What is the PediaSwim Program?

Our PediaSwim Course provides children as young as 6 months with private, one-on-one lessons.  At the end of the course, your child will be able to swim with their face in the water and feet kicking at the surface.  They will learn to rotate onto their back to rest...

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Will my baby cry?

As a parent, it is natural to want to soothe your child's cry. Whether it is due to hunger or tiredness, we hate to see them cry. However, when your child cries during their PediaSwim lesson, engaging in the lesson will do more harm than good. One of the most common...

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Why Choose SouthWest Aquatics as your Swim Provider?

Your child deserves to learn from the best in aquatic education. At SouthWest Aquatics: We offer a warm indoor teaching pool.  It is kept between 88 and 90 degrees for our student's comfort. Our pools are designed for the ultimate swim lesson experience. All levels of...

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Why Swim at a young age – How to choose YOUR swim school!

Which sport you choose for your child could be a matter of life and death. Swimming is the most important activity a child can learn, especially in Florida. Soccer, dance, baseball and karate are optional, swimming is essential. Any healthy child can be taught to swim...

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The Importance of Proper Swimming Techniques

Parents want the best for their children. That is why it is so important that parents are educated on the value of proper swimming techniques. 1. Do not use floatation. 2. Do not teach your child to jump into the water. 3. Enroll your child in a course that teaches...

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Every Day is Water Safety Day!

Today we are celebrating International Water Safety Day!  At SouthWest Aquatics, water safety is our top priority. A drowning only takes seconds but the ramifications are felt forever.  Here are some important water safety tips:  Do not rely on a flotation device to...

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Just Say No To Mom & Tot Classes

Moms who want the best for their babies often ask me, "Should I choose a Mom and Tot class to get my child used to the water?" In a word, NO! And here is why: Many bad habits are taught in Mom and Tot classes and they are initial skills which means behaviors that are...

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