Not comfortable in the water. We prefer all Preschool 1 children start with private lessons.
comfortable in water, can put face in and glide or float for 5 seconds
comfortable in water, can do beginning strokes and swim 15 yards unassisted.
New to swimming, not comfortable in water
This class is for the more advanced level 2, but not ready for level 3.
Can swim 15 yd. basic crawl with some breathing, can float and kick on back
can swim crawl stroke 25 yards with side breathing
This is a lower level Pre-Comp focused more on 25’s and stroke development. This :45 minute class works as a group practicing all 4 strokes, turns and mechanics.
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This is the more advanced Pre-Comp swimming more 50’s and working more endurance. This :45 minute class works as a group practicing all 4 strokes, turns and mechanics.
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lap swimming, water walking or aerobic time.
Adults new to swimming, not comfortable in the water.
Instructor lead water aerobics to music.
For adults who have learned to float in the water.
6 month to 18 month old. Adult must be in the water with the babies. Water depth is a maximum of 4 feet and 88 degrees WARM!
Lisa is phenomenal!
I have 4 kids and we’ve been taking swim lessons from Lisa for a little over a year now, and I’m so glad we found her! Ever since we switched and started weekly semi-private lessons with Lisa, I can see a huge improvement with my older boys. She has taught them proper technique and the nuances of swimming that most instructors aren’t able to teach. At this point, they would probably be able to compete fairly well in a swim team setting if they chose to pursue that.
My two younger ones, a 5 and 3 year old have learned in a year what probably took my older boys 2 years to learn. And the 3 year old is learning more about being comfortable in the water and being able to swim to an edge if he ever fell in. Lisa has helped him be extremely comfortable in an aquatic setting and is helping him learn basic safety.
With something like swim lessons, you do get what you pay for. And I want my kids to be comfortable in the water, be able to survive if they need to, and I’m confident that my kids will be able to do that, especially with Lisa’s help.
I joined the Masters swim program at Gold Creek Gym in Woodinville (not Gold's Gym, mind you - goldcreektennis.com) a few year's ago and it's the best thing I've done in a long time! Not having a swimming background, I didn't know what I didn't know! Under Lisa's tutelage, I can now do butterfly and backstroke which I had never done before joining. She's really good at teaching the technical aspects of a stroke, so as a result, I keep improving my freestyle times which is very inspiring. Even though some nights I'm exhausted at 8 pm to start practice, I ALWAYS feel better at the end of my workout. Lisa works us really hard, but she's also really good at bringing on new people and working with a variety of different skill sets.
Lisa serves as my swim coach, but she also spent some time giving swim lessons to my 11 year old son. She did a really nice job explaining things so that they made sense to him and was great at motivating him to try new things (always a challenge). I trust Lisa as a coach for all swim related activities (indoor, outdoor etc..) plus biking, running and anything else athletic.
Lisa is an amazing coach and swim teacher. About 2 years ago she started giving private swim lessons to my then 13-year old son who could swim but had zero technique. He is autistic and she was so calm and patient with him. After about a year he decided that he wanted to try swim team at the high school. So she spent about 9 months (weekly lessons) working with him on all the different strokes that he was expected to know for swimming. He did do swim team at the high school and we can thank Lisa for instilling him with confidence. She was just great for him and easy for me to work with as well. I highly recommend Lisa for swim lessons.
Lisa is a naturally gifted coach; both for swimming and the sport of triathlon. She has a passion for swimming and thoroughly enjoys teaching others to be successful in this area. Lisa has extensive expertise with stroke analysis, understanding what changes need to be made to improve your stroke. She focuses on technique and has creative methods in which she breaks the bad habits of a swimmer and teaches correct form. Her passion parallels her dedication; ensuring that her swimmers reach potential. For me, my swim continues to improve, as Lisa works to make changes to stroke, ensuring I resist returning to bad habits and focus on good form. Whether the beginner or the experienced swimmer, I highly recommend her as a coach.