Swim Float Swim Video Library

We’ve created this video library to help parents learn about us and the programs we offer for children of all ages.

Discover the Difference


Learn about us and why we were voted best by the Times Call Readers Choice Awards.

Parents Speak out


Hear what our parents have to say about SWIM•Float•SWIM!℠

Meet Our Instructors


Our instructors discuss the rewards and challenges involved in teaching children of all ages to safely enjoy the water.

Survival Skills to Strokes!


View the skill progression for infants, toddlers and preschoolers, including the transition to stroke development.

Watch the Progress!


A 7 month old learns lifesaving skills in 16 lessons

This is the Moment


One moment can change a life.

Infant Aquatic Survival℠


Infants 6-12 months learn to save themselves in the water by rolling onto their backs to rest until they can be rescued.

Infants 6 to 9 Months


Watch what your 6-9 month old can learn in our very first Infant Aquatics℠ swim classes.

Infant Aquatics℠


Our signature program teaches children 1-3 years the SWIM•Float•SWIM!℠ sequence.

Toddler Aquatic Survival


This 15 month old can swim float swim wearing fleece clothing, a diaper and shoes.

Swim Wizards


Children 4 years and up learn to perform the SWIM•Float•SWIM!℠ sequence in deep water in preparation for stroke technique classes.

Aquababies


SWIM•Float•SWIM!℠ babies practice aquatic survival skills learned in private lessons in weekly parent/tot swim class.

FunDay


Following private Infant Aquatics lessons, SWIM•Float•SWIM!℠ students attend weekly FunDay class to strengthen skills and discover the joy of swimming.

Strokes N’Floats


4 year olds at SWIM•Float•SWIM!℠ are introduced to developmental swim stroke techniques in a fun atmosphere.

Stroke School


SWIM•Float•SWIM!℠ students learn techniques of core swimming to master freestyle, backstroke, butterfly and breast stroke.

Stroke Development


5 year olds learn stroke technique through drills designed to teach backstroke, freestyle, butterfly and breaststroke.

Contact Us

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