An unintended tumble into a swimming pool or lake doesn’t have to end in disaster. Even babies can learn instinctively to save themselves in the water.
At the Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy, which opens Monday at the Jewish Community Center of Austin, instructors teach students as young as a few months old to flip onto their backs and float, then kick to the edge of the pool without panicking. Older, more skilled swimmers perfect their strokes, earning color-coded swim caps as they progress through the seven-level learn-to-swim program.
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