New Pasadena Instructors

Waterworks Aquatics would like to welcome our new Pasadena instructors – Anahie & Gabby!

To find out more about their swimming background and experience working with children, please read below:

Anahie

Anahie learned how to swim at the age of five and has loved the water ever since. She swam competitively all four years of high school and made it on Varsity her last two years. Her favorite event is the 100 Freestyle and her favorite stroke is Backstroke. Anahie has worked with children of all ages being a soccer coach and babysitting her nieces and nephews. Her favorite part of teaching swimming lessons is being able to interact with her student’s one on one and being able to see their growth through their lessons. She is currently attending California State University of Los Angeles and is studying Sociology and Communications. Some of her hobbies include playing soccer and spending time with her family.

Bilingual: Spanish

Gabby

Gabby began swimming at the young age of two when her parents began teaching her how to swim. One of her favorite strokes is Freestyle. Gabby has worked with children of all ages through babysitting and being a teacher’s assistant during the summer which included helping out the 2nd grade children with their English and Math. Gabby is currently a robotics programming teacher to the 4th, 5th and 6th graders in Lincoln Heights. Her favorite thing about teaching swimming lessons is being able to see the joy on her student’s faces when they accomplish their goals. Gabby is currently attending Mount St. Mary’s and studying Computer Science. Some of her hobbies include playing soccer, softball and teaching robotics and programming.

To enroll your child now for swim lessons please visit www.waterworksswimonline.com. If you have any questions please give Waterworks Aquatics a call at 949-450-0777 or explore our site for more answers. There are twenty Waterworks locations throughout California and Colorado.

New Pasadena Instructor

Waterworks Aquatics would like to welcome our new Pasadena instructor – Deanna!

To find out more about their swimming background and experience working with children, please read below:

Deanna

Deanna learned how to swim at the age of six, when her family began teaching her. She has gained most of experience working with children through babysitting. She worked as a personal nanny for children ranging in ages from four through twelve. Her favorite part about teaching swimming lessons is being able to help her students achieve their goals and most of all to get them water safe. Some Deanna’s hobbies include hiking and reading.

To enroll your child now for swim lessons please visit www.waterworksswimonline.com. If you have any questions please give Waterworks Aquatics a call at 949-450-0777 or explore our site for more answers. There are twenty Waterworks locations throughout California and Colorado.

Get Ready for Summer with Lessons

With summer right around the corner!

Come get your family ready for some summer fun. With the warm summer months upon us and kids out of school for the summer, it’s time to hit the beach and pools for some fun.

Take advantage of our year round heated indoor pools and get all your little ones water safe before this summer starts. Not only will your children become water safe, but this creates a foundation for learning proper swimming techniques.

With over 20 different locations in California alone, you are bound to find a location near you. We offer flexible scheduling and most of our locations are open seven days a week.

Come check us out!

To enroll your child now for swim lessons please visit www.waterworksswimonline.com. If you have any questions please give Waterworks Aquatics a call at 949-450-0777 or explore our site for more answers. There are twenty Waterworks locations throughout California and Colorado.

New Pasadena Instructors

Waterworks Aquatics would like to welcome our new Pasadena instructors – Jasmine & Raven!

To find out more about their swimming background and experience working with children, please read below:

Jasmine

Jasmine learned how to swim at the age of seven and her favorite stroke is Backstroke. She has gained much experience over the years working with children ages one through thirteen while working at the YMCA as a basketball coach and through babysitting. Her favorite thing about teaching her students is being able to experience them reach their swimming goals. During her free time Jasmine enjoys playing volleyball, but her favorite thing to do is spend time with her sons.

Raven

Raven began swimming at the young age one. She has worked with children ages three through fifteen working as a camp counselor and an assistant teacher. Her favorite thing about teaching swim lessons is spending time with her students and creating a fun filled learning environment. Raven is currently attending Pasadena City College where she is studying international relations. In her free time Raven loves reading, camping, hiking and snorkeling. A fun fact about her is she loves sharks!

To enroll your child now for swim lessons please visit www.waterworksswimonline.com. If you have any questions please give Waterworks Aquatics a call at 949-450-0777 or explore our site for more answers. There are twenty Waterworks locations throughout California and Colorado.

The Common Misconception of Drowning

We know when it comes to drowning this could be a bit of a tough subject to speak about.

We want to share this article with our friends and family, so you could get an idea of the correct terms used to explain when someone is drowning.

There have been a few words used in the past that have been used to describe drowning, which are incorrect and seem to scare and confuse a lot of families. The following terms for drowning are all incorrect: dry-, wet-, near-, silent-, and secondary drowning. We need to stop using these terms when talking about drowning. Not only is it in correct it also puts families in unnecessary fear. Here is what Mr. Brewster from American Lifeguard Magazine had to say on the topic: http://www.aquaticsintl.com/lifeguards/dry-drowning-and-other-misnomers_o

We do hope this article helps explain the differences when drowning. Water safety is of the utmost importance to us here at Waterworks Aquatics and we pride ourselves in educating our local community.

To enroll your child now for swim lessons please visit www.waterworksswimonline.com. If you have any questions please give Waterworks Aquatics a call at 949-450-0777 or explore our site for more answers. There are twenty Waterworks locations throughout California and Colorado.

Heated Indoor Pool Parties!


Interested in having a pool party for your child’s birthday, but worried about the possibility of bad weather?

Well, let Waterworks Aquatics splash away that worry! Our heated indoor pools are the perfect option because they are kept between 89-90 degrees year round!

We hosts birthday parties, team parties, and other celebrations, all year long too! Our party hosts and deck guards are here to set up, clean up, run games, and make sure it is a stress-free event for parents! We provide pool toys for the games and life jackets for children who need them.

We would love to help make your little swimmer’s special day extra special! Please call us at (949) 450-0777 x.139 or email birthday@waterworksswim.com for more information.

To enroll your child now for swim lessons please visit www.waterworksswimonline.com. If you have any questions please give Waterworks Aquatics a call at 949-450-0777 or explore our site for more answers. There are twenty Waterworks locations throughout California and Colorado.

Egg Hunt Family Swim Night


Our Waterworks team would like to invite you and your family to attend our Egg Hunt Family Swim Night on Saturday March 24th 2018 from 5:30-7:30 PM! A family-centered night of music, snacks, games, and an egg scavenger hunt that the whole family will love! Our certified deck guards will run all of the games and make sure everyone is safe and having fun.

Amenities Include:

· All of our inflatable pool toys will be available for your children to enjoy

· We will be playing music over our pool deck sound system

· Life jackets will be available for children to borrow upon request

· Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase all night (you may also bring your own food)

To join in on this memorable night, register by giving us a call or through our online system at www.waterworksswimonline.com. Hurry because registration ends Friday, March 23rd at 1:00 PM and a $10/family late fee will be assessed if we allow additional registrations after the registration deadline.

Happy New Year



The end of the year brings no greater joy than the opportunity to express to you season’s greetings and good wishes. May your New Year be filled with happiness!

We are looking forward to the exciting programs in the 2018 year! We have swim competitions, Family Swim Nights, and so much more to look forward to!



To enroll your child now for swim lessons please visit www.waterworksswimonline.com. If you have any questions please give Waterworks Aquatics a call at 949-450-0777 or explore our site for more answers. There are twenty Waterworks locations throughout California and Colorado.

Happy Holidays



Happy Holiday wishes from our Waterworks family to yours! Thank you for your continued support and loyalty. We look forward to serving you in the New Year!



To enroll your child now for swim lessons please visit www.waterworksswimonline.com. If you have any questions please give Waterworks Aquatics a call at 949-450-0777 or explore our site for more answers. There are twenty Waterworks locations throughout California and Colorado.