ISR Swimming Lessons

Lydia is a certified ISR Swim Instructor and offers swim lessons. 

Every day in the United States, children are at risk of losing their lives by accidentally falling into water without proper supervision. Drowning is one of the leading causes of death for children 4 and under in the U.S. The peace of mind that comes with knowing that your child can save himself or herself in an aquatic emergency is priceless.

Infant Swimming Resource’s Self-Rescue™ program teaches children how to survive if they were to encounter the water alone. ISR lessons are one-on-one and customized to the developmental level of each child. Babies who can sit on their own (generally six months to 12 months old) learn to hold their breath underwater, roll onto their back to float, and rest and breathe.

Children who can walk (generally one year of age up to six years) learn to hold their breath underwater, swim with their head down and eyes open, roll onto their back to float, rest and breathe, and roll back over to resume swimming until they reach the side of the pool and can crawl out. Each program is approximately a 7-8 week course, scheduled 5 days per week, (Monday through Friday) for 10 minutes maximum each day.

To learn more about ISR swim lessons: https://www.infantswim.com/lessons/isr-lessons.html

SWIM YOUR WAY TO SAFETY

Ensuring safety with every splash with personalized 1-on-1 swim lessons for ages 6 mo – 6 years.

Lydia is offering ISR swim lessons at her pool in St. Petersburg, FL. Our lessons are 7 – 8 weeks long, 5 days a week, Monday – Friday for a maximum of 10 minutes a day.

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Contact lydia.kutz@infantswim.com if you have questions.

As a certified Red Cross Lifeguard, Lydia is available to lifeguard your private pool party!

Are large groups of friends and families getting together with a pool involved?

The more people present, the more eyes on the pool which means the safer the pool, right? Wrong. The more people present, the more assumptions are made and distractions there can be.

Please do not assume that someone is watching over your children. They’re making the same assumptions about you.
Do not assume that older kids will help out with the smaller kids. They’re distracted and enjoying themselves.
Do not assume your small children are safe inside. Children wander and doors get left open.
Please do not assume there is a commotion with drowning. Drowning is silent.

Find peace in hiring a lifeguard.

Hiring a lifeguard designates a trained professional to keep eyes on the water at all times. They know what to do in an emergency and you don’t have to worry about whose turn it is to watch the children.

Help make sure everyone in the pool is safely playing and doesn’t become a statistic.