Swimming lessons for babies and children strengthen their immunity to diseases and promote their development.
Swimming stimulates babies’ growth and development. Swimming also strenghtens babies’ muscles. As a result of swimming, babies begin sitting, standing, and walking earlier, and are generally more active than their “non-swimming” peers. Water positively affects a baby’s emotions. After swimming the baby feels calmer, sleeps better, and his appetite improves.
Massage strengthens a baby’s immune system, improves blood circulation and muscle tone, stimulates psychomotoric development, decreases abdominal cramps, and improves digestion. After massage babies sleep and eat better, and become calmer.