Hi, my name is Chris and I've been teaching swim lessons for over fifteen years with infants through adults, working with beginner swimmers, as well as competitive swimmers, & all ability levels in between.
I started swimming competitively when I was three years old, & I swam through college. After my swimming career I was an assistant coach with my college team (at UMass Dartmouth).
I love teaching swimming because I enjoy helping people feel comfortable & safe in the water.
I have been teaching at the Salvation Army (Kroc Center) for 8 years, my experience includes - infants, toddlers, adults, special needs children or fearful beginners. I attended Bunker Hill community College as a Computer Systems Specialist I was on the swim team for 4 years of High School Came in 3rd in the City Championships. I simply love the fact that I am saving lives helping overcome fears at all levels of clients.
Hi! My name is Allison and I’ve been teaching swim lessons for about 6 years now. I’ve worked with kids and adults of all ages, from 6 months to 50 years! I have experience working with students of all ability levels, as I also teach swimming at a school for children with trauma and disability. I love what I do because I get the opportunity to work with amazing kids every day on potentially lifesaving skills!
Hello! My name is Michaela and I've been teaching swim lessons during the summers for ages 3-14. I've also worked with children at camps and other pools as a lifeguard. I went to Needham High School and graduated in 2019, and I am now at Clemson University studying Marketing. I love teaching swimming because it is a great and fun skill to have!
Hi, my name is Molly and I've been teaching swim lessons for 3 years with ages 4 months to 60 years. I have experience teaching special needs children and fearful beginners. I've worked with children for 7 years as a registered behavior technician, teacher, and babysitter. I went to Florida Gulf Coast University and earned a degree in special education in 2020. I love teaching swimming because there is nothing more satisfying than teaching a child and being able to watch them develop over time.
My name is Bradley Rowan and I recently graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in English. I have been working at Boston University Fitness and recreation center both as a swim instructor and lifeguard since 2016.
I have experience teaching age groups ranging from toddlers to retirees!
There's nothing more satisfying as a swim instructor than watching your students swim confidently on their own!
So what are you waiting for? Book today and let's get swimming!
Hello! My name is Jaila, and I have taught swim lessons for 3 years with all ages and skill levels. I am also a swim coach for the Brockton Barracuda's Special Olympics team. I also have experience as an assistant helper in a daycare where I am also the head lifeguard. I like to teach swim lessons because the children I have taught allow for be to keep a positive attitude in life and makes me feel good knowing they are safe around pools due to the knowledge they gain from swimming classes.
Hi, I'm Leah and I've been a lifeguard for 5 years & teaching swim lessons for 4 of those years. I have 9 years of experience working with children ages 3-15 as a babysitter & teacher at Jewish Sunday schools. I have experience teaching students on the autism spectrum. I'm a senior at Brandeis University. I'm love teaching people how to swim - swimming can help people face fears & surprise themselves with what they can accomplish, I learned this in my four years on my high school swim team.
My name is Whitney, I've been teaching swim lessons for several years. I've also been a lifeguard for many years and worked as a camp counselor. There I taught swimming, fly fishing, waterskiing, kayaking, and more! I have an associates degree from Quincy College and am studying Computer Science at UMass Boston. I love teaching swim lessons and find it rewarding to watch my students progress.
Hello there, my name is Adrienne. I've been swimming since I was 6 years old. I swam competitively in Grade School and High School. I have had the privilege to teach young children from 10-months-old to 13 years old and some adults. I love teaching swimming because it is a life skill that never fails you. In my eyes, swimming provides so many health benefits to the body, soul, and mind. It gives focus, relaxation, fun, and discipline.