Private Swimming Lessons Available in The Comfort of Your Home throughout The Greater Carrollwood area
Florida Swim Company provides the best of the best, in terms of swim teachers, to come to your home or community pool to teach private swim lessons. Our customers see extraordinary progress in their swimmer’s ability because our lessons are specifically catered to that student’s needs. We focus on swim technique and weave water safety into every class. With Florida leading the nation in drownings, learning to swim is an essential ability to have!
Your time is important to us. That’s why we schedule swim class around the days and times you specify. Our swim teachers are available every day from sunrise to sunset. You tell us when you’re available and we’ll create a schedule based on that information.
Our patient swim instructors are experienced in all age ranges and skill levels. Whether your 6-month-old is experiencing the water for the first time, or you, as an adult, are checking “Learning to Swim” off your bucket list – we have the perfect swim instructor for you! All instructors are insured, background checked and hold multiple certifications in Basic Life Support, Lifeguarding and/or Water Safety Instruction.
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Water Safety Tips for Parents in the Greater Carrollwood Area
We advise parents to “Say No To Floaties” – These types of flotation devices give a false sense security to the child, and the parent.
Children do not understand that the flotation device to what keeps their head above water. We’ve seen children jump into pools before putting on the floaties because they do not know that they will sink.
An Oaklahoma mother recently had to perform CPR on her own 2 year old son after the child removed the floatie and then ran back to jump or fall into the pool. The mother advises parents to “Pay attention, even if the kids know how to swim.”
Children that get used to wearing floaties learn to swim in an upright position, making the learning process for swimming without floaties extremely difficult. Children will sink in a vertical position. Instructors have to spend multiple lessons correcting the child’s form to a horizontal, streamline position.