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Located in Chesterfield County, SwimRVA serves the Greater Richmond area as a catalyst for regional aquatics and community-wide focus on water safety, health & fitness, sports tourism and competitive swimming.  We offer swimming lessons, water aerobics, aqua running, water polo, CPR & lifeguard certification courses, masters swimming, warm water therapy pool, land fitness classes, and youth triathlon training.

Welcome to the 2nd Annual New Year's Challenge!


SwimRVA is proud to be a Make-A-Splash partner.  The USA Swimming Foundation partners with Learn-To-Swim providers nationwide to offset the cost of swimming lessons and educate the community about the importance of learning to swim.  For more information please check out the website: www.usaswimmingfoundation.org/makeasplash


SwimRVA Mission:  To elevate swimming in the Richmond region making water safety and aquatic fitness more accessible to all.

SwimRVA Vision:  Change lives through aquatics.

SwimRVA Promise:  We serve as a catalyst for regional aquatics and community-wide focus on water safety, health and fitness, sports tourism, and competitive aquatics.


The CDC reports that 52% of the population does not know how to swim!  In many cases this is due to access.  SwimRVA is working to create an inclusive aquatic experience for RVA. We believe every person regardless of age, income, or disability should have access to life-changing aquatic opportunities.  Joseph did not know how to swim and almost let his fear of water get the best of him.  Through persistence, courage, dignity, and truthfulness, he was able to reach SUCCESS!  




The most effective wellness programs combine education, social and physical activity.  SwimRVA's 70 weekly wellness classes are challenging and full of new friends.  Sheila broke her hip while planning a trip to Greece with her daughter the following year. Through courage and persistence, Sheila's success came when she was able to walk the many miles with her family.  Way to go Sheila!