A little about me:
Swimming and other water-based activities have been a passion of mine ever since I was a little girl. I learned to swim when I was three years old, and even though I played other sports, swimming became the only sport I was interested. I joined a USA Swimming club when I was eight years old and continued competitively swimming throughout elementary, middle, and high school. At ten years old, I received my Open-Water Scuba certification and at fifteen, I received my Advanced Scuba certification.
For the past three years, I have been working with children in and out of the pool. I’ve spent my summers teaching kids how to swim at local day camps and spent this past year at my college working with Jumpstart, a government literacy program for underprivileged schools. In my eyes, teaching children how to swim is not just about learning the strokes. Learning how to swim is a way to push yourself past your limits and do what sometimes feels like impossible. This type of teaching is best implemented in beginners because swimming is new to them, and thus not a part of their comfort zone. Each improvement beginners make, no matter how small, is a big step out of their comfort zone. Seeing the student and the parents after lessons where the student has gone above and beyond make me the happiest. I am so excited to be working with Making Waves Swim School this summer and have the opportunity to work with children one-on-one.
I am Lifeguard, CPR, First Aid, and AED trained.
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Summer 2018: June 11th – August 3rd *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.