New Instructors Certified in Oklahoma and Arizona

When Shannon Hackler started researching swim lessons for her children, she was shocked to discover that the closest instructor was 75 miles away. A mother of three from Mcalester, OK, she drove 150 miles a day, four days a week for 6 weeks so that her children could learn lifesaving survival skills from an Infant Aquatics instructor. And she says “it was worth every mile”. After learning of the tragic drowning of a three year old in a local lake, she realized the critical need for making survival swim lessons more accessible to families in her community and made the decision to become an Infant Aquatics instructor.

Watch Shannon’s video below or read her Infant Aquatics bio.

Laura Moore from Tuscon, AZ, a lifelong swimmer, has been in constant pursuit of becoming a better teacher and coach since 2002. She founded a nonprofit using swimming to reach veterans and people with addictions and disabilities. Her quest for further knowledge led her to discover survival swimming. After extensive research she made the commitment to become an Infant Aquatics instructor and we are proud to have Laura on our team!

Read Laura’s bio.