Getting The Kids Summer Ready Now!

I know it’s October and you may think I’m crazy talking about swimming in the late fall. But now is a GREAT time to be talking about it. SwimKids of Georgia has an indoor facility with a nice warm saltwater pool to train your kids how to be good swimmers in a short period of time (most often).

If you have been thinking about your spring break or summer vacation, then I urge you to think about your children’s ability to swim. I know that when I go on vacation I have 100% certainty that my children can safely swim to where they need and desire to go. Not that I don’t watch them, because I do. But it gives me peace knowing they are good swimmers!

Aside from swimming, SwimKids will teach your children (all ages welcome) how to survive in the water. That knowledge is absolutely priceless. Their techniques work. I’ve seen it over and over again with my own eyes and ears. To learn more about this, check out this article we wrote last fall – “Aquatic Survival Lessons at Swim Kids of Georgia”

Please, I am begging you! Take advantage of this opportunity. I want the rate of drowning children to vanish. But if it can go down this year that would be a small victory.

Thanks for listening to me preach. Now go sign up for swim lessons with SwimKids of Georgia!

More Details On Private Lessons:

What’s included in the private lessons?
-Weekly 10-minutes lessons
-One on one with a swim instructor
-Typically a six week process
These weekly lessons teach your child how to survive in the water! Private class times for this promo are Mornings (7am – 1:30pm) or Afternoons (3pm – 7pm)
{Best for ages 6 months – 4 years}

Learn More About Nadyne Siegel-Brown (Owner) at SwimKids of Georgia:

Nadyne has been teaching aquatic survival since 1987, dedicating her life to saving children from drowning. Her focus is on teaching infants, toddlers and young children proper survival skills and educating parents and caregivers on the layers of aquatic protection. Her passion is contagious, and most of her young students develop a love for swimming, which translates to a lifelong sport for health and well-being.

A message from Nadyne: Growing up in Central Florida, water has always been a huge part of my life. In 1986 I was introduced to aquatic self rescue for infants and toddlers when I enrolled my 18 month old in such a program. I was a water baby and that’s what I wanted for my son. Watching Jacob’s aquatic transformation inspired me to become an instructor. Searching for a gentler and more comprehensive approach to teaching swimming, Aquatic Specialist of Atlanta and then SwimKids of Georgia was born. Today, I am continuously honing my skills by learning new and innovative ways of teaching swimming from other instructors in the aquatics field. My young students never cease to amaze me with their aquatic abilities and their love for the water.

Over the years, I have received calls and letters from parents whose children have experienced an aquatic accident. Whether at a pool, lake, or hot tub, parents are incredibly relieved to find that their children have saved themselves. “The lessons really work!” It also gives me great pleasure to see so many of my students move on to competitive swimming both on summer and year round teams. The satisfaction gained from working with these children is the reward for all my efforts, and I look forward to waking up and going to work every day. I want to thank you for your interest in SwimKids of Georgia home of Infant Aquatic and I hope that you will take the steps to give your child the edge that could possibly save his/her life.

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