I've been a swimmer for the past 10 years and I really want to share the skills with other people. I would love to teach people and help them master every stroke! I am a certified lifeguard and I've been teaching children how to swim for the past year.
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When working with new students, I like to get them used to what they will be doing. Since swimmers need to have their face it the water, I usually have my student start by blowing bubbles, then submerging their face until water touches their nose, and finally getting the whole face in the water.
I have been swimming for about 10 years and I currently work as a lifeguard/swim instructor at goldfish swim school.
I don't like to keep my prices high to the the point where my customers can't afford the classes so I keep the price at $100 per month.
I have worked with many students. Students that are really calm and students that are really afraid of water, but that's why I get everyone comfortable before jumping right to the swimming.
Look for teachers that have a lot of temper and are able to communicate clearly to your understanding.
Questions that are important during sessions are like the following..."How do I turn my arms when doing this stroke?", "Where should my head be looking when I swim?", "How do I float?"