Baby Splash Class
Our Baby Splash is the first class in our learn-to-swim program. This free class introduces babies into the water in a fun and gentle way. Our 2-5 month old swimmers are introduced to water safety skills in a warm temperature controlled pool; designed smaller for safety and member experience. Classes are held with both parent and child in the water. Parents can expect to learn how to properly hold and position their children in the water for safety and comfort. Coaches provide guidance and instruction inside the pool; leading the activities. At this age, fully submerging your body, holding your breath, blowing bubbles, and being genuinely comfortable around the water is a HUGE SUCCESS! Classes are upbeat with baby friendly music, sing-a-longs, games, colorful pool toys, and bubbles. Swimming lessons at this level may feel repetitive. This consistency allows students to become truly comfortable and confident in the water. Building muscle memory and a strong foundation on which they can later work on propulsion through the water is important. Our goal is a safe, fun, nurturing environment where little ones can develop sound, positive feelings about themselves and learning. ***Students are required to use a reusable cloth diaper.
Baby Splash Class
Lily Pad Swim School
Our Tadpoles swim class consists of our youngest independent swimmers. Much like our parent-child classes, Tadpoles immediately get to work on learning very important water safety and survival skills.
Bubblefish immediately get to work on learning very important water safety and survival skills. Students will immediately be introduced to (or continue developing) their back float, swim-to-wall, monkey crawls, and practice independently climbing out of the pool.
The Goldfish class is where you’ll find our 4-5 year old beginners. Similar to all our classes, watery safety and survival skills are immediately and continuously taught. This level works to develop a foundation for independent freestyle swimming. Each class works on arm and kick development in preparation for future stroke and breathing techniques.
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