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Austswim recommends infants be introduced to the aquatic environment from 6 months of age.

Infants less than a year old accept water more readily than older children. Water familiarisation is really important. Bathtime can help with this process, infants and children can play and explore the water.

Infant swimming lessons are a great social activity for both child and parent. They are fun and are the foundation of learning a life skill. Infants will learn how the water feels, how it moves, what sinks, what floats and more importantly, how they can move in the water.

As a parent, you will learn the correct way to hold your child. They will learn how to move through the water in different positions, on their front and on their back. Infants will learn how to hold the wall, how to move along the wall using their hands and parents will learn how to submerge their child underwater correctly, all of which will lead to initial independence and love of the water.

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