Adam is a patient, talented and hardworking swimming teacher and swimming coach, who has exceptional interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to work with disabled people. He is focused on self-improvement, making full use of professional development opportunities by applying new methods and ideas to his teaching and coaching. Adam is a quick learner, who can find suitable solutions to meet the needs of clients. In the past few years, he has practised numerous teaching styles, perfecting his technique in London, using a hands-on approach to get the best results.
Adam’s philosophy is simple and yet a great one: keep the lessons fun, interesting and interactive in a professional and safe environment. He believes that swimming is an essential life skill and with the right guidance you will learn to respect, love and be at ease in the water.
Adam keeps an eye out for new developments of the world of swimming. Since swimming constantly evolves, developing new and efficient teaching techniques, as well as being up-to-date with the latest findings, is critical to his success.
Ever since he was little, Adam was interested in swimming and learning how to swim. Nevertheless, his swimming tuition journey only began when he was working as a manny (male nanny) for 3 years in the UK. He enjoyed conducting different sport activities (swimming/football/tennis) with the kids. After that, he started working as a swimming teacher at the Harbour Club Chelsea and Notting Hill, and has private clients mainly in South West London.
Adam is a fully qualified and insured swimming teacher and coach, who can deliver sessions to babies, toddlers, children and adults of all ages and abilities. He is also a fully qualified life saver, which means that he can legally work without a lifeguard, and of course, you or your child is completely safe in his hands.
Adam is very passionate about what he is doing. He believes that his job is very rewarding, and he always wants to see and be there for his clients when they achieve their goals.