5 Circles Mindfulness
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End Preventable Drowning. After forty years of teaching afraid adults, "Melon" (Mary Ellen) Dash sits at the cutting edge of the technology of teaching afraid adults to swim. What gave her this edge for forty years? A tool of mindfulness called The 5 Circles, an explanation of panic and learning, two sides of the same coin. The coin is mindfulness. Afraid adults --and anyone--can overcome fear and learn virtually anything with The 5 Circles without being afraid.
The cutting edge of overcoming fear has nothing to do with the water (or any trigger) and everything to do with mindfulness: gaining the ability to remain in complete control in the presence of the trigger. Take a new approach to panic and learning with an inspired understanding of the new definition of mindfulness— the antidote to panic every time. It cannot fail.
New ideas about what learning to swim is, how fear is healed, and the basics of how to teach the overcoming of fear.
New to the area? Want to make your family safer? There are rules for making your family safe that are easy to carry out if you know them.
If Swimming Instruction were perfect, everyone would be able to swim. But half of adults cannot. The design of the teaching pool makes a difference.
The biggest problem in swimming instruction is the training instructors do not receive. Learn the missing material all instructors must master.
Any adult who's afraid in water—pool or open water—can heal their fear without being afraid. We dive directly into the cause and fix it.
We made it easy to learn the basics on your own. You learn beautifully when you feel safe.
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