Perfection is not attainable. But if we chase it, we can catch Excellence.
— Vince Lombardi

Swim Lessons | Competitive Technique Coaching | Fitness Training

SWIM TECHNIQUE COACHING provides the best and highest quality of competitve swim lessons for children, teens, and adults.  We work with students at every level from novice to elite athlete and recommend our students come to us already comfortable with going under water, floating, and able to swim at least 25 yards of the pool. Competitive swimmers, triathletes, or fitness swimmers will benefit from our 35 years of experience in coaching technique for maximum efficiency and speed.  We work with USA Club swimmers from any club who desire the competitive edge.  In addition, we provide pre-season high school swimming and meet preparation; general nutritional guidelines, dry training, and race strategy tips for events.  Our students come from many regions throughout eastern Pennsylvania and as far away as the Caribbean.

We base our coaching on  USA Swimming and American Swim Coaches Association guidelines for best practices in skill development and refinement.  Our targeted approach to swim instruction takes into account individual body type, employs effective drills, and provides specific corrective feedback to achieve early results!  Private coaching offers the quickest way to improve your swimming technique and achieve your goals, so we encourage one to one lesson scheduling.  We also offer seasonal clinics and group lessons by request.  Whatever your starting point, we will help you reach your goals at each step toward success!



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We utilize two sparkling 25 yard indoor warm water pools for year round instruction.

Swimming builds brain strength even as it relaxes the mind. We may spend our first nine months in the “water” of the womb, and we are born with basic abilities to kick in the water, but the crawl and sidestroke are skills we learn. This means that the combination of cognitive effort and aerobic exercise involved in swimming can provide the brain with the satisfying, stress-reducing feeling of “flow” that comes with the practice of an embodied skill.
— Wallace J. Nichols, Blue Mind, 2015