Why is Miracle Swimming needed in your town?
- "My students are suffering from what I don't know." - Sharon Powers, Powers Swimming, West Palm Beach, FL
- "How do we get Miracle Swimming to the masses? My apologies to the thousands we've taught the old way." - John T., Dallas, Texas
- "I always wondered why some of my students just weren't getting it. Now I understand: I just wasn't teaching it!" - MaryAnn Bein, Blue Water Swim School, Piscataway, NJ
What will your new skills be as a Miracle Swimming Instructor?
- Understand what adult non-swimmers really want to know
- Create an atmosphere in class that's most conducive to fun, efficient learning, which brings people back for more until they've learned all they want to know
- Be successful with every single student
- Get your students to relax consistently and form a habit of ease in the water
- Teach adult non-swimmers how to be free and peaceful in deep water
- Have a grounded, sensible, true answer to every question adults ask about LTS
- Have a system that cannot fail, that has never once failed in 34 years and over 5000 students, that you can stand behind with utter confidence
- Be able to motivate your students to practice and look forward to it
- Have a money-back satisfaction guarantee
- Convey the nuts and bolts of relaxation and control in water and how to get there: it's not about telling people to relax! It's not about physical skills. It is very simple. It can be found by clicking here. If you agree with that page, and you want to help adults learn to swim, you could be a fit to become a Miracle Swimming Instructor.
- Show students that though they think freestyle or learning to breathe is their next step in LTS, first they actually need to understand how the water works with their bodies and be able to remain in control. THEN, they can learn strokes. You, as an instructor trainee, may undergo a transformation to learn that, yourself!
Defining the Problem: What is missing from most swimming lessons for fearful adults today?
1. Instructors and students believe that knowing how to swim means knowing strokes.
2. Instructors and students believe that learning strokes helps adults to overcome their fear of water.
3. Students do not feel heard when they say, “Yes, I can stroke, but I don’t feel I can swim because I’m still afraid in the deep end.”
4. Students don't feel safe. Fear and panic are not discussed.
5. Students panic in class.
6. Students who quit are not asked why.
7. Students don't love their lessons.
8. Instructors think that if THEY think a student is safe, it's more important than the student's feeling safe.
9. Students leave class wondering if something is wrong with them.
Our 21st century system of teaching has ushered in a new era of teaching power and effectiveness.
Bring these safety essentials to Swimming in your community:
- An infallible series of steps of learning to swim that cannot fail and which speeds up learning for all students
- Increased participation in all swimming sports
- New possibilities for water safety
- The steps of healing fear, as opposed to managing fear
- A new paradigm of learning applicable to any learning
- Empowerment of swim instructors to succeed with all students
- Keeping pools open by increasing the number of people who love swimming
Could those be helpful to you?
"Just like MasterCard...priceless." -Mary Anne Bein, New Jersey swim school owner of Blue Water Swim
" It is completely the opposite of what traditional training represents. If I had only read about this system and not witnessed it several times over, I would be skeptical as to its success. I have always been pushed, and have been taught to do the same thing in order to produce results. No amount of "pushing" can produce the results that your system does in any of the swimmers I have seen through this program."
-Ian Thorburn, Dallas, TX, Trainee