About Jordan

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Jordan has over 15 years of experience teaching swimming lessons to children (and adults!) of all ages. She is a full-time mama to three little ones, works part time as a Physical Therapist, and a certified ISR instructor as well as a WSI Certified Swim Instructor. She combines her passion for children with her knowledge and expertise as a physical therapist to create a fun environment for children to learn to swim. She is fun, energetic, (a little silly at times!), patient, and is able to identify the specific needs of each child.  She has taught even the most reluctant child (and adult!) to swim, and she utilizes her former days of Junior Olympic Swimming to help advanced swimmers work on swim team strokes. All of these qualities combined have made her one of the most sought-after swim instructors in the Lake Highlands / North Dallas area.

She also has a heart to equip mamas with the ability to have confidence in the water with their children, and gain a knowledge base to begin helping their own little ones learn to love the water....check out her MOMMY & ME classes to learn more!

Have a child with special needs? She does too....and even before her own children were born she has worked with children of special needs of all types....including brain abnormalities, sensory processing disorders, autism, attention deficit disorders, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and neuromuscular disorders. She has a huge heart to provide children with special needs an opportunity to gain skills and find joy in the water. In 2016 Jordan unveiled CHAMPIONS WEEK, which is a week devoted entirely to children with special needs. It was such a huge success that this will be an annual tradition! During this week, children with special needs attend at no cost, and this week is funded entirely by donations. Staff and volunteers participate without pay to make this an incredibly special week.

See Champions Week page for additional information on how to participate, enroll your child, or make a donation.

Special thanks to Mandy McGeath photography (2016) and Jeff Bargas (2017) for capturing this special week with their incredible photography skills!