Joe Lee Griffin, Ph.D., wrote the book, "Learn to Swim Before You Get In."


Explore how to accept support, relax, and enjoy the water.

Nonswimmers -- While safe and dry, learn skills needed by swimmers.

Swimmers not fully comfortable / flowing -- find and fix gaps from prior classes or water experiences..

Joe Lee Griffin wrote "Learn to Swim Before You Get In."

He is a retired Trager® Practitioner, Tutor, and
Workshop Leader. This link connects to articles about The Trager Approach, a powerful way to functional mind learning.

 

FAQs on Dry Swim Learning.

Swim Dry: Why? (300 words)

Swim: Adult blocks to learning (100 words)

Swim: Comfort Signals for Adult Learning (1300 words)

Learn to Swim Before You Get In: Intro (part) (370 words)

Learn to Swim Before You Get In: Contents page (220 words)

Learn to Swim Before You Get In: Back cover with bio (160 words)

Swim: Choosing a beginning teacher (300 words)

Learn to Swim Before You Get In: Go on from where you are (Chapter 5, part),
plus Notes for Swimmers, "Total Immersion" Notes, Swim Links (970 words)

Dry Swim Class: Comments from Washington Post (340 words)

Learn to Swim Before You Get In: Reviewed