Hi I’m Ginger! I’ve taught babies, children and adults year round for over 7 years and many summers in the decades before.
In college I studied custom sewing. For 8 years I ran a daycare in my home.
In the water with my students is my “happy place.” Swimming opens up the world in a unique way. It impacts your safety, health, family relationships, vacations and countless water based sports and activities.
If you’re afraid of the water, give me a chance to show you what you CAN do.
Hi, my name is Sarah and I've been teaching swim lessons on and off for 7 years with ages 3 to adult. I've also worked with children as substitute teacher, babysitter, and Sunday school teacher. I went to the College of Biblical Studies and earned a degree in Biblical Counseling in 2016. I love teaching swimming because I am passionate about children's water safety and seeing their pride when they become more confident in the water as they master their swimming skills.
Deer Park, Texas
Hi, my name is Francesco and I have been swimming since I was 7 years old! I've been teaching swim lessons since I was 16 years old. I have taught from the ages of 3 months to 60 years old. I was part of the National team as well. I went to University in Italy, where I received my degree in Organization and Management Science.
My name is Erika Miller and I've been teaching swim lessons for 14 years, with ages 3 months to 63 years. I also coached a high school swim team for 11 years, which included a student with special needs. I have also trained adults who were competing in their first Triathlon. I have worked with students with special needs as a long-term substitute teacher and an instructional aide for a year.
I enjoy the seeing the confidence in children when they have conquered their water fears.
Hi, my name is Corrie! Apart from teaching swim lessons, I have spent 20 years coaching and mentoring kids and adults for activities such as Gymnastics, Dance, Horseback Riding and Archery. I received my degree in Agriculture Management from Kirkwood College in 2001. I love teaching swim lessons to help babies, kids and adults to feel comfortable and safe in the water. I look forward to working with you and/or your family.
Hi, my name is Vicente and I have been teaching swim lessons for the past two years, from infants to high school students. I have also worked with children for a total of four years, as a babysitter, as a tutor, and also as a Sunday school teacher. I attended the University of Houston and received a bachelors degree in finance. Now I hold my coaching certification for a USA Swim Team known as the Bridge Bats. I teach swim because I feel it is a very important skill for all ages.
Hi, my name is Emma Pace and this is my second year teaching swim lessons with ages 12 months to 16 years old. I've also worked with children for 4 years as a babysitter, mentor, and lifeguard. I am currently a student at Texas Tech University. I will be finishing my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology this fall! My hobbies include running, reading, swimming, and painting! I love teaching swim lessons because I enjoy working with children and watching them grow while having fun and being safe!
Hello! My name is Hector Bayaborda. I am looking forward to sharing my love for swimming and water safety. I was involved in club swimming for 12 years with Dad’s Club. For the past 2 years I have also been offering private lessons to children ages 4 to 14. Currently I’m a student at St. Mary’s University and studying Biology. I love helping children to improve in the water whether it be stroke work or teaching beginners how to swim for safety and/or competitive reasons.
Hi, my name is Ella, and I've been teaching swim lessons for over a year and have also swam competitively for 9 years. I teach students anywhere from 6 months old up to the swim team level. I love helping swimmers of all ages learn water safety and the 4 main strokes. I look forward to helping others feel comfortable in the water, so they can be the best swimmer they can be.
Hi! My name is Eli and I've been teaching swim lessons for three years with ages two years through adults at every prior skill or fear level. The majority of my experience, however, is with ages two to seven who fear the water. I am also a Lifeguard with five years of experience, swam competitively for my high school, and am currently a student at the University of Houston. I think water safety is one of the most important skills you can learn and I love being a part of that learning process!