Learn to swim with confidence. The American Red Cross offers swim lessons for infants, children, teenagers and adults. With classes for those ages six months and older, you and your entire family can learn to master the skills needed to help you swim safely.
Avoiding the Controversy and Criticism: Survival Swimming Lessons March 08, 2018 JoAnn Barnett, ISR SMI In essence, the criticism and controversy surrounding survival swimming lessons does not spawn from the notion that an infant or young child knowing how to save himself in the water is worthy of criticism nor controversy.
Instruction in Swimming offers swimming lessons to people of all ages, from infants to senior citizens, so there are swimming lessons in Wichita, KS for you. Instruction in Swimming will teach you how to swim the butterfly stroke, breast stroke, high elbow catch, power stroke, crawl, sidestroke, trudgen, freestyle, backstroke, dog paddle and more.
The Infant Aquatics Network is comprised of 100 certified survival swim instructors from around the world, teaching self rescue swim lessons to infants, toddlers and young children using the swim-float-swim method. With unparalleled training, our instructors are uniquely qualified to teach your child to swim and survive a water accident.
Rental requests, swimming lessons and memberships will be accepted at the POOL ONLY beginning May 26th. Location Central Park Community Pool 7350 East Central Park Avenue Bel Aire, KS 67226 Pool Hours Weekdays 1-7pm* Weekends (Sat & Sun) 1-6pm* *Pool hours subject to change.
Bio: Ashley (Robi) has been coaching kids and teaching swim lessons for 6 years at private swim schools and swim clubs. She was a 4-time state champion, swam in college for NCAA Division 1 Kansas University, qualified for NCAA championships and holds a college record.
Swim Lessons In our program, children learn to swim in a safe and positive environment. Making safety a priority, our instructors teach young swimmers how to swim back to the wall after an accidental fall in the water, how to roll to back float, and how to master breathing, using arms and kicking in order to swim to safety.