pieces of kit for working on technique but you can borrow these from us.

Do I need a swimming coach?

A coach isn’t strictly required to become a better swimmer. If you put in the hours in the pool with a good balance of endurance swimming and drills to hone your technique, you will undoubtedly improve over time. However, if you are self-taught then you are much more likely to reach a plateau than you are with a coach. A properly qualified coach will highlight issues with your technique that you aren’t even aware of, often with video analysis to highlight every aspect of your stroke. Many swimmers find that it’s a worthwhile investment to have one in-depth session with a coach to go through all aspects of your technique. The coach will be able to give you a tailored training programme which you can then work on in your own time, with the potential for periodical follow-up sessions to check your progress.

How can I practice breathing techniques?

You ideally need to get to the stage where breathing comes naturally to you in the water, otherwise it will impact on other aspects of your technique. The best way to practice breathing is to hold onto the side of the pool with both hands with your arms and body straight. Start kicking your legs in a stationary position with your head in the water, and practice breathing on either side. Rather than jerking your head out of the water and gasping for air, focus on smoothly rolling your head to the side and inhaling strongly. Exhale through your mouth or nose once your head is back in the water - most beginners find it easier to exhale through the mouth, as this gives far more control over the rate of exhale. Once you’ve mastered that, perform the same exercise while swimming with a kickboard held directly in front of you, before finally practicing with a full stroke.

Which stroke should I work on first?

If you’ve already got the fundamentals of swimming down, the first stroke you should focus on improving is freestyle (front crawl). The principals of freestyle will act as the foundation for improving the other strokes, from your position in the water to the coordination required for efficient breathing. After that, you can move onto breaststroke which will develop the power in your legs, then backstroke to tighten up your core and work the muscles that freestyle doesn’t cover. Butterfly is by far the hardest stroke to develop, so save that until you’ve mastered the other three.

How can I improve my technique?

Before you worry about how many lengths you can swim, it’s important to first concentrate on nailing the correct technique for every stroke, starting with freestyle. The key to efficient swimming is to stay as horizontal as possible. At full stroke extension, you should be able to picture an imaginary straight line running from the tip of your fingers, through your body to your toes. This reduces drag and keeps you moving quickly through the water. The key to this position in freestyle is to keep your head facing downwards towards the bottom of the pool. If you try to tilt your face forward to see where you are going, your spine will bend and your whole body will be out of line. To master the correct technique, practice with a snorkel and swim a few lengths. Forget about breathing for now, and get used to keeping your eyes straight down and your body as horizontal as possible.

Can I get injuries from swimming?

As a low impact sport, there’s often a misconception that it’s impossible to suffer an injury when swimming. However, as with any physical activity, swimming injuries are a real possibility if you overexert yourself or your technique is wrong. Most swimming injuries will be shoulder-based, but you can also injure your neck, lower back or knees if you don’t take the correct precautions. Warming up correctly is the best way to prevent injuries, so be sure to always perform a full warm up routine before you start a training session. Overdoing one stroke can also cause injuries, so always plan to perform a varied training session with multiple strokes and drills.


Do you love the outdoors?

So, you have a passion for your children to be well rounded individuals, learn new skills and be healthy? Join us and become a member of the Equidome Family.

  • Phone Number

    +92300 8470804

  • Address

    Dha Phasse 5 M Block

    Opp. Askari 11 Gaste 2

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