How expensive are infant swimming lessons? 

Every year in the United States, nearly 800 children under the age of 15 die in drowning accidents. Nearly half of those children are under the age of 5 years old. At Safety 1st Aquatics, we are committed to irradicating these tragedies once and for all, as well as providing people of all ages the skillset they need to not only be safe in and around the water but to also have a fulfilling relationship with the water and its associated activities. 

Many people have had bad experiences with swim lessons. Some companies, like many of our competitors, have reputations for lackluster lessons and unprofessional instructors that make getting swim lessons a tiresome task. We, at Safety 1st Aquatics, seek to establish an atmosphere of professionalism and trust with our clients as well as provide unmatched services and meet our learning objectives with clients on a guaranteed basis. We do not approve of many other companies conduct, and in our 4 years of business, we have set a new precedent for excellence in this industry. 

Our instructors are heavily vetted for experience and expertise as well as thorough background checking. It is of utmost importance to us that all our instructors are not only professional but also trustworthy and knowledgeable. With this in mind, we come to our clients with the best team providing the best service in the industry, built on a foundation of safety and experience. 

For those of you who are wanting to get swim lessons for your infants, you may be wondering what our pricing is. First, let us explain exactly what you get by signing up for swim lessons with us, and if you’d like to skip to the pricing, feel free to scroll to the bottom of this blog to the section titled “Pricing.”

Our “Learn to Swim” Guarantee

At Safety 1st Aquatics, we aspire to meet every single one of our clients learning objectives. This goes for anyone of any age, but when it comes to infants, we have a very specific set of learning objectives. After 18 private lessons the infant should be able to…..

  1. Put their face in the water and possibly hold their breathe
  2. Possibly complete assisted dives and retrieve toys
  3. Be able to float with assistance or on their own.

Learning to swim begins with safety, and with infants, safety is the top priority by a large margin. After learning these essential skills, they may be taught to swim. 

Pricing, How does it work? 

30-Minute Lessons

  • $50/lesson
  • $47/lesson for 12 lessons
  • $44/lesson for 18 lessons
  • $40/lesson for 24 lessons

45-Minute Lessons

  • $60/lesson
  • $57/lesson for 12 lessons
  • $54/lesson for 18 lessons
  • $50/lesson for 24 lessons

1-hour Lessons

  • $73/lesson
  • $70/lesson for 12 lessons
  • $65/lesson for 18 lessons
  • $60/lesson for 24 lessons

Why are infant swim lessons important? 

Now that you know our pricing, you may be wondering why infant swim lessons are important. If you are looking for an in depth explanation to this question, head on over to our blogs and check out the one titled “Why are infant swim lessons important?” Here you will find an excerpt from that blog and one of the main reasons why infant swim lessons are vital. 

Comfort in the Water

Have you ever met people who grew up by the ocean, and have absolutely zero fear about going in the ocean, confronting large and intimidating waves? Well we have too. Have you ever noticed that when you ask them why they have very little fear surrounding the ocean, they usually always say something along the lines of, “Well, I grew up in the water.” This is exactly the point we want to get across here. 

Early exposure to water in a safe environment, with supervision, allows a child to be accustomed to the water. They learn how it feels to float. They overcome any innate fear responses they may have with the guidance of instructors and parents that allows them to gain confidence in the water. Eventually, they learn the skills necessary to navigate the water themselves. However, that is more for the older kids. Let’s stick with the toddlers. 

Building up comfort in the water at an early age allows them to grow up without fear of the water. This reduces their risk of developing aquaphobia, the fear of the water, to almost zero. Comfort in the water reduces their risk of panics in swimming scenarios and makes them more competent as a person in and around water. Fortunately, water has more uses than swimming such as surfing, wakeboarding, and many other fun activities people do to enjoy the water. If your infant develops comfort in the water at an early age, they are much more likely to not only lack paralyzing fear around water, but also make use of it in productive and fun ways. 

If your infant does not come in contact with water at an early age and learn to navigate it in a safe and competent way, they are much more likely to grow up avoiding it altogether. If they are to take swim lessons later in life, they my find it difficult to get comfortable if they did not have early exposure to it. 

Although its certainly not impossible to learn to swim later in life, it will absolutely help them if they were taught at an early age to remain calm and use the survival techniques they were taught as babies. 

Are you ready? 

You now know everything you need to know on pricing. Are you ready to sign up your infant for swim lessons? If so, head on over to our registration page, or if you need more information, check our list of blogs covering everything you need to know regarding infant swimming lessons. With that in mind, remember, infants deserve to be taught to swim, and if you are ready, we’ll be there every step of the way to help them learn the skills they need to become safe, competent swimmers. 

Thanks for reading, and we’ll see you at the pool! 


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