Infant Aquatic Survival
Originally Published: Dec 23, 2019
The Infant Aquatic Survival program is unlike any other swim program in our area. IAS Certified Instructor Kelly Mello will teach your infant, toddler, or young child the age-appropriate skills that could potentially help them to survive an unexpected encounter with water. Infants (age 6 months until walking) will learn to roll back into a survival float from fall-in or face-down submersion. Children who are walking learn the swim-float-swim sequence, allowing them to swim to safety while using their survival float to rest and breath as needed. Lessons are every day Monday-Thursday and last 10 minutes.
Infants (ages 6 months to 10 months) | four lessons per week for four weeks (16 ten-minute lessons)
Members: $125 per week, $500 total | Non-members: $150 per week, $600 total
Toddlers (walking and up) | four lessons per week for six weeks (24 ten-minute lessons)
Members: $125 per week, $750 total | Non-members: $150 per week, $900 total
Registration fee: Members $100/child, 2nd child 50% off | Non-members $125/child, 2nd child 50% off
Download a PDF of the Infant Aquatic Survival class guidelines.
Download a PDF of the Infant Aquatic Survival Class Agreement Form.
To view videos of Kelly’s classes, click here.
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