Infant Swimming Resource’s Self-Rescue™

ISR CLASSES

6-12 MONTHS

Lessons for children 6-12 month old focus on teaching the child to roll onto their back to float, rest-and-breathe, and to be able to maintain this life-saving position until help arrives.  

1-6 YEARS

Lessons for children 1-6 years old focus on teaching the swim-float-swim survival sequence. Children learn to swim with their head down; roll onto their back to float, rest, and breathe; and roll back over to resume swimming until they reach the side of the pool, where they can either crawl out or until they can be rescued.

REFRESHER LESSONS

Refresher lessons are extremely important in continuing and maintaining your child's ISR Self-Rescue™ skill development. Children grow and develop rapidly from infants to toddlers and young children. This development process represents improved strength, coordination, and a more finely tuned cognitive ability. In accordance with this growth, children enrolled in ISR return periodically to participate in Refresher Lessons.

CROSSFIT KIDS

ISR and CrossFit Kids are working together to "Prepare Children for the Unexpected." Through this unique initiative, many more families now have access to the safest survival swimming lessons in the world. These lessons work to empower their children with ISR Self-Rescue™ skills – building a foundation for a lifetime of safety, fun and fitness in the water.

Pricing

One-time Registration fee: $105

(paid directly to ISR, upon approval)

 

$110/week paid to ISR Pearland

More Parent Info

It's important to remember that your child is NOT crying because he or she is hurt, or afraid, or being forced to do something he or she is not capable of doing.  

 

Crying is a completely normal reaction for a young child who is in a new and challenging situation, without yet the verbal skills to express themselves.

 

As you observe the lesson, your child will be watching for your reaction and support.  So it's important that you show your enthusiasm, especially if your child is crying. Watch intently, smile, and clap approvingly to show your child that you are proud of his or her accomplishments.  

 

You are your child's number one cheerleader!