Tag Archives: adults

From Fear to Euphoria!

From Fear to Euphoria! I am compelled to write this in admiration of the Mind/Body Awareness Programme and of Stephanie Dutton as the experienced teacher who has been working with me. My background is working as a Director and Managing … Continue reading

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Troubled Waters

I am teaching a 6-year old boy who has become quite anxious of the water. For the past two years he has been having group swimming lessons at the local pool with a traditional ASA swimming teacher. Classes were large, … Continue reading

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Being Present

“Conquer your fear of the water.” Does that sound intimidating to you?   Can’t we stop conquering things for a while and just work with them?  Why does everything have to be so competitive? What if it was worded differently, … Continue reading

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A love of photography helps me to connect to my students…

I have two passions, teaching people to learn to enjoy the water  and photography. But, how do the two meld? Photography has taught me how to be in the present moment, it’s not about just taking a photo, but being present with the … Continue reading

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