MadiBurns Private Swim Lessons

MadiBurns Private Swim Lessons



My swim lessons are completely and utterly personal. More precisely, depending on what the student is looking for, I am willing to coach, correct a swimmer's technique, and get in the pool to both show a student how to execute a specific swim style. I am a hands-on lesson provider and am willing to provide services necessary based on a student's swimming level.

I am passionate about swimming. I love how I feel when I get done. Having that said I have an extreme drive to share my passion of swimming with other through lessons. In turn, it joys me to see how students progress throughout lessons. Swimming is not only an important life skill but also enables students to build character, passion, and structure.


13 years in business
Serves Albuquerque , NM

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I first assess the students swimming abilities. From there, we develop technique of each stroke on a daily basis with time, effort, patience, and care in order to ensure the student fully learns the strokes of swimming.

I currently attend the University of New Mexico where I swim competitively on the Women's Swimming and Dive Team. Furthermore, I have more than 12 years of competitve swim experience and have been teach private lessons for over 5 years.

I base my pricing scale on age, skill, level, and amount of time each swim lesson.

For example if working with a new swimming with no experience ages 3-5, I would do a 25-30 minute swim lesson charging $25

However, if I have a more experienced and developed swimmer aged 7-16, I would conduct a 45-50 minute lesson charging $45

I first started teaching swim lessons as a lifeguard at the Family Rec. Center in Alamogordo, NM. I taught children of all levels. From there, I began teaching private swim lessons in order to help my club swim team, Wild West Aquatic Club.

I have worked with students from ages 1-16 and with varying swimming levels (beginner-competitive).

I am most fond of teaching a 3 year old boy named Liam how to swim in his indoor pool at home. Liam had no experience in the water. However, once we began working together and building trust, Liam became confident in the water and can now swim independently in the pool from one side to another.

Students looking for swim instruction should be open, excited, and ready to learn. Swimming can be frustrating, but very rewarding. Swimming is also an important life skill for all children to learn.

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