ISR: Infant Swimming Resource™

Our Infant Swimming Resource lessons are the best way for infants to start a lifelong relationship with swimming.

  • We LOVE David and Brad Worrell of WeAquatics! We first took ISR lessons with David, and then proceeded to weekly swim lessons with Brad. They are both so kind and gentle with little ones!

  • Brad, David, and Margie have all been absolutely wonderful with my child and what seems to be all of the children that attend WeAquatics. They are all extremely patient and very nice, not to mention in just 6 short weeks my child can roll over and float on his own. I highly recommend ISR through WeAquatics. We look forward to continuing our classes weekly.

    Rosebelle L
  • David was just wonderful, so calm and collected no matter the situation or the mood of the children on any given day. I was most impressed with him, from start to finish. I plan on enrolling my 9 month old once he has access to the pool again.


For best results, students should expect to swim 5 days per week (Monday–Friday).

The high frequency of these lessons is intended to help improve muscle memory. Generally, students will master the course within 5–7 weeks of consistent lessons.

The ISR program’s short duration makes it ideal for young children, as it breaks the swimming basics into simple learning bites for easy application. Though it’s natural to skip some lessons, bear in mind that breaks in the course might end up lengthening the process.

Who is it for?

ISR lessons are available to infants and children 6 months of age and older. Our lessons are private, meaning students will be able to learn at their own pace and in a safe environment.

What makes it special?

All ISR lessons are private (1:1) and last for 10 minutes. That means we can focus on the student for the duration of his or her lesson.

Students are taught age-appropriate lifesaving skills. Students under 15 months focus on rolling over from a facedown position in the water to an unassisted float. Students 15 months and older learn to swim facedown for 3–5 seconds. They are then taught to roll over and float unassisted in order to rest and breathe. No other program breaks these skills down and applies them in this way.


175 students trained
5 senior master instructors
7 million+ lessons delivered
788 survivals un-witnessed
500 +instructors trained
1700 +survivals witnessed
44 master instructors trained
0 ISR students who have drowned