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Parents' Blog

Teaching Mom to Swim

March 15, 2017

Swimming was something that young women, growing up in Denver, just didn't do. You should understand that in my Mom’s day there were no public swimming pools. To cool off on hot days, people went to the various lakes around the city. Typically, the boys and men would dive off docks into the cold lakes and would swim around, and the women and girls would sunbathe and wade in the shallow parts of the lake. Swimming lessons were nonexistent. The way that most people learned to swim was the “sink or swim” method: you were pushed into the water and either you made it back to the dock or someone would pull you out.  So, like many people in that generation, my mom never learned to swim.

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How to Keep Your Child Motivated to Stay in Swim Lessons (or any lesson)

September 14, 2016

Through my years of teaching, I’ve seen all kinds of parents and students from all walks of life come into swim lessons. Sometimes, unfortunately, I hear a child tell me they don’t like being in lessons and I always ask them why. Some answers I’ve heard include: “I don’t care about it anymore”,  “It’s not fun”, “I know how to swim, why should I stay in longer?”

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Time; Everyone Wants More

March 16, 2016

There is an elusive thing that every human being searches for, hopes for, wishes for, and sometimes, even begs for; Time. We never seem to have enough of it!

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