Swim Lessons for Adults and Children
Safety, safety, safety is Dee's number one concern when teaching
swim lessons.  Not only does a person need to know how to swim
but what to do when their muscles are fatigued to keep safe in the

Dee teaches all age groups from 6 months to 106 years old or
older.  With children she starts off with play to get them comfortable
with her and the water.  Water is fun and a good place to play but it
must be safe.

Dee is certified with the American Red Cross as a WSI (Water
Safety Instructor).  She has taught for years and love teaching.

With adult swim lessons she promises you will swim the first lesson
if you do everything she tells you to.  

Before and during swim lessons you will have homework. Breathing
is usually the number one problem adults and children have when
learning to swim.  Then to see the wide open space of the pool only
adds to the anxiety.  There are 3 homework exercises Dee has
found very valuable to all students (adults and children) learning to

In a bathtub on your knees (Why bathtub? It is a safe small place
to practice breathing)

First Exercise:
  • Close your mouth and eyes.
  • Hold your breath.
  • Put your face in the water up to your hair line.
  • Come up

Second Exercise:
  • Hold your hand in front of you with palm opened.
  • Blow on your hand.
  • Close your eyes.
  • Continue to blow on your hand dipping your whole face into the
    water up to the hair line.
  • Continue blowing on your hand and come up.

Third Exercise:
  • Close your mouth.
  • Hum
  • Close your eyes.
  • Continue to hum dipping your whole face into the water up to
    the hair line.
  • Continue humming on your hand and come up.

Doing these 3 exercises in the bath tub will help any swimmer to
gain confidence in breathing in the water.

Call or email Dee today for swim lessons.  
Free Style
(Front Crawl)
Breast Stroke
Back Stroke
Butterfly Stroke
Back Stroke
Side Stroke