Is swimming really so difficult to learn that a child needs a professional to teach them? There are plenty of high school students that teach swim lessons out of neighborhood pools for almost nothing. Why should more money be spent, or more miles be driven, for formal swim lessons? It is okay to cut corners Read More
Myth #1: Survival swim lessons are traumatic to infants and toddlers. Truth: Survival Swim Development Network is composed of swim schools that are unified by a gentle approach to drowning prevention. There are certain organizations that may push babies excessively, even driving them to develop an aversion to water. The fear of this experience Read More
Are group swim lessons really cheaper than private lessons?
Fun, Stroke Development, Survival Swim, Water Safety
The answer to this question is not a simple as the price tag on the lesson itself. It is easy to look at the tag of a private lesson being $30 for 15 minutes and to say it is more expensive than a group lesson at $20 for 30 minutes, however the math is not as Read More
The answer is no, you would not drown. I have seen this tag line circulating around Social Media in the weeks leading up to the 2018 Super Bowl and want to correct the semantics of the statement. Although Tom Brady does ingest an absurd amount of liquid, doing the same would not drown you. It Read More
A child is never too young to learn to swim. Teaching an infant or toddler how to maneuver in the water with confidence can save their life during an accident. Most children do not learn how to swim until they are at least four years old, but by this time, many are not confident with Read More