I have always been into sport, and swimming has been a passion of mine from a young age. I was lucky enough to swim competitively as a member of the national squad team, but my journey came to a pause when I decided to dedicate my time to my Dance degree.
However my overwhelming love for swimming led me to complete my ASA qualifications, and I have never looked back. My understanding of health and well-being have been a great contribution to my teaching style; I believe that learning should be fun and engaging. Development is more natural when the students are excited to come to class – this is something I aim to bring to each lesson. I always do my best to transmit my passion because there is nothing more rewarding than hearing a little one call your name with a smile on their face – just to show you they can finally perform the skill you have been teaching them!
I am also an Open Water Diver, an ex-county runner and a local league netball player; but my first love still calls to me – so here I am! I not only feel at home in the water, I feel free.