Swimming must be enjoyable In this video, Evie, who is 7 months of age, will show you how much she is enjoying her swimming lessons. She is conditioned to hold her breath on our verbal trigger ‘Evie, ready go’. Because she masters breath control, she can submerge safely underwater for […]
World Wide Swim School holds a collection of helpful articles and resources for techniques and tips on how to teach swimming, mainly for swim teachers. These are dedicated to swim teachers and instructors seeking more information and further education.
Take a look at this wonderful video of 2 year old Jethro swimming. His mother Renee was one of our swimming teachers at Laurie Lawrence Swim School Helensvale. Can you believe that Jethro is now nine years old. What I love about this video is how relaxed Renee is. You’ll […]
Backstroke is perhaps the easiest and fastest stroke to teach because it doesn’t require swimmers to learn complex breathing techniques. Once children can comfortably float on their back, it is very easy to build in the kick and follow the progression by introducing the arm strokes. Backstroke is a versatile […]
During swimming lessons, children should learn to swim! It sounds basic but I have people who e-mail, join my swim school or approach me on the street to tell me that they have attended swimming lessons for say 3 years, and their child still doesn’t know how to swim and […]
There has been a lot of social media hype around ISR (Infant Survival Resources). At World Wide Swim School, people always ask for our point of view on this technique, particularly its validity for water safety and drowning prevention. Our position is clear. Swimming lessons that allow babies and children […]