Waterbabies learning result

Baby spends 10 months in fluid like environment inside mother’s body so they do not feel strange being in the water.All babies are born to be swimmers!

However, this instinct of being in water comfortably will diminish with age and may turn into fear. So we encourage babies to start swimming earlier in life.

This is definitely a precious lifelong present to your kids. Swimming is an important survival skill and also enhances the kids’ learning capability in general.

It promotes bondingIt promotes bonding
Skin-to-skin contact strengthens the bond between you and your child. It also stimulates all 5 senses.

It builds confidence and independence in water, develops their learning skillsIt builds confidence and independence in water, develops their learning skills
As your baby responds to repetitive voice
commands, it sharpens their mental skills
and increases their levels of understanding.
Exercises that involve moving independently
in water and holding on to the side are
wonderful for your baby’s confidence.

It prevents the fear of waterIt prevents the fear of water
It’s great fun to swim with your baby. Parents’ encouragement helps their babies overcome the fear of water and hence they will learn to swim earlier. You will be proud of what your baby can do!

It teaches life-saving skills and water safetyIt teaches life-saving skills and water safety
Your babies will learn various practical and simple
life-saving skills and water safety techniques. This helps them feel at
ease and learn how to respond when moving around in water.

It builds their strength, co-ordination and balanceIt builds their strength, co-ordination and balance
Norwegian University of Science and Technology observed the baby swimmers who had participated in swimming classes from the age of 3 months. At approximately age 5, these baby swimmers have been tested again on abilities of physical activities. ᅠThe results found that these baby swimmers were better in exercises that related to balance and the ability to reach for things compared with the babies did not learn swimming.

It makes baby smartIt makes baby smart
Professor Liselott Diem of the German Sports Centre found that swimming
babies had advanced motor development, social skills and intelligence.
Reference: Professor Liselott Diem, German Sports Centre, Cologne, 1974-1976

It strengthens the heart, lung and immunityIt strengthens the heart, lung and immunity
Each lesson provides a complete physical work-out, strengthening your baby’s heart and lungs and in turn aiding development of the brain — including stimulating all 5 senses (taste, smell, touch, sight and sound). You and your baby can burn up to 300 calories each lesson.

It improves digestive system and sleepIt improves digestive system and sleep
Warm water relaxes your baby, and swimming stimulates their appetite; for you, the good news is improved sleeping and eating patterns!