infant survival swimTag
Taking a Break: How Will it Impact My Child’s Skills?
WHY SHOULD WE CONTINUE SWIM LESSONS?
Practice is essential to sustain or build skill in swimming. At Oklahoma Swim Academy, our #1..
Prioritizing Survival Swim Lessons: Why Start Now?
Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional death for children ages 1-4. Starting swim lessons ensures your child knows..
Working Together as a Team
Our Common Goal
As your child’s teacher, our goal for them is to learn survival skills in the water. We want them to love swim..
Pool Culture: A Call for Change
Is your perception of water putting your child’s life in danger?
Water has a reputation of tranquility and relaxation, but it is..
Myth of Dry Drowning
Can my child “dry drown?”
There is always a lot of fear when it comes to having your child put under water, especially for the first..
What is Parent-Tot?
Why should I enroll in parent-tot classes?
At Oklahoma Swim Academy we encourage parents to get their babies in the water as soon as..
OSA: Swimming Against the Current of Covid-19
How has Covid-19 impacted your life? Has it changed how and for which items you shop? Has it impacted the places you go and the..
This Too Shall Pass
While our world seems turned upside down and normalcy seems a thing of the past, it is important to remember that, ‘This too shall..
Drowning: A Friend’s Perspective
Written by: Christina Keifer, Office Manager at Oklahoma Swim Academy
Never in a million years did I think someone close to me would..
Swim Lessons Through a Toddler’s Eyes
A new toddler at the pool looks about with wide eyes.
New sights, new sounds, new people, but why?
A teacher stops by and kneels with..