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We provide adaptive swim lessons and therapeutic exercise to people of all ages with sensory, developmental, neurological, physical or other health challenges.

All our sessions are 1:1 with highly trained therapists and staff to best fit the needs of each individual client's goals.


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Kevin Waldron

Excellent and patient instruction. The key to success.


Nikki Mahoney

Amazing teachers who really understand autism. Wonderful to have an activity for my child with people who get it.


Patrick Cresencian Mathias

Our child has been working with Sandy for almost 2 years and has gained tremendous confidence and safety skills in the water. Sandy is patient and firm at teaching our child, which is exactly what she needs. Sandy's support staff, Miles, is prompt and extremely helpful with not only setting up appointments but with other resources as well. We are thankful for individuals like Sandy and Miles who understand our family's needs and provide excellent service. More...

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Aquatic exercise is a low-impact activity that takes the pressure off your bones, joints and muscles while getting your heart rate up.

Water offers natural resistance, which helps strengthen your muscles and do things in the water that they would not otherwise be able to do. The use of water and specifically designed activity by qualified personnel aids in the restoration, extension, maintenance and quality of function for persons with acute, transient, or chronic disabilities, syndromes or diseases.

Perseverance and determination. People with health challenges often feel trapped in a cycle of pain, depression, and stress which leads to the belief that exercise and fitness is impossible for them. That is simply not true! Aquatic therapy can break this cycle because of the unique properties of water.

Assisting a client reach a goal they never thought they could.

Please visit my blog: https://www.nurturingwatertherapies.org/blog/

Welcome to Nurturing Water Therapies’ blog, where Sandy provides her thoughts on aquatic exercises, aquatic therapy and adaptive swimming