What to Expect from a Infant Aquatics Swim Lesson

What to Expect from an Infant Aquatics Swim Lesson | Kathleen McMordie Infant Aquatics Katy Texas

Are you wondering what to expect from a typical Infant Aquatics lesson at Texas Swim Academy? Well, for one, your child will have the one-on-one attention he or she needs to learn and progress quickly in the water. Although each lesson is 15 minutes long, students learn an incredible amount within that time. Certified instructors are ready and willing to go above and beyond to introduce your child into the water and guide them through the lesson process where your child can learn to build a level of trust and comfort. To see your little swimmer progress quickly, we recommend attending swim lessons four times a week for 4-6 weeks.

Each lesson builds upon previous lessons helping swimmers progress. The frequency of lessons will immerse your child in the curriculum, allowing him or her to develop a level of trust at a faster rate.

You will truly be amazed at what your child is capable of! The confidence and independence Texas Swim Academy swimmers build can be a true relief for parents and brings us personal satisfaction that we are teaching children to save their lives.

Tune into the video below to learn more about our Infant Aquatics program.

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