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Coming Home to Water Part Two: Mindful Movement

in PNW Swim Foundations

Coming Home to Water Part Two: Mindful Movement (13.5 hours, WOC & NBPOC)


with Chandrika Francis

Calendar Next available session starts Jun 6, 2023 at 7:30 pm, runs for 3 weeks
1 additional session on Aug 1, 2023

Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays for 3 weeks (13.5 hours total).

$45/hour market rate, with sliding scale going down to $15/hour

This 13.5-hour course is $607 total (as low as $205)

Who this class is for: Intermediate womxn & non-binary POC swimmers who have taken Coming Home to Water Part One: Breath & Body  (or 8+ OSS swim lessons), *and* for whom breathing, gliding, and floating is fully comfortable. 

Already took part one and ready to learn more advanced technique? This is the course for you! We will continue to weave with water by skill-building in the arenas of movement, more advanced breath technique, and underwater exploration.  Centering joy and play, we will gain the experience necessary to enjoy the water with your friends and family, as well as the foundations of stroke development. Through mindfulness, meditation, and self inquiry activities, we center healing and deepening your relationship with water. This class is geared towards adults of color with fear of water, but also welcomes those who already love being in water, and want to develop their skills in a safer space.

Maximum number of Students: 5

Pool Description: Indoor Full size pool 4ft all the way across, 92 degrees, located in Renton. 

*COVD-19 Precautions: Class size limited to 5 students, to increase access, students and instructors are required to be up to date on vaccination, OR take a weekly COVID test. 

*Accessibility: ADA accessible parking and locker rooms, five steps with a hand rail to enter pool. 

*Please note this class is a space for those who have experienced gender and race based exclusions from aquatic environments (womxn of color and non-binary POC). Contact if you have questions or want to find a different way to be involved! 

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