Here we teach parents and guardians to coach their infants in the water; as a result, the swimming babies develop emotional stability, deeper sleep, and better feeding.
Teaching a newborn to swim is not just a fashionable trend; it is an opportunity to unleash the baby’s potential.
Infants with psychomotor developmental delays benefit the most from the program: the weightless environment restores and normalizes body functions, rhythmical diving accelerates metabolic processes, and the organism goes into “repair mode”.
Swimming and water exercise allows infants to:
“take a break” from gravity and move freely in the 3D environment; learn to swim and have fun in the water; get exercise therapy; become stronger and more resistant to illnesses.
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