Our first group of babies has already started with group sessions of aquatic stimulation. In the following video, you can see them making their first splashes and dives in the water with their mothers.
It is beautiful to see them discover new and stimulating sensations. These sessions offer so much more than these dives and splashes, as our physiotherapist Paula Valdés explains:
“The main benefits are the improvement of the respiratory response (development of the respiratory system) the work of control of the buccal closure, and the activation of the apnea and the palpebral reflex. The immersion is considered an indispensable activity in the process of development and adaptation to the aquatic environment, but being in water also requires a correct adaptation of the breath. So we combine the two immersion-breathing processes. The traditional ways of beginning the exercise is to submerge the baby, forcing it to close the mouth on contact with the water.
The learning of breathing requires an adapted and safe environment. This safe environment generates a positive, constructive environment, where children and their companions are able to build their own self-awareness, their own responses to objects, space and time, in the aquatic environment. This aquatic exposure invites the exploration of the aquatic environment and everything that surrounds it. “
If you want more information about these sessions and experience them for yourself, call 96 565 18 83.