For triathletes who want to improve their times by strengthening their swimming, a specific programme can be drawn up. Whether the needs are increased stamina, stroke improvement or gaining experience swimming in a wetsuit for the first time.
Fitness and Stamina improvement
For those wishing to increase their distance, or improve a weaker stroke, there are many ways of achieving this. A programme aiming for specific goals within a stated time frame, is always useful when aiming for improved fitness, and being able to see improvement is a great motivator, this will all be part of your personal programme
Gaining confidence and making progress is easier for both adults and children when they have the pool to themselves and the support and encouragement of an experienced teacher.
All lessons will be with the same teacher enabling the development of a positive relationship and a consistent approach.
As a 62 year old suffering from total left side paralysis following a stroke, I have been attending weekly lessons with Clare. My ambitions were to relearn how to swim and with Clare's patience and guidance I have now achieved my goal. I am able to swim the length of the pool using both front crawl and back stroke much to the amazement of family and friends. Throughout this period I have always felt safe and secure. Furthermore Clare has of her own volition researched swimming aids and techniques that may assist my lessons. I feel very fortunate to be taught by Clare and would recommend her to anyone no matter what their swimming requirements maybe.
We have always taken Anna swimming with the family since she was a toddler.but due to her level of disability found it difficult to find a swim school that felt able to teach her. Despite her triparesis and slurred speech, Clare worked positively with her right from the very first lesson and designed a specific programme for her. Clare also kept Anna's teacher and physiotherapist up to date with her progress. Anna's swimming lessons are always one of the highlights of her week.
Emma T (Anna's Mother)
The patience and persistence Clare has shown with Edward has been integral to his learning to swim and becoming a strong swimmer. His Aspergers Syndrome, makes it difficult for him to work within a group and his previous swim lessons did not work for him. Clare maintains a calm, quiet and predictable approach to his lessons and sets limits he understands and can work with. Swimming is something that Edward is successful at and truly enjoys.
Rebecca (Edward's Mum)