6 January 2014
Empowering Children & Adults through Swimming Lessons
Sometimes people do not understand what I mean when I say that I teach by spiritually connecting to my clients, either when
teaching swimming lessons to a child, teen, or adult, or in a Life Coaching session, Soul Blazing with a client. I just completed
reading the books by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish: How to Talk So Kids
Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk, and How To Talk So Teens
Will Listen & Listen So Teens Will Talk. After reading these books, it makes it easier to put into layman's terms what I mean
when I say 'spiritual connection.'
As a Soul Blazing Life Coach, I teach people to live from their Authentic Soul and to communicate with others from their Authentic Soul. As a swimming
instructor for One with the Water, I, as well as all of the coaches, teach from our Authentic Souls.
That means that as One with the Water coaches, we acknowledge the fears, feelings and
thoughts the child, teen, or adult is having during their lesson. We connect with them and empower them. If the swimmer is fearful of the water,
we acknowledge that fear by accepting that it is real. We empathize with our clients no matter what age. The only way to do this is to teach from
our Authentic Soul. We teach, train, and motivate swimmers of all ages to excel in swimming and in life!
If you are having issues with your child or teen, I recommend that you read these books, and seek Life Coaching from a Soul
Blazing Life Coach. To gain a better understanding of these communication principles I speak about, I recommend that you attend
my 'How To Talk So Kids Will Listen Workshop.' Contact me for details!
The books focus on listening and accepting your child's feelings. This requires parents and teachers to communicate from
their Authentic Souls. Sign up today for a Soul Blazing Life Coaching Session and I will teach you to communicate from your Authentic Soul!
About One with the Water®
One with the Water® strives to be the best swim school in Los Angeles offering competitive swim training and year‐round swimming
lessons for children and adults with a wide variety of skill levels, from total beginner to competitive athlete. In addition
to their national‐level competitive swimming skills, One with the Water®'s swim instructors are trained to empower children, including
those with special needs such as autism, ADD, ADHD, sensory integration, anxiety, Down and CHARGE syndrome, auditory processing disorders,
dyslexia, and others. Founder and Head Coach Kenneth Rippetoe is certified by the American Swimming Coach Association Disability Level 3.
Tax-deductible donations to One with the Water®, Inc., a 501(c)(3), can be made at the organization's
website: OneWithTheWater.org/donate.aspx, so please, help us to empower children
with special needs by making a donation to One with the Water, today!