This fantastic location just off the A4 is purpose built for Baby Swimming Classes and located in West London.
For more information, see below or why not contact us!
178 Wood Lane
|TEACHING DAYS:||7 DAYS PER WEEK|
|LESSON TIMES:||8.30am - 6.30pm|
|PRICE LIST||10 Lessons Weekday £139 W/E £169|
|MAKEUP LESSONS||3 FREE makeup lessons per term|
|CHANGING FACILITIES:||2 x Ladies, 2 x Mens|
|SPECTATORS AREA||Covered & Heated Viewing Area|
|PARKING||Osterley Park Hotel Designated Area|
Autumn Term October - December 2017
Winter Term January - March 2018
What makes a great swimming teacher? Knowledge, communication skills, patience and passion. Having taught children to swim for the last 9 years I understand the importance of ensuring your little one has a fun and positive experience in the water and that you, as Mum or Dad, understand what progressive practices we are doing and why. Progression is my obsession, and that is what I aim for in every lesson. See you at poolside!
From a very young age, sports has been my passion, and swimming has always been one of my favourite activities; be it in the sea, rivers or swimming pools. I was a competitive swimmer from childhood through to my teenage years. I teach kids and adults of all abilities and ages. It is an absolute pleasure to teach so many amazing parents and their cute babies at London Baby Swim, seeing their faces lightening up before during and after swimming time makes my days more special. As well as teaching I am a mother of a beautiful 5-year-old boy, a student of a Master's degree in Osteopathy, and a qualified Pre/Post-Pregnancy Massage Therapist.
Kaz has been working in East Hampton, New York for the past 4 summers as a swim Teacher and Lifeguard. She holds qualifications for: National Pool Lifeguard, Level 1 ASA Swim Teacher and American Red Cross Lifeguard CPR/AED. Kaz strives to provide a fun and instructive atmosphere for children of all ages, she pushes her clients to become self-assured in the pool, without overdoing what the parent or child feels comfortable with. Her creative background in Graphic Design helps with children scared of the water, always thinking of new techniques to help each individual child learn to swim confidently and develop a lifelong love of being in the water!
Having acquired a love of the water from a very young age, I competed in swimming at a National level in my youth. I soon after became qualified as a lifeguard at Hampton Open Air Pool and it was there I discovered an interest in the science of swimming and teaching.
I completed my ASA Level 1 Teaching Qualification in 1996 and from here, I began working with an independent swim school specialising in teaching pupils in West London schools after hours. In 2011, and in-between having my 2 sons (now 6 and nearly 2), I completed my ASA Level 2 in Teaching Aquatics and have been specialising in babies and children ever since. Teaching is something I thoroughly love and this is reflected in my lessons which are always delivered with a passion!