A snugly-fit bathing suit or swim trunks to ensure free movement and less drag for the little swimmer.
To reinforce sun protection, we encourage all our students to wear a rash guard or a sun suit over their bathing suit. These suits are usually made of spandex, lycra or polyester,and the material has an inherent SPF (Sun Protection Factor). If you or your child gets cold easily in the water, we recommend to wear a NEOPRENE wet suit over your swimsuit to keep warm during swimming lessons.
For custom-made rash guards and wetsuits, please contact Lisa Guevara at 0917-526-8112.
Our young swimmers can focus and learn better when they can see clearly underwater. Getting them the right pair of goggles is very important. You should have your child try on the goggles before you purchase them to ensure that it is comfortable, fit well, and is easy to adjust. Tinted lenses are recommended if you swim outdoors to protect the eyes from the glaring rays of the sun.
We have Aqua Sphere™ and Zoggs™ goggles for sale, please email email@example.com or call 0917-858-2782 to order.
Children are required to wear swim diapers if they are potty trained to reduce the risk of deadly bacteria released in the water. We highly recommend the double nappy system. This means a swim nappy (disposable or reusable) must be worn with a neoprene nappy over the top.
You want to make sure that you dry off your child when you take them out of the pool and wrap your child with a towel or a robe to keep them warm after their swim lesson.
- Waterproof Sunscreen (at least 30 SPF)
If you will be swimming in an outdoor pool, we have to protect our child from the harmful rays of the sun by using a sunscreen specifically formulated for babies/children. Apply sunscreen at least 30 minutes before the swim lesson to let the skin absorb it, and to also avoid any excess lotion running down the child’s eyes. Trust us on the sunscreen!
- Non-Slip Slippers or Shoe
We highly-recommend that the students and parents wear non-slip shoes or slippers around the pool deck to avoid any accidents since the area is always wet.