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In At The Deep End, Sink Or Swim

How not to learn deep water confidence… “In those days, deep ends were deep. We were going all the way, just the two of us, to the other side of the foot bath. It was cold up there, and I

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Richard Reorganises His Front Crawl

Richard’s self-taught front crawl didn’t feel good. He wanted to know what he should be thinking. “ Ian’s method is to involve you in the whole process of swimming. It’s as though you are both discovering the possibilities of what

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Rosie, Finding Her Flow

“ I can hardly believe how you’ve managed to transform my stroke and whole approach in just seven lessons.” I’m writing to say thank you again for the fantastic tuition that you gave me last week. I thoroughly enjoyed the

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A Monumental, Life-changing Experience

Tina, Brecon, came for a weekend to overcome her fear. “ Ian, I wanted to thank you once again for my swimming tuition. As you know I found it very challenging, but immensely rewarding, and now have a deep desire

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Bringing Yoga Serenity Into Her Swimming

Hilary, a keen Yoga practitioner, learnt how to chill out in water. As a regular yoga practitioner, I have always found it frustrating not to be able to transfer my yoga breathing and body balance to the water. I love

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Re-thinking Her Swimming

Amanda, London, came for stroke evaluation and to improve technique. “ The lessons have transformed my swimming style and my attitude to swimming.” I am now back to swimming three times a week and have had no neck or back

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Self Discovery In The Water

Ann, from North Wales, came to overcome her fear of water and subsequently to work on technique. Swimming has become part of my life in a way that I never imagined; a real pleasure. I really look forward to getting

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Are You a Head Up Breaststroker?

6 reasons to get your hair wet…According to a survey into the nation’s exercise habits (for the National Lottery Good Causes) 10% of women swim regularly compared to 7% of men.”Women are more likely than men to go swimming for

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