Everyone can learn to swim Comfort comes first You can float vertically Overcoming fear IS learning to swim Having fun is the best way to learn Feel safe all the time Overcome fear without feeling afraid Go at your own pace Learn with your swimming people It’s amazing what 5 days can do Correct information does wonders!

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Paperback: Black and white, 330 pages, 220 photos and drawings
Ebook: Color, PDF format

Book: Conquer Your Fear of Water

Conquer Your Fear of Water
A Revolutionary Way to Learn to Swim Without Ever Feeling Afraid

Ebook available now. Paperback ships April 21.
This is the second edition of Conquer Your Fear of Water.

324 pages, 218 photos and diagrams. Ebook: Color PDF

These are the steps of overcoming fear. Humane, gentle, fun, proven for 39 years. Learn how the water works with your body and how to be in control in water over your head without ever feeling afraid. Experience relief with a radically different way to learn to swim as an adult including a blockbuster explanation of how to heal fear without effort; why you must not blame yourself for being afraid or for not learning previously. The book is the path out of fear; the very words you need to hear; the steps of learning.

With small, sensible steps that speak of learning in a new way, find your way to comfort and freedom in water, shallow and deep. If you follow the steps without pushing yourself, you cannot fail. The journey is simple and clear. The process is proven, reliable, predictable, and fun.

The 5 Circles Teaching System—the secret sauce of overcoming fear since 1983 known as Miracle Swimming—has never failed for over 6000 adults.

Comfort is Priority #1 at all times. Comfort in deep water means, “I can swim.” Overcoming fear does not entail strokes, which are absent from the book.

This revision includes new knowledge acquired since the first printing, a new description of how to heal fear, answers to readers’ questions, “Preventing Drowning Is Easier Than You Think,” photographs that replace many line drawings, and lessons for using a new invention (patent approved) to learn to float securely on your own.

Author and Miracle Swimming founder Melon Dash’s work has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, USA Today, NBC’s Today Show, CNN’s Headline News, Psychology Today, Real Simple, Elle, San Francisco Chronicle, Tampa Bay Times, Sarasota Herald Tribune, and dozens more.