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Who: Children ages 12 months and up - though we do take children that young our recommendation prior to 30 months is simply lots of water exposure and water in the face. Doing these things will help prepare any child for lessons. Parents are not expected to get in the water until the last lesson in some cases. As of 30 months we offer a guarantee. What are the details?

What: The great news is you don't need to buy anything for these lessons - many children just swim in their swim diaper. No crazy floating contraptions, no goggles, and no flippers. 

Where: The exact location of your session will be sent to you 24 hours prior to your session beginning to keep our host's privacy. Be sure to keep the parking instructions and your instructor's number handy just in case. What is a host?

When: Lessons during a session are ten minutes daily Monday to Friday and then Monday to Thursday the week after, always at the same time. We keep a five minute buffer between clients so that you can chat with us or if your child is close to a breakthrough work a little harder to get them there before the next lesson. We do swim in inclement weather unless it is dangerous (lightning).

How: Over the course of the nine lessons during your child's session they will learn basic self-rescue skills that can be built upon. What skills?