Bert Lozada Swim School sets the standard

Bloggermoms and kids had a chance to try out basic swimming lessons from  Bert Lozada Swim School earlier. They invited us to bring in our kids for a free swim lesson and share about our time at their swim school, and I am excited to share our experience why you might love Bert Lozada Swim School, too!

Learning to swim is a vital survival skill that nearly all parents (including myself) desire their kids to acquire. Signing our kids up for swim classes is beneficial in many ways.

 It is a fun exercise that boosts a child's self- confidence. And we cannot discount the fact that basic swimming lessons may prevent drowning.  These are the reasons why I taught my daughter how to float on her back when she was a toddler. I took advantage of every opportunity we had then,  whenever we hit the beach or pool. And as soon as she developed confidence and joy in the water activities, I taught her how to kick and paddle her way around. She eventually learned to pull herself out of the water afterwards.

Not all swimming schools are created the same. Water safety and swim skills are vital survival skills and so the swim school's competency need not be compromised. Bert Lozada Swim School sets the bar for us when it comes to swimming lessons with emphasis on efficiency,  safety and fun.

BLSS instructors are certified in CPR and First Aid on top of having formal swim instructor training. With all three of these elements present in a BLSS instructor, he would be able to consistently carry out swim lessons.

According to Angelo and Pepper Lozada, they constantly update their acquired techniques. BLSS Master Coaches undergo comprehensive formal training courses and seminars abroad. They adapt valuable techniques and pass it on to the BLSS Member-Coaches.

BLSS has been breeding Champions since 1958. BLSS mentors powerful Swim Teams who compete in local, regional, national and international swim competitions, whose swim standings are recognized by Philippine Olympic Committee (POC), International Olympic Committee (IOC) and FINA (Federation Internationale de Natation).

As a general rule, no videos and photos may be taken inside Ace Water Spa's lockers and pool area. This is a one-time exemption, mainly for special blogging event promotion.

Bert Lozada Swim School