We teach beginners and train athletes. We build confidence in nervous first-timers and refine technique in competent swimmers. However old you are, whatever level you’re at, Swimming Nature can help.
By combining highly structured modular lesson plans, small class sizes and hands-on, in-water instructor attention, we ensure you or your child makes rapid and visible progress.
Not only do we emphasise the mechanics of the four strokes, but we teach the how, why and what behind effortless, energy-efficient swimming, so with Swimming Nature, you’ll swim faster, better and in harmony with your body.
Brandon holds a Level 2 swimming teaching qualification an NLPQ Life Guarding qualification and an NVQ LEVEL 2 in Leisure
Brandon has been swimming since a teenager and has a huge passion for it. He has been a qualified swimming teacher since 2017 and enjoys every second of it
The reason why Brandon is pursuing a job in in swimming teaching is because swimming has been his passion for years and delivering it to the next generation is his idea of a perfect job. Brandon has a good understanding of the sport and the learn to swim pathway and how to deliver lessons.
Brandon likes the swimming nature program because it really allows students to excel in areas of swimming in comparison to normal sessions due to the methods we use and smaller sessions.
He enjoys teaching all age and level groups.
Diogo qualified as an Instructor through the ASA in 2010 and joined the Swimming Nature team in 2016, bringing his significant Swimming Teaching experience with him. Diogo previously taught at various secondary schools (including Special Needs schools) for over 7 years; he prides himself in crafting appropriately challenging lesson plans and supporting personalised learning and development. Diogo is also a distinguished Academic with a Diploma in Education and Training, a Masters in Advanced Educational Practices and an Undergraduate Degree in Sports Science to name a few, and is fluent in an impressive 5 languages!
Francisco learned to swim in his native Colombia and has been swimming his whole life. His passion for swimming led him to become as swimming teacher. He is very friendly and willing to meet new people.
Francisco loves the Swimming Nature methodology and its philosophy around swimming and its commitment in teaching people how to swim properly. He loves teaching and see how people progress and develop their skills.
He enjoys teaching swimming to children of any age and abilities!
In his free time he dedicates himself to his hobbies which are Tennis, Basketball and Hiking.
Jhonn swam for and coached for his local swimming club for many years, following their stringent training programme, developing technique and providing poolside support for swimmers and parents alike. With such valuable experience we are very glad he joined Swimming Nature! Also finding the time to obtain a degree in Law and playing volleyball and football in his spare time, Jhonn enjoys leading a healthy and active lifestyle which has only been enhanced by his return to the pool. Finding as much satisfaction in introducing a new swimmer to the water as developing the techniques and stamina of the more experienced, Jhonn brings his energy and enthusiasm to every lesson. He enjoys teaching all levels and age groups and takes every opportunity to encourage confidence, development and a lifelong love of the water!
Rheanne is a very bubbly person in general no matter what life throws at her. She enjoy swimming and she has been swimming from a young age.
Being able to teach allows her to pass on the passion she has for the sport. Rheanne is a very focused she loves to see growth and changes. Rheanne have been teaching for a number of years and have enjoyed this profession learning new ways to teach people and seeing great results.
Rheanne likes the fact that the Swimming Nature way is a more personal way of teaching. On her previous experiences there were a lot more children in the class.
She thins that as with swim nature the class size is much smaller, she will be able to have more time and help the students in better ways that she could before.
Rheanne enjoys teaching students of any ages and abilities!
Tom qualified as a swimming teacher in 2011 and since then has been teaching children and adults of all ages and abilities, delivering his lessons with an abundance of variety and enthusiasm. His teaching experience ranges from absolute beginners to competitive swimmers. He took a few months out to go travelling around the world before joining the Swimming Nature team in April 2017. He is extremely passionate about delivering lessons of the highest quality and shares Swimming Natures vision of teaching correct stroke technique while building confidence and enjoyment in the water. Outside of work, Tom is a keen amateur musician, playing the trumpet and singing in a Ska band and a Rock band. He also enjoys watching various sports and travelled to Brazil in 2014 and 2016 to support his country in the World Cup and the Olympics respectively.
Arsenal underground station is nearby and on road pay and display parking is available in the immediate area.
All customers must sign in at the main reception before going downstairs to the changing rooms. If you would like to use the club facilities during the time of your lesson, you must become a member of Fitness First.n Please do not leave children in the club unsupervised at any time.
Please meet your instructor on poolside.
Please enter the poolside no earlier than 2-3 minutes before the lesson begins. Customers and their children can view the lessons from the benches provided. Please do not use your mobile phone while on poolside.
Supervision is strictly on a 1-1 basis. Baby Lessons - babies wear a double layer, one happy nappy and one disposable baby water nappy. Push chairs and buggies are only permitted for baby lessons. We have worked in partnership with Fitness First to accommodate the customer requests to bring a baby buggy and we are happy to address that it will be permitted but with some guidelines to be followed. Please note the procedure below: We have worked in partnership with Fitness First to accommodate the customer requests to bring a baby buggy and we are happy to address that it will be permitted but with some guidelines to be followed. Please note the procedure below: When arriving at the club, please direct yourself towards Fitness First reception and let the Fitness First team member know you?re booked for a baby swim session. A buggy bag for the pram will then be provided. Please remember to bring your own padlock and key. There will be no option to rent a padlock from Fitness First Proceed to the ground floor disabled changing area and place the buggy within the bag and store in the corridor. Please ensure you have the smallest possible buggy, so that the area is kept tidy and accessible. 4.When the lesson has finished, and you are both changed, please take the bag back to reception and hand the empty bag to a Fitness First team member 5. Important note - we can only allow one buggy per parent Bikes and scooters are also not allowed inside. Please wear blue overshoes on the poolside.
Male and female facilities are provided. To obtain access, please collect a card from the reception. Children under the age of 8 years using the opposite sex changing rooms must use the cubicles provided and be accompanied by an adult. It is recommended that you bring your own towel.