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Three Big Reasons to Enroll Your Child in a Swim Survival Program

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Learning how to swim is an important life skill that keeps everyone safe, healthy, and happy in and around the water. When considering a swim program, parents will find that after doing a quick search online, that there are many different types of swim programs to choose from. Here are three big reasons to choose
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31 Jul

How Are Survival Swim Lessons Conducted at Texas Swim Academy?

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The Survival Swim class at Texas Swim Academy is a unique style of infant swimming lessons set out to provide a more comprehensive and critical set of water skills than a typical baby swim program. Our number one priority is safety and our dedicated and knowledgeable instructors equip every child in this program with the necessary
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24 Apr

What Makes Survival Swim Different from a Typical Baby Swim Class?

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Our Survival Swim program is not a fancy name to describe your typical “baby swim lesson”. Our Survival Swim program provides a more comprehensive and critical set of water skills than a typical baby swim program would. Since safety is our number one priority, we believe that learning basic survival skills in the water should
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23 Feb

Tips for Getting Your Baby to Love the Water

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The simplest advice for getting your child to love the water is, “start young!” That includes aquatic survival lessons for infants as young as 6 months old (we’ve discussed in-depth the benefits of early swim in the past). Love for the water starts at home and there are several ways you can build your child’s
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15 Jan

The Natural Reflexes of a Swimming Baby

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Many parents and caregivers are amazed by our baby swimming videos of infants as young as six months old successfully practicing advanced water survival techniques, rolling over, floating and even swimming underwater. We’d like to take all the credit, but it turns out babies are programmed by instinct with two very helpful natural reflexes to help
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17 Jun

Should Parents Be Concerned About Secondary Drowning After a Swim Lesson?

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Many don’t realize that drowning can occur outside of a swimming pool. It’s a phenomenon known as “dry drowning” or “secondary drowning” that happens when someone breathes in small amounts of water during a struggle. That triggers muscles in the airways to spasm which can make it hard to breathe. There have been many blogs
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21 Mar

Survival Swim vs. Mainstream Infant Swimming Lessons

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Our most popular swim program is called, “Survival Swim” and the name was chosen carefully, not simply as a fancy alternative to “baby swim class.”Our survival swim program is specially designed to teach a more comprehensive and critical set of water skills than mainstream infant swimming lessons, in a one-on-one setting that emphasizes effective instruction.
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19 Mar

Baby Learning Improves with Swim Lessons

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An important additional benefit of survival swim is one that many parents are not aware of when considering baby swim classes: early swim can make your infant smarter and more capable outside of the pool. The results of the Griffith Institute Early Years Swimming study are encouraging for any parents who want to give their
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14 Mar

A Swimming Baby Is a Safer Baby

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A swimming baby is a safer baby, this is the mantra we work by at Texas Swim Academy. It’s not just common sense, or a marketing line – some very important numbers back up this statement. The most important recent swim safety study is from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, who
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26 Feb

How to Prepare Your Baby for Survival Swim Lessons

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Parents often struggle with knowing when to start baby swim classes, not just the”Mommy & Me” kind but actual instruction designed to teach infants and toddlers how to swim and be safe in and around the water. How early is too early? We do not off “Mommy & Me” classes, but a special program focused
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