Swimming classes with Survival Swim Club

What is Aquatic therapy?

Aquatic therapy, also known as water therapy or hydrotherapy, is a form of therapy that uses water as a therapeutic medium. It is commonly used for individuals with special needs, including children, to provide a safe and supportive environment for motor skill development, sensory integration, and overall physical well-being.

Aquatic therapy can help improve strength, balance, coordination, and range of motion, help children with sensory processing difficulties by providing a calming and regulating experience, help build muscle strength and coordination, and provide opportunities for social engagement and interaction with peers.

Our Program Director Ms. Ranjani Poobalan has training in Aquatic Therapy, and we arecollaborating with Swimming schools in Cambodia like Survival Swim Club and Dory SwimmingSchool to provide our students with training in swimming and survival skills.

What are the benefits of Aquatic therapy?


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