A little about me:
I have been a competitive swimmer since 2013! I started swimming at my local Boys & Girls Club of Clifton. Throughout my swimming career, I have participated at both the Nationals and the Junior Olympics. Swimming has opened so many doors for me. It has become widely known around my community that I was a strong competitive swimmer, which led me to getting to know other athletes around the state. Swimming has given me the opportunity to increase my network of friends which led me to compete in my first Triathlon at the age of 13 and everything grew from there! I participated in open-water marathon swim meets, triathlons, biathlons, and half-marathons. Swimming not only opened my world of athletic competition, but it has also prepared me to be excel in other sports as well. I was a part of my high school’s varsity swim team, the cross country & track team, and the pole-vaulting team. The best thing swimming gave me was that I was able to create such wonderful memories and unique experiences! Who knows, maybe someday you’ll participate in a Triathlon too!
I believe life is meant to be lived to the fullest. Whether you’re with your friends having fun at the beach, or trying out for a swim team, swimming can be a big opportunity for you to create priceless memories. Therefore, ever since I became a lifeguard and CPR Certified, I started to teach people of all ages to learn how to swim, including those with special needs. My biggest goal is to increase my students’ confidence level! I want my students to know that they are safe and can confidently practice in the water. Learning any new skill requires an open mind, but once you start to trust yourself in the water, you will see a big difference in your confidence level. I want to assist in instilling that confidence for all of my students. You don’t have to aspire to be a competitive swimmer, but it is a swimming is a skill that will serve you for life!
In addition, I always like to keep an open communication with the parents and swimmers alike. It’s important that they understand what is going on during the lesson and how the student is progressing. That way the parent can also feel open to communicate to their child on what they can improve on as well. Let’s get to swimming!
Fall 2023: September 1st – December 23rd
Winter 2024: January 2nd – March 31st
Spring 2024: April 1st – June 30th
*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.