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In Person

Secure learning with the instructor 6 feet away

Who Are Our Beginners?

◈ Want to get their safety from themselves rather than from the
     bottom or the side
◈ Want to be free in deep water but need to overcome fear first
◈ Know there must be a way to learn that’s not frightening
◈ Can take a learning vacation

Online Beginning course here

◈ Want information that’s been missing from previous lessons
◈ Don’t need to be superstars, but want to be able to socialize anywhere in the pool, use swimming for exercise, feel safe, enjoy water vacations
◈ Had parent(s) who was afraid in water…or not
◈ Had at least one frightening water experience…or not
◈ Took previous lessons where proper movement was the goal

The student at the left is learning with our new Learn to Float Bar and Straps. Feel completely safe while maintaining social distance. See the video in the green box below to see her class in Session #8.

Covid Precautions Used:

It is our intention and goal that all of you arrive without Covid19 and leave without it (students and instructor)!
In order for us to take control of the parts of prevention that we can control, we’d like to bring to our course conversation
the consistent wearing of masks and staying at least 6 feet apart. We have all most likely been practicing these, and that’s why we’re still healthy.
In a class situation where you’re together, relating to each other, and accustomed to certain ways of moving and interacting, it’s going to take a little more mindfulness to protect yourselves and one another. Please give yourselves and others permission to do awkward things to stay safe!😁
From what we’ve gathered, it’s the droplets of a person’s exhalation that carry the virus. If you know more, please chime in.

Masks keep your exhalation close to you and others’ exhalation away. Maintaining a distance of 6 feet makes it all the less likely that if your mask isn’t tightly woven enough to prevent exhalation from traveling, the virus’ traveling is minimized. These precautions need to be taken. It will take thinking, going slowly, planning your moves in the beginning, and being very much in the 1st Circle! You’ll learn about that in class!
Regarding class time, please wear your mask 100% of the time that you’re not in the water and 100% of the time that you’re seeing anyone in the class.  That means your bag is at the pool edge and once you get into the water, you put your mask in your bag. You put it back on before you get out. Please discuss this in class at the beginning and see if you agree that this sounds like a reasonable practice.
When in the pool, please maintain at least 6 feet distance. Our intention is that each of you has a 6 foot square block of water to float in, and a 6 foot buffer between your square and the next person’s. We only take 4 in a class  so there is ample space. This is our fourth time teaching in-person during Covid, so this is still a careful experiment. So far, so good.
When you want to go from here to there, you’ll need more than 6 feet, so you’ll have to plan that out. Leave a buffer zone between your personal pool space zone and the next person’s. 
Any exhalation that falls to your hands or body or the water will be sanitized by the chlorine rather than reaching someone else, if you’re far enough apart.
Being outdoors helps droplets disperse rather than all falling in one spot or accumulating in a small area. That’s why our classes are outdoors. 
The instructor is there to teach you the system and the steps, and oversee that each of you is learning them and having fun. She will help you physically if there’s an emergency, of course. But Miracle Swimming is about preventing emergencies because each of you is learning how to stay in the 1st Circle (calm) all the time in the water. You do new things when you’re so in your body doing X that it automatically emerges as X+1. 
There has to be a way to continue becoming confident in deep water and learning to swim during Covid and we believe we’ve got it. Please see what it takes to make this work for you and report back to your instructor and me. We look forward to your fun and success… and hearing about it!
Learning without an instructor closeby: float and stand up when you wish with our float bar and straps. Patent pending.

What Is the Course?

The vast amount of information missing from previous lessons.

“Everything you always wanted to know that no one
  ever told you!”

◈ How can I be comfortable all the time?
◈ Why do I sink?
◈ When will I stop hating to put my face in?
◈ How can I feel okay letting go of the wall?
◈ Why haven’t I been able to learn before?
◈ Can I learn? Is there hope for me? 
◈ Is it really possible to enjoy myself in deep water?

It is literally impossible to fail if you try our system. Go at your own pace. We will never push you. We spend time in deep water in the Beginning course. Being peaceful in it usually takes the Next Step course.

In Person: Start where you are today and skip no steps. This course is all the dry-land sessions and shallow water skills you need, including essential skills not taught elsewhere. Begin to learn ease in the deep by relying on yourself for your safety, rather than the bottom or the side. The photo at the left portrays learning during Covid. Each student will learn a portion of his/her confidence at our new Float Bars, as pictured. You are connected securely to the bar so you don’t need a spotter. These allow social distancing, yet allow you to learn the early skills comfortably.

8 three-hour classes of one-hour on land, followed by two-hours in warm water. Register 120 days, or more, in advance to receive a discount of $50 on the in-person course. (Deducted when your balance is paid.)

Holding hands makes jumping in fun. (Pre-Covid-19 photo. We have a new way to make you safe now.)
Students begin to learn the front float. (Pre-Covid-19)

You Can Count On:

◈ Feeling safe all the time
◈ Learning with others who feel as you do
◈ Having fun, no pressure, no competition

◈ Going at your own pace and being comfortable
◈ Overcoming fear without being scared
◈ Understanding “how the water works.”
◈ Doing things you never could, because you feel better than you ever did
◈ Receiving satisfying answers to your questions
◈ Realizing that you can learn to swim
◈ Being a different person—more yourself—when you leave
◈ Small classes (especially small during Covid19 restrictions),
◈ Individual attention: you are all at different starting points and learning rates but all need the same information. Therefore, you learn individually, together and at your own pace
◈ Advancing your discoveries by sharing them.
◈ Seeing the way to freedom as a swimmer


These two students overcame fear in five days

We proved that an instructor does not have to be within 6 feet of students for breakthroughs of this magnitude to happen in 5 days. There is more to learn, but what a great beginning!