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Children ages 2-9 months
The Jelly Fish program emphasizes a reintroduction to the water for infants using relaxation techniques. The goal is to gain comfort while in the water and floating on the back. Sumbersion skills are NOT emphasised in this progam, but may be introduced after a couple of months. Babies work 1:1 with one of our highly trained instructors for 10-15 minutes in our 90 degree pool.
Infant Survival - Toadally Toddlers
Children ages 10 – 36 months
Basic survival skills are taught at this age, rolling from a face down to back float position until help arrives. Movement and kicking skills start phase two where endurance and stroke development build to freestyle and backstroke.
Age 4 and up
The foundation for all swimming skills must begin with, comfort, survival skills, and proper body alignment for skill development. Instructors will focus on the basics, floating, gliding, face in the water, in preparation for stroke development.
Polar Bear Clinic
This advanced program is for children who want to learn all four competitive strokes, starts and turns. This is a 45 minute class with up to 6 students.
At Aquatic Adventures, we believe water is the ultimate medium. Many children and adults who have special needs can find freedom and comfort in the water. The adapted aquatics program is individualized to meet the needs of the student. We will work closely with the student and family for whatever they desire, increased strength, flexibility, endurance, learn to swim or relaxation. Most of our students will work 1:1 with an instructor.