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  • What is included in an Evolutionary Aquatics class, practice, and event?"
    Experienced and certified instructors, at the least a 1:5 student teacher ratio for kayaking and fitness swims, 1:3 teacher student ratio of beginner and Adult Learn to Swim programs, industry standard, clean and sanitized equipment.
  • How do I register and pay for a class, practice or event?"
    All registrations are done online. Some programs require pre-registration and payment in advance to secure a spot. You can check our calendar for upcoming classes and events and to register for a class, practice or event.
  • How many participants are in an Evolutionary Aquatics class, practices and events?"
    For your safety, all classes and practices are limited to 10 participants, not including coaches and instructors.
  • Do I need prior experience to be able to participate in a class?
    No prior swim or kayak experience is needed for Kayaking tours and Adult Learn To Swim programs. Beginner, Intermediate, and Advance Swim programs have prerequisites that will be covered as needed.
  • Are Evolutionary Aquatics activities safe?
    Any type of water activity can be dangerous if the proper safety precautions are not taken. We take safety very seriously. Before any class, there is a brief on-land safety review. Each program has the necessary safety equipment and First aid/CPR trained personnel on hand.
  • Can I bring my own kayak and proper PFDs to the kayak program activities?
    Yes. Both will be inspected before class for safety. If either are deemed unsafe, you will have to use EA’s equipment
  • What if I don’t want to wear or use the required safety equipment during the activity?
    You will not be allowed to participate in that activity. No exceptions. No refunds.
  • Is there a weight limit to participate in Evolutionary Aquatic classes, events, programs?"
    The maximum weight capacity for our sit-on-top kayaks is 350 lbs. There is not weight limit for the swim as long as the student is able to move unassisted.
  • What if there is inclement weather the day of or during my class, practice, or event?"
    Our number one priority is the safety of our participants and staff. We watch the weather and water levels closely in the days leading up to your trip and even the day of the event. If there is mist and/or light rain only, the class will continue. In the event that there are heavy downpours, inclement weather or high water during your trip or event, class will be delayed, and if we are on the water we will exit the water immediately. If inclement weather or high water happens to move in and we are forced to relocate, reschedule, or cancel your trip, tour, or clinic we'll do our best to notify you by phone and/or email ASAP. Please see our cancellation and refund policy below for additional information.
  • Is there an age limit for Evolutionary Aquatic programs classes?
    All participants must be at least 18 years of age or older.
  • How much physical exertion is needed to participate in an Evolutionary Aquatic activity?
    Each person and activity is different. You can expect to exert no more than 45 minutes in our classes and practices, more during our events. Please consult with your medical expert to make sure these activities are right for you.
  • Will I get wet during an Evolutionary Aquatic activity?
    Yes. Please dress appropriately for your participating activity.
  • What is the cancellation and refund policy?
    Please email us at info@evolutionaryaquatics.org to discuss.
  • Do you offer private lessons?
    Yes, we offer private, semi-private, and small group kayak and swim lessons. Contact us at infor@evolutionaryaquatics.org for more information
  • Did we miss your question?
    Email us at info@evolutionaryaquatics.org and let’s talk!
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