Learn to swim from neutral position face float

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The best way to learn this skill is to practice first stretched out on your mattress or floor.  Place one hand on top of the other so that as you put your forehead down on the mattress your mouth will be directly over the mattress and unable to breathe.  Now squeeze and feel your upper […]

My leg wraparound swim teaching method

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This method is ideal teaching small children.  It primarily uses the tool of “guidance.”  It has one central purpose to immobilize as many body parts as possible.  You want the learner’s brain to focus and develop only the one pattern or skill without other confusing sensory stimuli coming into the brain. Kids can tend to fidget […]

How can I teach breath holding?

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This is an important skill every parent must demonstrate starting to teach their child to swim at 2-18 months!  There are specific cues to use and visuals your child will see.  Use your bathtub and the time you bathe your child but before you soap them up. Do not tell your child to close their […]

Ted non-swimmer thank you for testimonial

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Ted tells his emotional story in an interview with Richard Crawford my camera man and multi Emmy Award winning video editor.  I was so moved by Ted’s story I had Richard record my emotional thank you.  Ted captured the reasons why I wrote Teach Yourself To Swim book and produced the only complete swimming instructional curriculum […]