Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions that you couldn’t find on the website? Are you uncertain whether swimming is the best type of exercise for you? Feel free to browse the frequently asked questions below, or contact us if there is anything else that you need or want to know. Adam will be happy to answer your questions. If you are ready to start your private swimming lessons in your own pool, or have a residential pool but you don’t know how to find a qualified swimming teacher, take the first step and write to Adam.

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We mainly offer private swimming lessons in the following areas: Balham, Barnes, Battersea, Bayswater, Belgravia, Brixton, Chelsea, Chiswick, Clapham, Earlsfield, Fulham, Hammersmith, Hampton, Kensington, Kingston upon Thames, New Malden,  Nine Elms, Notting Hill, Paddington, Pimlico, Putney, Raynes Park, Richmond, Streatham, Teddington, Twickenham, Wandsworth, Wimbledon. For an additional cost we can also offer private swimming lessons around these locations.
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Yes. Whether you want to learn to swim at your own pool, or have a residential pool, you can contact Adam for a successful collaboration. Swimming lessons at home are more convenient to people, due to the flexible schedule they offer. They are also more efficient, because learning to swim privately means that the instructor’s attention is only directed towards you. So, if time-management, efficiency, and convenience are important to you, feel free to contact us!
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Choosing the best swimming teacher is not an easy task. You have to find someone who has experience, patience, and of course, can work well with people of different ages. If you are looking for a private instructor who has a flexible schedule and is willing to teach you to swim in your own pool or residential pool, Adam is a great choice!
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Swimming not only burns weight, but it also has cardiovascular health benefits. When you’re swimming, you are using many muscles in your body, which helps you get in shape as well.
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There are several benefits of swimming, that is why this is a great form of exercise, regardless of age. It improves your posture, it helps people who suffer from scoliosis, it burns calories, and it improves your mood as well. By swimming, you work with your entire body.
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Don’t be afraid, you don’t have to do anything special. Just try to avoid large meals right before your swimming course, and be sure that you packed everything you need: a towel, swimsuit, cap, goggles, and of course, your motivation! If you are learning to swim in your own pool, you have an even easier job, since you can find everything in your house, in case you forgot to bring a towel, slippers, or anything else.
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It depends... Are you a beginner? Are you afraid of water? Are you available just once a week? Another factor to consider here is age, as well as your individual learning curve. This can differ from person to person. Just take your time and enjoy the several benefits private swimming classes can offer you!
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When it comes to private swimming lessons and getting over your fear of water, one very important factor is choosing your instructor well. You need to work with someone you trust, and who can motivate you and help you with your goals. He surely has a few tips to overcome your fear of water. For people with their own pool, or residential pool, this is a bit easier, since they can learn to swim in their own environment, in which they feel safer.
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Since everyone has a different learning curve, we cannot say exactly how many classes you will need. It depends on various factors, but there is no rush. It’s important that you feel safe and self-assured in the water, and that you trust your instructor. Together you will achieve great results!
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The average price of a private swimming lessons depends on various factors, such as the days and hours you want to swim, or whether you have your own pool or need the private teacher to arrange one for the lessons. The price also depends on your location: which area would suit you best, and are you willing to attend a course in another area if you don’t own a pool.
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With most of the clients, Adam has a fix schedule that best fits their busy day. However, if you have certain needs or preferences, he can help you find the right time for your swimming lessons. This also depends on your location, and on the days/hours that are available for you and the instructor.
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Swimming improves lung functions so many people with asthma choose this activity. It shouldn’t affect your condition, if you are swimming in your own pool that you got used to. If you know that you have no difficulties in your own or residential pool and your sanitized pool water doesn’t irritate you, feel free to get in touch with Adam and start your new journey together!
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Swimming at any age: do you think it’s impossible? In the right hands, with a patient and qualified instructor, you can learn to swim regardless of your age. We worked with babies of just a few months, as well as with the elderly, or people with disability.
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As a beginner, you will need a basic swimming kit, consisting of swimsuit, swim cap, goggles, and a towel. There are other items that are optional. For more details, check out this guide to choosing a good swimming equipment.
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Although there is no trial class available, you will not regret choosing Adam. His clients are very satisfied and he is proud of the positive feedback and reviews he have received.
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Ideally, if your baby is 3 months+ old, you can attend a swimming class with them and get in the pool with your baby. These swimming lessons are safe and professional, since the private teacher has years of experience working with children of every age. If you are still uncertain about how soon your child can start swimming, contact Adam for advice.
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Adam is a qualified and insured swimming teacher, who can deliver professional services as far as baby, children or adult swimming lessons are concerned. He is also a fully qualified life saver, so you can be sure that you’ll be in good hands during the lessons.