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Learn to Swim
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Swim Philosophy

When teaching someone to maneuver safely in the water, I strive for calm and fluid approaches. Over the years, I have found it's more important to ensure a new student is calm and oriented in the water before drilling proper form. Once a student can fully submerge and "crawl" around in the water, I can then start to hone and refine their stroke technique. 

While I can teach more advanced swim strokes like butterfly and bilateral breathing, I focus primarily on learn-to-swim classes for kids ages 2-10. At this age, I believe instilling water safety and confidence in the water effectively takes priority. 

Knowing how to swim is an important life-saving skill, and it is my goal to pass this knowledge on to as many new swimmers as I can.

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