About us

Teaching you to make the right kinda splash – at any age

Aqua Marine Aquatics Academy specialises in teaching people of all ages – from babies to adults to squads – how to enjoy swimming in a safe, fun and friendly environment. Whatever your skill level, whatever your goals, we are passionate about giving you the strokes to cope.


Learn to Swim


If you’re looking to turn your children into water babies or need to brush up on your swimming style, you’ve come to the right place. Check out our wide range of lessons.


Baby Swim


You can never start too young, baby swimming from 6 months up. A special time with your precious child, whilst allowing them to develop intellectually, socially and emotionally at a pace that suits every one individually.


Stroke Development


The aim of these classes is to get the child swimming all four FINA strokes – Front Crawl with bilateral breathing, backstroke with appropriate sculling, breaststroke with underwater work and butterfly with focused timing.

Diving, tumbleturns and Aquatic Development are also included at this level.


Aqua Aerobics


If you’re feeling the stress of everyday life and need to unwind or just need to shape up before an upcoming beach holiday, we have just the solution. Dive in to our health & fitness offerings.


Aqua Marine Aquatics Academy is very proud to be the host for the fourth Swim England & Amateur Swimming Association, Teachers Training Course at our Douglasdale branch in July 2019. All of our Aqua Marine staff completed their Level 2 in July 2018. New staff members are also in the process of completing their Level […]

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British Teaching Qualification Courses

So you want to teach swimming? Great, Aqua Marine Aquatics Academy together with Eduquatics are providing the best opportunities for you to achieve your ambitions. We can help you start your journey as a swimming teacher, and then support you every step of the way as you progress to the level you want. Let’s get […]

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Swimming and your child

By the time your child leaves primary school they should be able to swim a minimum distance of 25 metres (the length of an average pool) unaided. This is the AMAA Stage 2 attainment level, yet an astonishing number of children leave school unable to meet this standard. As well as being good for your […]

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No 6 Livingstone Place Douglasdale Gauteng
E-mail: info@amaa.co.za Phone:074 119 2774