What is Infant Toddler Survival Swimming?
Survival swimming provides children with the ability to recover, float and breathe until help arrives in the event they end up in the water unexpectedly or alone.
Learning to roll from a face down to a back float position is the first and most essential skill taught to infants and toddlers. This creates the foundation upon which we build swimming skills.
What is Infant Toddler Survival Swamming?
As children learn to walk and develop they learn directional and movement skills which we will develop into freestyle and back stroke.
This program has proven time after time skills such as these save lives, provide boundaries, and build confidence.