• How much time do you need to learn to swim?

    • March 10, 2020

    Certainly, more than once, when looking for a swimming course for yourself or your child, one question kept coming: “How long does it take to learn to swim?”. Today, we explain what the effectiveness of swimming lessons depends on and why not everyone can master swimming techniques in the same amount of time.

    Although some feel in the water “like a fish”, no one is born with the ability to swim. The body movements of professional swimmers only seem natural and easy to repeat. In fact, they are very precise and made according to a strictly defined style. Observing the success achieved in swimming by...

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  • Halliwick in the water – what is it about and what are its benefits?

    • February 20, 2020

    Thanks to the Halliwick method, everyone, regardless of age, disability and movement problems, can feel free and safe in the water. This method allows you to acquire swimming skills, the most important part of which is to get pleasure and joy from being in the aquatic environment. Halliwick in the water – what is it about and what are its benefits?

    Halliwick is a swimming learning concept for both healthy people who are afraid of water and for people with disabilities, with physical and learning disabilities. The origins of this method go back to the 1950s. Its principles and assumptions are developed to this day, with...

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  • Can swimming lessons correct posture defects?

    • February 20, 2020

    Among civilization diseases, posture defects occupy a leading place. How to deal with them? Learning to swim may be a cure, which is becoming increasingly popular as a modern method of correcting posture defects.

    The problem of posture defects applies especially to those who don’t move much and spend a lot of time in a sitting position, e.g. in front of electronic devices. Meanwhile, ignoring posture defects in childhood can result in serious health problems at a later time: back and spine pains and headaches. Learning to swim is helpful to ensure the proper posture.