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Yes, students need access to a private in-home pool for lessons. Residential apartment pools from families and friends are suitable.

Learning speeds vary for each individual. A more accurate assessment can be provided after observing your movements in the water. Generally, students achieve their goals within 5-10 lessons.

Our instructors cater to various age groups and skill levels. 


  • Instructor Jade: Specializes in coaching swim club swimmers or those aspiring to join a swim club, and offers lifeguarding skills training.
  • Instructor Fouj: Provides lessons for children aged 3-12 and adults, and also offers lifeguarding skills training.
  • Instructor Diogo: Provides lessons for children aged 5 years and above, as well as adults of any age who have struggled with learning to swim. His expertise also extends to high-level technical stroke correction, personalized for both swim club students and adults of varying abilities.

We primarily offer one-on-one lessons for maximum effectiveness, with a maximum of 4 students per class if skill levels are similar. Semi-private lessons are available upon request. Let us know if you’d like to join a semi-private lesson at someone else’s pool, or if you have access to a pool and would like to invite other students to create a semi-private lesson.

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Client Reviews

Diogo is a phenomenal swimming instructor. I have learned lots of things just in one lesson and can’t wait to have other lessons. I would highly recommend him for anyone.

Artist C

Diogo was super friendly and easy to connect with. Learning a new skill could be daunting but he took me through the process in a structured way and I was able to learn some valuable fundamental skills. Would definitely recommend.

Ekta Sinha

Diogo is very professional and friendly to the children. The children really enjoyed his classes. I could see that my child’s improvement after every class. My 4 year old learned how to swim within 10 classes of 30mins each. Highly recommend to anyone who wants to learn swimming.

Ada Zeng