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◈ Fearful in water over their heads
◈ Probably took swimming lessons previously
◈ Proper movement of arms and legs was the course goal
◈ Fear wasn’t addressed adequately
◈ Derive their safety from the bottom or the side
◈ Want to get their safety from themselves
◈ Believe that if they could just tread water and breathe, they’d be comfortable and confident.
◈ May have taken Miracle Swimming Online Beginning course and now wants to master prerequisites for the Next Step course
The student at the left is learning with our new Learn to Float Bar and Straps, our Covid-19 protocol. This is Session #3 of 8. See the video in the green box below to see her and her classmate in Session #8.
“Everything you always wanted to know that no one ever told you!”
It is literally impossible to fail if you try our system.
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.)
◈ Feeling safe all the time
◈ Learning with others who feel as you do
◈ Having fun, going at your own pace and being comfortable
◈ No pressure, no competition
◈ 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
January 25-29, 2021 – Sarasota, FL
April 12-16, 2021 – Sarasota, FL
May 17-21, 2021 – Palm Springs, CA
May 20-24, 2021 – Sarasota, FL
June 21-25, 2021 – Sarasota, FL
July 12-16, 2021 – Sarasota, FL
September 20-24, 2021 – Sarasota, FL
October 18-22, 2021 – Sarasota, FL
October 25-29, 2021 – Palm Springs, CA
At the beginning of the week, the swimmer in the green cap was not comfortable putting her face in water in the shallow end.
We proved to ourselves that our instructor does not have to be within 6 feet of our students for breakthroughs of this magnitude to happen in 5 days. There is more to learn, but what a great beginning!