Currently only offering lessons in Chandler AZ
The Sooner - The Safer.
Frequently Asked Questions
On very rare occasions, when my schedule or timing allows, I may travel to pools that are in close proximity to my set locations for private lessons. The fee for private lessons are $300 weekly minimum (for 1-3 students) and $100 a week additional for each student over 3 and up to 6 maximum at that location plus $150 travel fee per week. Sibling or multiple discounts do not apply when traveling to private locations.
Luckily, heavy storms and bad weather in Arizona are far and few between (HOT doesn’t count lol)! On the rare occasion that a storm sneaks up on us, lessons continue as long as there is no lightning within 10 miles radius of lessons for at least 30 minutes. Lessons do take place in wind and rain. If lessons have to be canceled because of weather, I am happy to offer a makeup day. Makeup days can be used at the end of your child’s session or anytime until the end of the current season. Makeups for missed lessons are not carried over from season to season.
-David & Jeannine C.
With a backyard pool, we knew our small children would need swimming survival skills, and they learned them through ISR and our Instructor, Becki Pinckard. Becki was wonderful with the kids! So gentle and patient, yet determined to make sure our children learned to swim and float. Our son Will (2 1/2) is so much more confident…and not just around the water! Becki taught him that he CAN do it! The skills our kids learned in ISR are ones we are sure will stay with them for a long time, yet they are skills we hope they NEVER have to use. We cannot recommend this program enough.
Wow! Is that really my two-year-old floating on her back in the middle of the pool?!!!! I first heard about ISR when I was pregnant and it took me 2 years to sign up. I was very skeptical. I listened to friends share their experiences and I never heard a single negative comment about the program. Once I started Haley, it seemed like everywhere I went people told me how they thought ISR had saved their own children’s lives. Now I am one of those mom’s who endorses ISR. I was amazed at how quickly Becki was able to teach her to roll on to her back and float. It is a time and money commitment for sure but you would never get over it if you lost one of your children. I am so grateful that my little sweetie is ISR trained, it is one less thing to worry about.
Enjoying the pool now!
Becki taught our son how to swim when he was 2 1/2 years old. He is now 4 and loves to swim! We took him back to Becki this summer to learn his strokes. He is now swimming laps in our pool, practicing all three of the strokes he learned from “Miss Becki”. We also brought our 3 year old foster daughter to Becki and after only three weeks of lessons (she was a fast learner) she is now swimming on her own. I am impressed with ISR for its commitment to saving children’s lives and making safety a priority. Our foster daughter had several medical issues and her health history was thoroughly reviewed by the doctors and nurses at ISR before lessons could begin. I plan on bringing all future children entrusted in our care to Becki to learn how to swim. She is a pleasure to work with and it is clear that she cares deeply for the welfare of our children.
The ISR program is simply amazing. After my first child completed it I swore I’d never pay for another swim lesson that wasn’t ISR. I now have four graduates.