Meet Daniel

Training experience:
5 years

Lithuanian swimcoach flag

In the Netherlands since:

Lithuanian, Russian and English

You can find Daniel at:
The Hague


I started swimming when I was 6 years-old and since that day, I have never stopped! It took around 3-4 years to get to a higher level of swimming where I was noticed and transferred to professional competition level groups.  I have now spent around 10 years at a professional level with intense training schedules and many competitions all over Europe. I have trained in Lithuania at the “Vilnius Water Sports School” and individually with Lithuania’s National team coach. When I am not in the pool,  I am a business student at the The Hague University of Applied Science.


Coaching Style:

I am a friendly, communicative, and punctual person and I always do my best for my students. In return, my students do the same; no one can hide or take it easy in my class!  I have a good eye for individual challenges and therefore will never treat a group as uniform or the same.



My favourite stroke to teach is front crawl and I love to teach this to beginners as well as for sport swimmers . In addition, I also love teaching the butterfly stroke to anyone who would like to learn.

“I want to give all the knowledge and experience that I gained during my sports career to the people who never experienced what real swimming means.”

Our adult swim classes

Your Personal Swim Coach will help you become a more confident you, a stronger, fitter and healthier you, a happier, care-free you and ensure your success in learning to enjoy and feel safe in and around water!

Water Introduction

If you cannot swim at all and are fearful and/or challenged in water generally.

You took classes before and failed or it has been a very long time ago.


You can swim comfortable in shallow water, however deep water gives you discomfort.

This level requires for you know all the 4 basic strokes and you have had swim lessons before.


If you have no issues in  deep water and able to swim more than  200m without getting exhausted.

You want to become fitter and stronger and swimming is your weekly workout.

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