Swimming Lessons

Learning how to Swim in a Private Pool

I am based in the middle of England available from all motorways.  You may stay at the house next door to my private pool and enjoy a learning program in controlled surroundings.

  • No    children dive bombing
  • No    conveyor belt
  • No    3/4 of an hour lesson and then see you next week
  • Yes   you will be given individual instruction
  • Yes   you will be completely understood when you say you are frightened of the water.
  • Yes   you will glide!!!! and be completely in control!!!

Disabled Swimming

You don’t have to be a swimmer to get a good workout in the pool – in fact, you don’t even have to know how to swim. Walking or jogging in the pool are great, low-impact forms of aquatic exercise that almost anyone can do. Being immersed in water provides extra resistance for the muscles while simultaneously protecting the joints and bones. And, because exercising in the pool is more fun, you’re more likely to stick with the program.

A disability may keep a person from being as active as they would like to be. But such people can take heart. There are equipment options to help people of varying abilities take advantage of the cardiovascular and psychological benefits of water activities.  There is an excellent article here for more information on swimming with disabilities.

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