Swimming, water exercise and water therapy for babies

from 4 weeks to 12 months.

You can join classes at any time

ALL the classes listed are given by the program coach, Ms. VICTORIA  FEDOROVA

 ATTENTION! To start taking classes of this program, the baby must be younger than 6 months

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At four swimming pools: in Montreal and Laval!


- At the Sablon Centre in Laval


registration open

Two groups on  Tuesday 
10:30 to 11:15 am
11:15 to 12:00

to sign

call  Benoit at 450-688-8961, extension 225


(2070 Peel, Montreal, H3A 1W6)

Registration: open now for 

One group on Saturday  at 12:00

 more info

- At Ben Weider JCC - YM-YWHA Centre

(5400 Westbury, Montreal, H3W 2W8)

Registration: open now for the classes

Two groups on Monday and Thursday


10.30 - 11.15 (women only)

more info

Attention: You might be offered to join other groups, held by a different instructor and at a different time.

If you want to take classes of this Aquababy program,

make sure you sign up for a course by Ms. Victoria Fedorova. Other instructors offer different skills and approach.


At the Lucie-Bruno Rehabilitation Centre 

 (2275  Laurier East, Montreal, H2H 2N8

Here, the child can be accompanied by two parents!

Three groups on Sunday
(6 weeks- 125$)

14.00; 14.40 (for 2 to 8 week-old babies); 15.15

more info


Teaching a newborn to swim is not just a fashionable trend; it is an opportunity to unleash the baby’s potential.

We teach parents to coach their infants in the water; as a result, the swimming babies develop emotional stability, deeper sleep and better feeding.

Infants with psychomotor developmental delays benefit the most from the program: the weightless environment restores and normalizes body functions, rhythmical diving accelerates metabolic processes, and the organism goes into “repair mode”.

Swimming and water exercise allows infants to:

  • “take a break” from gravity and move freely in the 3D environment;
  • learn to swim and have fun in the water;
  • get exercise therapy;
  • become stronger and more resistant to illnesses.


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