Female

A little about me:
I have been swimming most of my life, but started swimming competitively when I was a freshman in high school, where I was placed as the team’s number one long distance swimmer, was MVP my junior year, and captain my senior year. When I was 15 years old, I started teaching lessons to my classmates under my coach’s instruction. This was about the same time that I received my Lifeguard, CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications. Since then, I have taught lessons at a day camp and at the YMCA.

I design my lessons to be fun, challenging, and effective. I like to start with the basics, including blowing bubbles, push-offs, streamlines, and kicking. Once the basics are covered, I will start teaching freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. I work closely with parents so that I can ensure that their goals for their child(ren) are met.

Also taught in the beginning of the session, and brushed up on after the concept is grasped by the swimmer, is the notion of swim-float-swim. This is when I teach students to swim for a while, then roll onto their backs to catch their breath, and then roll back when they are ready to swim again. Learning this technique is extremely important because it allows them to have the knowledge as to how to catch their breath if they are ever too tired to continue swimming and are not close enough to the edge of a pool or shallow depths. All of this and more can be learned during lessons with me

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Summer 2017: July 1st – August 31st

*Tuition fees are based on one private half hour lesson per week until the end of a specific session. Pricing may vary depending on your enrollment date and type of class.

 

Additional Openings

Fall 2017: September 1st – December 23rd

*Tuition fees are based on one private half hour lesson per week until the end of a specific session. Pricing may vary depending on your enrollment date and type of class.

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