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Van Maanenbad, BlijdorpVan Maanenstraat 8, Rotterdam
|Sunday||13:15 – 14:00||All Swimming Levels|
|Sunday||14:00 – 14:45||All Swimming Levels|
|Tuesday||19:00 – 19:45||Beginners Small Group|
Van Maanenstraat 8, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Christina Founder and Co-Owner
Thanks to an interesting and fortunate turn in my career, I became the owner of this wonderful swim school! I am originally an agronomist. After living and working in Kenya for two years, I came back to The Hague and decided to get off the corporate track for a while and continued doing what I really enjoyed while travelling through Africa; sharing my passion for exercising in the water and helping others to learn how to swim. That was the first time I realized how hard it can be dealing with fear of water. I got my qualifications to become a swimming instructor and my passion for teaching others to swim could not be stopped ever since. In the meantime I became a NLP master, this offered me helpful skills in order to communicate with our students who fear water. I have taught hundreds of people how to swim over the years and I can't wait to help you to achieve your goals!
"It humbles me that our students allow us to work with them. They are our heroes!"""
Ciao Tutti, I swopped Milan for a new life in the Netherlands. I have been working for decades as a qualified teacher for adults and children. I can guarantee my full commitment to every swimmer in my class; beginners, advanced as well as masters. Within those 45 minutes, I will help you reach your next level. I love to see my swimmers get satisfaction when they reached their targets time after time. Whether it is a new stroke, a longer distance or a complete different exercise. Arrivederci !
"We say...a man can live 5 days without water... only if he is not a swimmer!"""
I started swimming at an early age when I arrived from Iran. My mother had also learned swimming in the Netherlands, so I had witnessed this process closely. Therefore I know firsthand how life changing it can be. I found my passion for teaching after I had finished high school. I decided to take a year off and become a swim instructor. Currently I am a bachelor student in chemistry as well. I get really excited when I see that my students are making progress.
"For a swim coach, seeing your progress is our best reward!"""
Ask me what swimming means to me and you get a cery clear answer; swimming means the world to me! The moment when you have total control in the water is really great. It gives you a feeling of being free. When I started playing waterpolo at the age of 12 I couldn’t swim very well, but I loved it immediately. Nowadays I’m still playing waterpolo and next to that I swim races at Master championships as well. Every Sunday, I lead a team of devoted coaches in Rotterdam. We welcome new swimmers every week.
"Being free and relaxing into the water is the most important thing. I grant anyone those feelings.. So that is why I’m a coach at YPSC!"""