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I would like a schedule of your upcoming private lessions. Do you offer classes during the day?
Thank you for your e-mail regarding private swimming lessons. I am a private instructor helping children as well as adults learn to swim and enjoy the water.
I like to do a ten day program for students who have not been with me before. Monday thru Friday is the ideal way of swimming, but if you cannot do everyday then at least 3 times a week is condusive to learning and retaining. My hours of teaching are Monday thru Friday from 9 a.m. till 9p.m., no Saturdays but I do Sundays from 12 to 8 p.m. The best time to get into my schedule is during the day. The night time spots between 4p.m. till 9p.m. is hard to get in because it is the prime time. Mid morning to early afternoon is great time to get in.
I am located at the Best Western Plus at 6755 Dorsey Road in Elkridge. We have an indoor heated pool, very condusive to learning. Very quiet, I see very little guests while I am teaching. We provide towels and the bathroom/showers are in the pool area for both men and women.
My fee for the ten lessons is $375.00. Due on the first day of the lessons. There is a $25.00 registration fee due after you register for the lessons. The address where you send it is on the website.
According to your knowledge of swimming that you have will determine how I will teach you. Starting from beginning to advance, with all the skill such as kicking, arm movements breathing and flotation. So we can acquire the front crawl, back stroke, very comfortable in the water and treading water.
Please give me a call at your convenience so we can look at the schedule for the availability in our schedule for the times that you need. My number that I can be reached is (443) 845-4200.
Thanks in advance for your interest.
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