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Nuffield Brondesbury Park

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Nuffield Brondesbury Park Sidmouth Road London NW2 5JY

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About this venue

This facility boasts a 20m pool with lounge spectating facilities as well as free parking.

Changing Rooms

Male and Female changing room facilities with lockers. £10 Returnable deposit or ID required for locker.
Entrance To Building

Entrance to building should be done through main reception.
Meeting Point

Please meet your Instructor on poolside.
Viewing Point

We ask all lessons are viewed from the reception area where there is a large window for doing so.
Transport

Free parking is available for up to 3 hours. Both Willesden Green Underground and Brondesbury Park Overground are within walking distance.
Other Information

Buggies can be left in the reception area. Customers must sign in at reception when entering the facility.

Venue Calendar

Autumn Term 2014
Sep 1 – Dec 21
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Spring Term 2015
Jan 5 – Apr 2
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Summer Term 2015
Apr 20 – Jul 19
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The Instructors

Swimming Nature hand-pick and select teachers who have a great understanding of children and people, love swimming and patience in bucket-loads! This will help you or your child to relax and learn in an unpressurised environment, wanting to come back for more each week.

Asbjorg
Swimming Instructor
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Charlotte
Swimming Instructor
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Deniss
Swimming Instructor
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Fernando
Swimming Instructor
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Lamprini
Swimming Instructor
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Marcelo
Swimming Instructor
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Richardson
Swimming Instructor
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Vera
Swimming Instructor
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Asbjorg
Asbjorg Photo Asjborg holds a BSc in Sports and Physical Education from Iceland and since coming to the UK she has completed her ASA Level 1 and 2 swimming teaching courses. She has either been swimming herself or teaching her sport most of her twenty years of life. Asjborg was Icelandic Champion in 50 and 100 metres butterfly (fly) as well as in other stokes for the years 2007 – 2010 when she held the Icelandic record with the relay team in all strokes. With over 16 years competitive background and experience of competing in International meets such as the Marc Nastrum tournament she has a lot to offer us and contribute her wealth of experience to our super team! She says of the Swimming Nature method, “it’s very structured and logical and it teaches children to learn to swim to a high standard at a very young age”. This is something very close to Asjborg’s heart to see young swimmers progress and swim the correct strokes and she likes the small classes and the friendly but professional approach of the company. Her classes show proven results but remain fun and engaging. “Swimming is never boring to a child – you just have to ignite their sense of achievement and when children love something and can do it well it motivates them”.
Charlotte
Charlotte Photo Charlotte began to learn to swim at the age of three, quickly progressing to a club by the age of six. She was hand-picked for a squad in her native area of The Wirral and then continuined to compete alongside studying at university. Swimming has always been an important and exciting part of Charlotte’s life – and moving into teaching has only made this more true! Nicknamed ‘the fish’, Charlotte has always aspired to become a swimming teacher. However it is not only in swimming where Charlotte has demonstrated impressive achievements, gaining a degree in Performance from Northumbria University and captaining her university cheerleading squad to the British Cheerleading Association Championships three years running! The small classes and hands-on nature of the teaching are two of the most valuable aspects of the programme for Charlotte, as the children very quickly learn to trust their teacher and as a result the children make clear progress, incentivised further by the badges and stickers!
Deniss
Deniss Photo One of Swimming Nature’s valuable teaching team – Deniss can speak English, Latvian and Russian! His sporting career is impressive!  Not only a top swimmer - he competes in  running, fencing, shooting and horse riding and has competed in Modern Pentathlon! With one of his greatest achievements competing and receiveing a medal in the Youth Modern Pentathlon European Championships. Deniss continues to demonstrate his passion for a wide range of sport regularly playing tennis, football, volleyball and fencing. For Deniss the personal aspect of each swimming lesson is one of the most essential features and he believes that getting to know the unique personality of each child allows for greater understanding, progression and closely tailored lessons. Deniss draws his years of enjoyment and experience of sport to fuel his continued energy and passion for swimming; a passion he clearly wants to inspire in the students he teaches!
Fernando
Fernando Photo As a native of Barcelona, Fernando spent his childhood swimming regularly in the sea and became a confident open water swimmer from an early age. By the age of twelve he was competing in local water skiing and sailing tournaments and still has a whole host of trophies that show the beginning of a lifelong love of the water. Not only content to ski on water, however, Fernando possesses the Alpine Trainee Instructor Certificate from the British Association of Snowsport Instructors and also  finds  time to work as an assistant instructor at his local London Karate Academy! He holds a degree in Sports and Exercise Science and is a  Bachelor of Education for Primary and Middle Years. For Fernando it is the unique ‘hands on’ techniques that Swimming Nature uses that are one of his most valuable teaching tools and considers providing each student with the means of understanding the feel of each correct movement an invaluable asset. Fernando demonstrates flexibility and adaptability when teaching to ensure each lesson is closely tailored experience as well as a fun one!
Lamprini
Lamprini Photo One our talented bilingual teachers – she speaks both English and Greek – Lamprini not only competed as a national level swimmer, but also competed for national teams in shooting, the pentathlon and the modern pentathlon, obtaining a vast array of awards in all four disciplines! With such a wealth of experience behind her Lamprini went on to coach several swimming clubs and gain valuable teaching experience as a P.E teacher in a private school and as a personal trainer. Still leading a healthy and active lifestyle, Lamprini also finds the time to volunteer with her Church to feed the homeless and volunteers with Helping Hands providing support in the community. Lamprini brings this caring and welcoming manner to every lesson and delivers activities that are engaging and encouraging for every student, whether it is their first lesson or their hundredth. She loves teaching in the water to small classes and finds the ability to change a student’s technique as soon as is needed ensures they swim with the correct technique first time, every time!
Marcelo
Marcelo Photo A fully qualified ASA swimming teacher with a degree in Physical Education  from Brazil. Marcelo enjoys teaching in a variety of capacities and considers passing on his knowledge and encouraging new skills in his students to be the most rewarding role. With experience teaching in a school and working as a Capoeira Master, Marcelo has travelled all around the world pursuing a lifestyle that combines a healthy and active lifestyle with building on his teaching expertise. Marcelo brings his commitment to teaching and passion for swimming to every lesson, encouraging students of all levels and ages to gain confidence in new skills and develop their understanding of the water in a safe and engaging environment. From encouraging confidence within the poolside environment to supporting an independent experience within the water without floatation aids, he delivers engaging and welcoming lessons to students of all ages and abilities. With Marcelo children of all levels and abilities will have fun and engaging lessons!
Richardson
Richardson Photo Richardson has been in the water almost all of his life and he is a passionate teacher and mentor for learning to swim. Having spent a lot of his life in Brazil - he literally grew up on the beach! He enjoys teaching the Swimming Nature method and has tried many others but found this to be the best way of training children to swim from a young age with the correct strokes. He thinks it’s marvellous to have children as young as 4 years old swimming proper from crawl – and he’s right about that! Richardson is full of smiles and positive energy and gets immense satisfaction from teaching children this important life skill. Lessons are fun and interactive with lots of games and splashing!
Vera
Vera Photo Vera is a fully qualifies Level 2 ASA Swimming Teacher. She positively encourages pupils to learn to swim and this impacts on their lives in other ways, as learning to swim is all about having fun and being safe. She shows this by being passionate and caring and making sure pupils are comfortable and focussed when in class. For some years Vera had been a lifeguard and watched the Swimming Nature teachers taking the classes so it’s no surprise that she took to the teaching like a duck to water! Vera is an excellent swimmer and loves demonstrating the techniques to pupils. Ever ready to help them out if they need it but equally happy to let them go and experience the weightless feeling and joy that being buoyant in the water provides. A keen cyclist and runner she enjoys being part of a team of teachers committed to health and fitness.