UNIQUE & EFFECTIVE SWIMMING PROGRAM

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To contact us by mail:
aquachild
16604 NE 2nd Avenue.
North Miami Beach, Fl 33162

To contact us by phone:
(305)354-8306 or (305)354-8330

To contact us by email:
info@aquachild.com

Instructor Contact Numbers:
Scotty: 786-553-4027
Brian: 786-543-6623
Gianna: 954-243-6866
Laura: 786-553-4026

TESTIMONIALS
We were sadly late to start swimming lessons with our 2 and a half year old daughter, but once we started, we find out that it's better late than never. From day one, Scotty's gentle demeanor and fun-loving attitude truly put Lia at ease in the water. She was certainly very stiff at the beginning, but little by little, she became more relaxed and began looking forward to her classes and interactions each and every day. We are so thrilled with the results, and cannot wait to continue to nurture these amazing skills and sharing the results with our friends and family. In our daughter's own words, she went from being a mermaid to a "dolphin". We thank Scotty and the entire Aquachild staff for their kindness, patience and amazing experience! We'll be back for a refresher soon!!!
Posted by Lauren Cortinas miami shores, FL
Published on 05/18/2013
 
I'm pretty sure the kid who will drown Michael Phelps' record a decade from now will have a history that includes Aqua Child. I took my 15 month-old daughter for six weeks, and she learned how to hold her breath, float and what to do if she ever falls in the pool. Along the way, she also learned the pool is pretty awesome and it's fun to jump in and put your face in the water. Infant survival skills and giving confidence in the water is what Aqua Child excels at. The programs philosophy is nothing short of brilliant. Your child attends class Monday through Friday for 10 minutes. And mom and dad stay out of the water. The instructor carefully teaches your child the basic skills they will need should they (god forbid) ever fall into the pool. By the end of six weeks (some sooner) they are ready ...
Posted by Ginger H. Miami, FL
Published on 08/03/2009