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USD $500.00
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USD $ 500.00 / 5 hour(s)

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ISR swim classes
Open 24/7
Description

ISR lessons are 5 days a week for approximately 6 weeks. Each lesson is no longer than 10 minutes. This package is for 30 lessons (a full session). Please contact the instructor after purchase to schedule your child's session. Please keep in mind availability may vary depending on time of year. Some children need longer than the 30 lesson package. If this is the case, lessons will be billed weekly after the initial 30 lessons is completed.
ISR’s unique results are achieved through fully customized, safe and effective, one-on-one lessons with only your child and the Instructor in the water. What your child will learn, and the way he or she will learn it, is what makes ISR so different from traditional swimming lessons. Always putting safety first, ISR emphasizes competence, which leads to confidence, and provides the foundation for a lifetime of enjoyment in and around the water. Children ages 6 months to 1 year learn the ISR Self-Rescue® skill of rolling onto their backs to float, rest and breathe. They learn to maintain this position until help arrives. Older, more mobile children will learn the full ISR Self-Rescue® sequence of swimming until they need air, rotating onto the back to float, then rolling back over to continue swimming. ISR students are taught to repeat this sequence until they reach the safety of the steps, side of the pool, or the shoreline.

Add-ons
  • Sibling + USD $500.00
Location:
Raleigh Raleigh, North Carolina United States 27612
About the service provider

Hello! I am a Certified Infant Swimming Resource instructor (ISR) in the Raleigh/Triangle area. I teach life-saving and survival swimming to children ages 6 months and older. Infants will learn how to hold their breath underwater, roll onto their back, and float and breathe until someone can rescue them. Toddlers will learn how to swim underwater, roll onto their back to rest and breathe, then roll in and keep swimming until they reach safety. I am deeply passionate about water safety and learning how to swim in a comfortable and safe environment.



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