At Swimming Nature we teach children how to swim correct strokes until they’re swimming with complete confidence, whether they’re complete beginners or not.
About Swimming Nature
At Swimming Nature our approach has won the approval of parents, pupils, and teachers and been endorsed by leading “swimming academics”.
As soon as pupils understand that water is their friend, we’re ready to teach the correct mechanics of each stroke. It’s the start of a happy lifelong relationship with the water.
Our teachers are passionate about this and all trained the Swimming Nature way. The result is a clear difference between the children we have taught to swim and those taught elsewhere.
Over the course of two decades our pioneering approach has changed the way swimming lessons are taught.
The difference is:
Our instructors train you in the water.
You learn the correct mechanics of the four recognised strokes.
You learn how, why and what you should be doing, or learn it on behalf of your baby.
You see rapid progress through our modular lesson plans.
Class sizes are small, or one-to-one or two-to-one, where we maximise teaching contact time.
No doggy paddle, no arm bands. Never.
Learning is fun.
We also want to develop children who can make a worthwhile contribution to society whilst leading fit and healthy lives. That’s why our programmes promote:
Swimming as a lifelong habit
Balance, rhythm, timing and co-ordination
Fitness, co-ordination, self-confidence and the ability to concentrate
If you would like to join us/find out more, please visit the website or give us a call.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Erin & the Swimming Nature (Edinburgh) Team!
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