Despite its name, the Infant Aquatics Survival program at Texas Swim Academy isn’t just for babies! The program equips young children as well with the essential skills he or she needs to feel safe, comfortable, and confident in the water.
Texas Swim Academy strives to not only teach students how to swim but essential water safety skills and survival techniques. Students as young as six months old can turn to face the water and roll-back-to-float when they need to breathe, which is a crucial skill to learn in the event of an accidental plunge in the water. A high priority for us is making sure every child learns these necessary skills of survival. While it is recommended for parents to enroll their children in swim lessons as early as possible, we welcome young children to enroll in this fundamental program as well.
As an Infant Aquatic Survival specialist, I believe in not only teaching students how swim, but also teaching them water safety and survival skills that they can use for a lifetime. If you have any questions, please contact me directly or stop by our facility.
Tune into the video below to learn more about the Infant Aquatic Survival program at Texas Swim Academy: