Therapy Thursday: Sick of Being Sick?

Increasing the strength of your core and respiratory muscles can make you healthier this winter!  

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Tips and Tricks: Your Child’s First Lesson

As a parent, there are a few things you can do to ease your swimmer into their first lesson successfully.  Throughout our 20 years of experience, we’ve found that the best way to a successful lesson is to ensure that parents feel confident, comfortable and excited about their child’s lesson with their new instructor.
Your child’s […]

Swim Angelfish Core Values: We Keep It REAL

Therapy Thursday: Working with Land-Based Therapy Teams

Working with land therapists to bring therapeutic taping into the water!

Our therapists work with our children’s land-based team to reach the following joint therapy goals.

Therapy Goals:
1. Increase symmetry in trunk to improve postural control, respiration, and strength.
2. Facilitate appropriate balance and equilibrium reactions.
3. Improve postural alignment and maximize independent function.

A Day in the Life: Tough Lesson?

If you’re a swim instructor, odds are you have experienced at least one of these lessons: You’ve had a long day, chlorine levels are high and all you can think about is getting out of that tight wetsuit. John sits down on the stairs; you can see the anxiety in his rigid body tone and […]

Therapy Thursday: Using Equipment to Assist Body Position

As part of our community outreach, we have decided to give regular therapy tips and tricks for aquatic professionals.   The theme of this week is: How to use equipment to assist body position for independence.  #movingbymyself.  #practicingwalking #aquatictherapy