Swimming is the only motor activity allowed in the first months of life, with long-term benefits. Once you gain the ability to swim, you never lose it, regardless of the subsequent consistency of its practice.Through a personalized approach, our instructors will create the premises for the early development of certain important skills in the first 3 years of life. Among these: developing communication skills 11 months in advance and guidance and coordination skills 20 months in advance. In addition, it increases the ability to assimilate new knowledge, self-confidence, and they will develop an increased immunity.

Children love water

This can help the baby's physical and cognitive development



It’s the only motor activity allowed in the first months of life, with long-term benefits.


Reflex stimulation

Courses started before the age of 6 months stimulate the glottic reflex and the impulse of kicking the water with their feet


Harmonious development

Kids exercise more muscle groups in water than they do on land, they learn to increase their resistance to effort and dose it


Safety in an aquatic environment

Besides the fun aspect, aquatic education is an essential additional safety measure


Coordination of aquatic movement

Early mastery of aquatic movement offers children an advantage in learning swimming strokes later on


Muscle tone, balance, and coordination

Movement in water helps children learn how to walk faster and has beneficial effects on all development plans


Appetite and sleep

Exercises and playtime combined with the warm water stimulated their appetite and helps them sleep better


Growing self-esteem

Once independent in an aquatic environment, the child’s confidence grows and they are ready to try new things

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