Find a way to connect in the process of learning to swim. Helping students learn and process information can make a huge difference in their overall abilities. Written by: Jessie Drogemuller Parent or guardian involvement can make a huge difference in how a child behaves during lessons. When the loved ones show excitement and support, the child will be more likely
Water makes a significant portion of the body, about 70% of the body. At AQUA, we believe this number can be even higher due to our LOVE of water. We have seen children that are fearless, shy, and everywhere in-between. We do believe that the earlier you can start lessons, the better. Being involved in swimming lessons can help save
You have made the important decision to enroll your infant or toddler into swimming lessons! Congratulations, you are making a very important safety decision for them and teaching them to be safe in the water. When you are in the water with your young one, learning to decode their signals can assist in making the lessons go smoother.
Swimming is a full-body workout that will keep your child healthy. No matter what stroke they are practicing, they are using most of their muscle groups to move their bodies through the water. Swimming builds strength, builds endurance, and tones muscles! This workout benefits your child from as young as two months old, all the way to their adult life.
Swimming is a great lifelong activity anyone can enjoy at any time. Our members love to spend time in the water! Did you know that swimming has been shown to improve the abilities and skills of athletes who participate in other sports like Football, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, or Cheerleading?
It is always best to get started learning safety and life skills as early as possible. AQUA offers swim lessons starting as young as two-months-old. Lessons for this age group are assisted with a parent in the water up until 3-years-old.