Margie Herman grew up on Amelia Island, Florida, and spent her lifetime at the beach or the pool. She began her Infant Aquatic Survival instructor career in 2003 by teaching her granddaughter, then 6 months, how to survival float. She opened a successful swim school in Valdosta, Ga., before relocating to Denver, Colo., in 2019, where she teaches aquatic survival to young children before progressing them to fun groups and strokes.
She holds certifications through Infant Aquatics, American Red Cross Lifeguard, CPR and First Aid for the Professional Rescuer, National Drowning Prevention Alliance and National Swim School Alliance.
Margie is well educated in teaching children the survival techniques that take them from recreational swimming into swim teams. She instructs with your child’s learning in mind. She knows Infant Aquatic Survival gives your child all the protection he/she needs around water and considers teaching swimming a gift that lasts your child a lifetime!