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Infant

Survival lessons for infants can begin as early as 4 months old. At this age we will introduce them to the basics of survival swimming. There are two different approaches to infant lessons; your goals for your child will determine how often we need to see them in the pool.

Our team will introduce them into water, softly take them through the fundamental survival skills and always comfort your little one in this new learning environment. Lessons are recommended 3 times a week

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Toddler

For our toddler age group we jump right into the fundamentals of survival swimming. ​Once survival skills are mastered we progress their skills into a more independent/ problem solving skill set. While teaching these skills, we will also work on building confidence, learning respect for their personal limits in the water, and establishing safe practices. Lessons are recommended 3 times aa week.

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Child

Each child that begins lessons with us will always be taught survival skills and then progress through the program based on their individual needs. If your child is brand new to lessons or has experience in the water, we will start with survival swimming, progressive or navigational swimming, and then move into stroke work. The more we see your child in the pool the faster they will progress through the program. Lessons are recommended 2-3 times a week.

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Strokes

Strokes can be taught at any age, even into adulthood. Our program can be customized to any skill level. We have flexible scheduling options, competitive team options and something in between. We can help on a one to one basis or for stroke refinement our Pre-comp option is great for group style learning. We house our own competitive swim team for advanced swimmers.

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