Nurturing Water Therapies
Nurturing Water Therapies
To check availability call: (425) 429-6706
About Nurturing Water Therapies
Nurturing Water Therapies' mission is to nurture the human body and spirit of those who are health challenged.
We provide affordable care using individualized services including
Adaptive Swim Lessons
Our services complement your existing therapies and treatment.
We help people of all ages with sensory, developmental, neurological, physical or other health challenges.
We know what it's like to have loved ones who require life-long care and we are impassioned to help you.
Does your child experience difficulty with sensory integration, motor planning, social interaction and communication?
We are experienced in using specialized techniques and equipment designed for these unique challenges.
Are you concerned your child will not succeed in a group setting?
Our private sessions allow the instructor to adjust the pace of each lesson to better fit the child's individual abilities.
Do you have a persistent, life-long or debilitating condition that requires physical and/or occupational therapy?
Our aquatic programs complement your therapists' and other medical providers' treatment plans.
Do you have chronic pain and want to be able to exercise with ease?
The water’s buoyancy supports the body’s weight, which reduces stress on the joints and minimizes pain.
Do you want your loved one with special needs to learn water safety skills or be a better swimmer?
We will assess your child's swim abilities during the first session and develop a swim lesson plan based on the results coupled with the family's goals.
Are you frustrated with land-based therapies and treatments with minimal or no results?
Water has unique properties that make performing therapy activities either easier or more challenging, depending on the need.
When in water, the body has to only support 10% of its weight. Being in the water allows you to safely exercise without fear of falling.
Exercising in the water alleviates joint pains and increases circulation improving your range of motions.
The water's resistance helps build muscle strength and flexibility.
Does your insurance have limited or no coverage for physical or occupational therapy?
We offer a lower cost alternative therapeutic option. You can utilize your Flexible Spending Account to pay for our services.
Do you hesitate to try aquatic exercises or aquatic therapy because you don't know how to swim?
You do not need to know how to swim to be able to do aquatic exercises or aquatic therapy. We can even teach you how to swim if that is one of your goals.
What differentiates us
Your aquatic plan includes various aquatic strategies customized for you based on your specific needs, goals and interests. Your instructor makes adjustments along the way based on your progress and feedback, and always keeping you or your family informed.
We work with parents, caregivers, teachers, medical providers and other professionals in charge of your care to ensure a cohesive treatment plan.
Our fees are at least 50% less than physical and occupational therapists' fees. If you have limited financial resources, visit our Resources page for grants or funding for adaptive swim lessons, aquatic exercises and aquatic therapy.
MyTime Reviews (117)
Katie understands Nitya and works very well with her.
She seems to be getting used to the change of the facility and pool.
the location is easy for me, only about a mile away. The inside changing area, showers, and pool was chaotic. It seemed to me that the instructor... read more
the location is easy for me, only about a mile away. The inside changing area, showers, and pool was chaotic. It seemed to me that the instructors were pushing Marci and her instructors further and further away into a very small area. It was extremely loud. Also, I would like to know how much it cost to increase Marci's time. I'm on a limited budget, but if it could help her strive, I would do my best to make it happen. Also, I was wondering if there are any techniques at home that I could help Marci with. For example, she's not good at deep breathing and not sure what it means to deep breathe out then in and hold it. She has that problem at the doctor's, too. I was wondering about Marci's ability to maneuver her legs in the right ways so she can actually move from one place to the other. Is there any exercises we can do in our apartment to help? The apartment pool of course is closed, but if there's a way I can help her in anyway, just let me know. I am disabled, but will do my best. Auria Banks-Vanison
My husband Stephen took Luke to his first time at the Renton pool. While he liked Ryan, he said that it wasn’t the same as with Sandy. He almost fe... read more
My husband Stephen took Luke to his first time at the Renton pool. While he liked Ryan, he said that it wasn’t the same as with Sandy. He almost fell like what was done he could do himself at a pool with Luke. Maybe get some advice from Sandy about the way she was working with Luke? Our little boy needs to be challenged a little at all his therapies to get results.
Thank you for offering the new location, so much more convenient for our family!
Excellent Looking forward to next time!