My teaching method is NOT "by the book". Some of it is based on what we're taught on the course but not much. My teaching methods are based on Physiology and physics. Some say I'm more of a science teacher than a swimming teacher despite having no degrees in science. As someone who had a back and shoulder injury I also foucs on the biology of the body.
Everything I've taught, I've tried and tested myself in the pool.
I'm a swimming teacher who has veen teaching for quite a while now. I started off lifeguarding when I was 16, then moved on from there. I've taught pretty much everyone from 3 years upwards and have had some really good feedback from the adults I've taught in the past. This positive feedback is what has kept me going. I have the ability to fix a stroke or help with something else without getting in the pool or even being there. Of course I don't mind being in the pool, it's nice to cool down.
Tom is the best swimming teacher we’ve ever had! All my boys adore him and their technique is so much better. They have really gained confidence in the water.
Tom has been an amazing swimming teacher for my 2 children. He teaches technique as well as making the lessons really fun. He really understands the children and how to get the most out of them. I would highly recommend Tom.
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