Learn to Swim at Any Age with BLSS

I Can Swim, Can You-Baby & Me Program I Can Swim, Can You-SpED Program

 

Press Release:

The Bert Lozada Swim School (BLSS) continues with its Swim at Any Age (SAGE) Campaign and is inviting everyone—infants as young as 6 months, kids, teens and adults —to join its next wave of swimming classes beginning April 29 at several venues.

The SAGE Campaign underscores the idea that swimming is an important life skill that must be learned and can give any one – at any age – the needed self-assurance and confidence in the water.  It is BLSS’ goal that, after being guided by BLSS coaches,students can proudly declare – “I can swim, can you?”

“We strive to remain the country’s pioneering swimming institution by pushing for improvements in our programs, especially with the SAGE Campaign. We want swimming to become a skill that everyone can enjoy, even those who initially fear water or children who need special attention,” said Anthony Lozada, BLSS President and CEO.

Known for its vision for safety, confidence and power in the water, BLSS will build on over 50 years of swimming expertise and legacy and bring the SAGE Campaign nationwide. In addition to its venues across Metro Manila and in Antipolo, Batangas, Bicol, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Nueva Ecija, and Nueva Viscaya, BLSS has just added two new locations, one at Marcos Stadium in Laoag, Ilocos Norte, and another at the Ladislawa Garden Village Country Club in Buhangin, Davao City. BLSS plans to expand SAGE in several more venues before the year ends.

For details on BLSS courses and complete listing of venues, visit http://www.bertlozadaswimschool.com, the Bert Lozada Swim School Facebook page or call (02) 563-5532. 

About BLSS

BLSS is affiliated with the United States Swim School Association (USSA), World Aquatic Babies and Children Network (WABC), and Philippine Aquatic Sports Association (PASA); with coaches certified and educated by the World Swimming Coaches Association (WSCA) and International Triathlon Union (ITU). It is also supported by the Philippine Medical Association (PMA) in promoting safety and health.

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