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To be a Miracle Swimming Instructor, a teacher must be not only experienced, gentle and kind; she or he must also recognize that confidence comes before skills.
A student must be comfortable to learn to swim.
Comfort is the goal of every single moment of our 5 core courses; never is it a physical skill.
Learning to swim is becoming comfortable in water over one’s head. It is not learning strokes.
A licensed Miracle Swimming Instructor can solve virtually any learning problem of an afraid student.
The vast amount of information missing from previous trainings.
For over one hundred years, swimming lessons in the U.S. have been about learning strokes. Since the late 1980s, they have emphasized strokes virtually to the exclusion of safety.
The secret to successful swimming lessons is not tips on swimming technique or mechanics. It’s understanding learning.
When you understand the system of The 5 Circles, you will supercharge your power as a teacher.
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.)
Every Miracle Swimming Instructor has read and thoroughly digested the book, Conquer Your Fear of Water, the DVD, The Miracle Swimmer, and the podcast, The Learn to Swim Show.
If you plan to take the Instructor Training, get started with the small investment in these primers. Start to use them in your teaching.
These are your first steps to prepare for the Mindfulness Training. They help you confirm that you are aligned with teaching confidence before skills.
Replacing the “learn-to-swim contents” of your mind with an update that shifts your perspective up to 180 degrees.
Relief that you finally understand why some things never worked.
Confidence that you can resolve any beginning learner’s challenges.
Never getting tired of teaching afraid students, adults or kids.
An earning power you’ve never had. A credential that’s second to none.