Learn to Float So You Can Learn to Swim
Everyone can learn when they feel safe. Connect yourself with our Learn-to-Float Tether to a ladder or railing. Feel safe, knowing you won’t drift away: you’re securely attached. Knowing you can always reach the wall when you want to, you have time to learn. Learn that water holds you up in both the shallow and deep; that you can be comfortable and in control; how to stand up from a float. Master the front and back floats.
One strap goes around your waist. Another connects to the ladder or rail. A third extends or shortens your distance from the rail. As you become confident, expand the tether to float further away. Color coded buckles make connections simple.
When you’re ready, lie down with your face in the water and ask yourself, “Do I float?” Feeling safe, you can experience the water holding you up. Knowing you float is a big step toward learning to swim peacefully. Knowing you’re safe even if you don’t float is equally important. Learn this with the tether. Patent pending.
$52 plus shipping (with ebook)
$62 plus shipping (with paperback)
If you’re one of the few who are not held up by the water, you’ll learn how to remain 100% present and calm while sinking! It’s not an emergency! The book explains how to feel and be safe.
The book and tether (and water) are all you need to learn to float and swim without an instructor. The teaching in the book is fascinating, fun, painless, and infallible. The book gives you every single step of overcoming fear and learning to swim: to be comfortable in deep water. Floating is a basic skill of learning how the water works. With the tether, you cannot fail. However, there’s a lot of learning that comes before floating in the book! Skip no steps!
Feel safe all the time
The urgency to learn is understandable. However, you can only guarantee learning if you start at the beginning and skip no steps. The book provides every single step an adult needs to learn to swim, from fear in shallow water to freedom in deep water. It doesn’t include strokes because strokes are not relevant to overcoming fear or learning to swim. Strokes are for swimming efficiently.
The video at the left shows our wallbar, used in our classes, custom-fit to the lip of the pool. You’ll attach your tether to a railing, ladder, or a hook in the pool.
If you have a backyard pool, you could also use our Float Bar.
With an extra extender, you can play further from the wall, then swim or pull yourself back.