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Swimming is their business

Young Observer wishes to applaud Amber Reid and Liam Peniston for starting up a new business venture, Swim BDA.

Swim BDA offers private swim lessons that help to strengthen swim technique and improve fitness. The programme builds up from basic water skills, to learning, and improving, swim strokes.

The programme is taught by swimmers/coaches Amber Reid and Liam Peniston, members of the Dolphins Swim Team. Lessons are thirty minutes, and available for Saturdays in June, and weekdays in July, and August.

Amber attends Mount St. Agnes and Liam goes to Saltus.

Liam has been a swimming instructor for more than three years, having taught in a variety of swimming, and other educational programmes.

Amber has taught swimming for more than four years and has worked with children in various settings. Both are CPR and Water Safety certified. Amber is a talented dancer, and takes part in the Bermuda Youth Association, and Youth News.

Please email swimbda@gmail.com for more details.

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Published June 06, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated June 05, 2013 at 2:59 pm)

Swimming is their business

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