Swimming provides a combination of an aerobic workout with strength building in your arms, core and legs. Since you're in water, you are buoyant, which removes any shock to your joints. When you start a swimming program, you may find that it is difficult to complete a lap and you're quite breathless, even if you are already fit. This is because swimming requires controlled breathing when your face is in the water, which takes time to learn. To progress as a swimmer, you need to take lessons, but you can start learning to swim by trying a number of things on your own.
We provide swim lessons for beginners to advanced swimmers and we help instructors or parents to become better swim teachers The program is easy, fast, effective and guarantee you results from the first class
Improve all strokes, build your stamina and endurance, reduce your effort while swimming, learn how to swim in a relaxed manner, learn how to swim faster and longer with proper stable swim technique. We are also offering training courses for water life saving skills, rescue introduction and first aid attitude facing a person in stress in deep pool.
Aquatic Therapy is defined as "The use of water and specifically designed activity by qualified personnel to aid in the restoration, extension, maintenance and quality of function for persons with acute, transient, or chronic disabilities, syndromes or diseases" by the Aquatic Therapy