My passion for swim and Spanish I believe is in my blood since birth. Spanish because it brings me back to my culture and hometown (Guatemala). If you gather people that speak it you are able to hear it's diverse accents (Argentina, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Cuba,
El Salvador, and so many others).The truth is, I do not think I was as excited and proud of speaking Spanish as I am now (I was grateful to speak more than one language for sure, but not as passionate). I believe that teaching in Spanish has given me a better perspective about the richness of the language and what makes it so unique (and complicated at times).Swimming is not only a sport but a way to have fun! I have had the opportunity to have been in my high school swim team for my freshman and sophomore year.Our body's natural position is upright, but when we swim, we turn it horizontal; this helps move respiratory secretions, and improves breathing.The fact that it's an aerobic exercise also means it improves cardiopulmonary capacity, while the effort needed to overcome water resistance tones muscles. I have the honor of working for a great swim School called the water whisperer! Yes, I am CPR/aed certified.. I hope you enjoyed reading a little of my information and hope to teach any of you soon!