Swim Lab takes on Canada! What did we get up to? Next visit for disABILITY Development will be in: Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, Toronto, Niagara and Vancouver

Wow what a busy 3 weeks we had over the pond in Canada. Week 1 consisted of a disABILITY DEVELOPMENT week in stunning Montreal. For us this trip was the gateway to our future partnerships in America.


We set out from Lanzarote after a very busy summer of camps and disABILITY DEVELOPMENT weeks in our favorite island in the world. First stop landing in Madrid with an over night stay before flying direct to Montreal.

Unsure of what clothes we should take with us because following a lot of research the weather apparently changes in September and from one day to the next it can plummet! After a fairly quick flight we arrived passed through customs and immigration to be met by our host for our Canadian trip Ricardo.

We spend the next 5 days working and networking with a fantastic group of kids. Unfortunately due to Canadian laws we had been unable to take video and photographs during our sessions as they had been conducted in public facilities and unless we had consent from all users of the center.

Regardless of that we had a fantastic time working with each of the kids and their families ranging from muscular dystrophy to cerebral palsy. One thing I wasn’t so sure on was coping with was the dual language spoken in Montreal. This however was not something that followed through the other areas we visited.

The pools we used had fantastic facilities and we cannot wait to return again next year to expand and offer more families assistance.

After our training week we spent the next 2 weeks working with our host to source, build relationships and network in order to deliver our next disABILITY development weeks in 2019.

We went to Quebec City, Ottawa, Toronto and Niagara. The reason we selected each of these locations was to source pools that would work for us to deliver our weeks. This is actually a lot harder than it sounds. In each and every place we ever work we have to make sure that the facilities are adaptable, accommodating and most of all have the support of the management teams. Thankfully we found facilities that suited our needs which mean in 2019/2020 we will be bringing further weeks to these cities.

The only side of Canada for us yet to visit will be Vancouver which will be on our next visit. We are in the process of putting together our schedules to be released along with our new website.

We are extremely excited to be building a team over in Canada who can assist us with our planning and execution of new and exciting weeks.

Whilst in Canada we got to visit many local attractions including the CN tower in Toronto where we had dinner, the Parliament buildings in Ottawa which we had a tour inside and climbed the bell tower.

One of our favorites was our hotel in Niagara which we stayed in on the top floor. On the 31st floor, stepping into our room which we never wanted to leave! Luckily for us we will be back as this has been planned as our location in Niagara due to the suitable facilities along with the proximity to the USA boarder meaning we can accept clients from the USA on our future dates.

Needless to say visiting Canada will not be the last time that we visit. We cannot wait to share with you our exciting plans for the future dates.

If you would like to register your interest then please complete the form below and we will be in contact with you as soon as our availability is launched.

Cerebral Palsy Swim Camp August 2018 Write Up Day Six

Our final day on our August 2018 Cerebral Palsy Swim Camp, what a week we have had. The week was filled with lots of interesting new activities and challenges for each kid to achieve. The week consisted of 2 Fit Lab training sessions per day. Typically starting at 9 or 10am followed by a Swim Lab session. After breaking for a much deserved lunch break we return for another Fit Lab session before returning to the pool for the final time.

During our final Fit Lab sessions we decided that we would use our boxing skills learnt from the previous day but this time with the full kit! Punch bag, gloves the lots… Sneakily we had the kids holding the punch bag for each other. With every strike the bag moves so you have to use your core muscles to remain standing in the same spot.

Jab, Cross, Upper cut and hook are the 4 main strikes we focussed on during our session. We did not want to spend much time in the gloves as we preferred to get the technique right without and combine the strikes with the correct foot work.

During our first swim session we looked at tightening up all the skills we had learnt throughout the week. As you may have noticed, we did not get many pictures during pool sessions and that is because safety is always our highest priority and all hands are needed on deck! Literally…

After lunch we wanted to have some fun with the kids and get them working on creating a pattern of their choice on our designing boards. This task requires a lot of patience, control, skill and concentration. I don’t know about you but i think they made it look easy!

They only had 20 minutes to complete their task and this is the results: one created a sharks fin coming out of the waves. Another created a circular pattern mixing colours that they had to collect out of a big box filled with many tiny pieces. The final design was a heart shape with an outer ring of colour and filled with many tiny orange pieces to finish off. I was very impressed with the outcome and the level of skill each of them showed in completing the task.

Our final pool session finished with lots of games, using many parts of our body, lots of noodles and plenty of balance! We ended with a jumping session trying to touch our head, shoulders, knees and toes before we hit the water!


As we work with each of these boy throughout the year both in Lanzarote during private disABILITY Development sessions and also disABILITY Development weeks in London we know it wont be long before we see them again. In the meantime using personally written programmes through Kris and the team at Fit Lab Lanzarote which are sent on a weekly basis specific to the child needs. If you are interested in any of the programmes we deliver then please get in touch through the form below.


From all of us here at Swim Lab Lanzarote, we would like to thank the children, parents, Occidental Lanzarote Mar Hotel, Lifeguards, gym staff and everyone else behind the scenes in our office and also Camel Travel that makes these weeks possible. Now for the after shots!

Signing out… before we start it all again in the morning with more Cerebral Palsy weeks and disABILITY Development weeks.


Check out our write ups from other days:

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Day Four

Day Five

Cerebral Palsy Swim Camp August 2018 Write Up Day Five


After a busy day at sea, everyone had been feeling a little tired this morning so we decided that this would be a perfect opportunity to review the past few days to see what improvements each of the kids has made.

We have specific targets which are set as part of our W-AVE programme. W-AVE is part of our mindset training that we deliver as part of every programme we deliver whether it be learn to swim, disABILITY development programmes, Advanced Video Analysis or Elite training. Each child works towards a defined set of clear goals which we set either verbally or as part of our coaching assessments. This gives us a clear focus to what we need to work on and how best to achieve set goals.

Needless to say this week the boys have been working extremely hard to achieve their W-AVE. Control, strength, stability, gait and stride, body positioning and use of certain muscles and functions throughout the day.


During the morning swim session we worked on speed, using different strokes with diving. Trying to beat previous times and set new records. Whilst we don’t always manage to beat the clock, he try extremely hard to deliver the best swims we can. That really is what matters. Winning isn’t always defined purely on times and this is something we try to help our clients accept.

During the afternoon sessions, Kris used our famous “Spider football” game which all kids love to play with us. Before playing we stretched to loosen off from our speed session in the pool.

Afterwards boxing, working on the basics before a much more in depth session during day six. 4 different types of punches and leg work, which for many clients with cerebral palsy this is hard to co-ordinate.


Check back for our final day, to see what we get up to rounding off a fantastic week. In the meantime if you missed the other days you can find them all below.


Check out the updates from other days from our Cerebral Palsy Swim Camp:

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Day Four

Day Six

Cerebral Palsy Swim Camp August 2018 Write Up Day Four


Today was the day we had all been waiting for. Within our programme we plan a half day in the middle of the week. We decided to take out the Catalanza VI boat for the day. We arranged to spend the day at sea with a dry land session focussing on balance and stability with an open water swim session to follow.

We met bright and early in Puerto Calero marina at 10am where we had coffees and mocktails before boarding. Climbing aboard we met our crew led by Jack Wilkes who provided us fantastic service all day long.

Upon boarding, Kris took the kids to the front deck to deliver a core training session. This session presented many challenges our stability became a difficult factor to combine on the nets up front. As we sailed from Puerto Calero across the bay of Playa Quemada on to Playa de Papagayo we focussed on core control, stability and rotation.

Using the constant movement from the elements of the ocean we navigated a tricky session gaining many benefits. After docking at the crystal clear bay of Playa de Papagayo we jumped into the water to cool off.

We spent a short time in the water firstly looking at technique before we started to focus on distance with some of our swimmers. Kris took Osian for a dip to look at fishes and relax both on front and back. Paulo took Haydn for his first ever open water swim, working on relaxation and technique. Later, Paulo and Theo swam from the boat to the shore and back again with a heavy focus on consistency and direction.

After our training session in the water, we fed the fish. It was then signing out for the team to enjoy a much deserved rest. Chilling for the afternoon with the families and having a great time. Today was a day none of us will ever forget.

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Read about our other days here:

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Day Four

Day Five

Day Six


Cerebral Palsy Swim Camp August 2018 – Day Three Write Up

Today we created a mini assault course in the gym. All of the skills we have been working on for the last few days combined together in a fun and exciting challenge.

Sometimes we get asked, how can you guys possible work as much as you do? The answer is simple, when it’s fun and you see all the improvements the kids make during every session, it doesn’t even feel like work!

What did our assault course entail?
1. Standing unaided on the balance board for 5 seconds
2. Side stepping up the ladder and the same on the way back down with the opposite leg leading
3. High knees over the bars on way keeping balance and correct gait
4. Kicking the football using only one leg between each of the cones. Repeating on the way back down with the opposite leg
5. Squats to organize the numbers 1-10 and placing them in their correct holes on the puzzle.
6. Walking forwards and sideways up the numbers ladder
7. 5 upward stretches with a football (ball has supported straps if needed)
8. 3 bars up climbing (hand, hand, foot, foot)
9. 3 bars downwards climbing (hand, hand, foot, foot)
10. Placing the blind fold over their eyes, crawling through the maze into the cube in which a teddy bear was hiding! Once they found the teddy bear they had to find their way back out again.
11. Using both hands arrange and stack in coloured sets of 3 wooden blocks for 5 layers
12. High knee strides back down the ladder to the finish

As a prize the winner could choose the game which we started to play during the afternoon session.

In the afternoon, the kids showed us how to complete the “stretching after swimming” routine from yesterday. This formed part of their homework but actually it was more about seeing how much of the information had been retained and it is surprising how much kids remembered. Even if they are not able to complete the exercise exactly as described themselves they can make sure I did it correctly!

During our pool sessions today we focused on “sprints” this morning and a skills session in the afternoon looking at diving and short distance swims. Everyone had so much fun, diving off the start blocks and working on using different muscles.

We are so proud of the work each of the kids have completed so far this week. Tomorrow will be the most enjoyable trip out for everyone. We are heading out to sea on a private boat. Tomorrow is our half day so whilst we set sail from the beautiful Puerto Calero Harbor, Kris will be delivering a stretch and relax session on our way towards the white sand beaches of Playa Papagayo. Once our crew drop anchor we will go for a swim around the boat and into the shore before returning to the boat to later go for a jet ski ride and lunch. The afternoon will be spent with all the families socializing and relaxing.

If we haven’t convinced you Lanzarote is the best place in the world for therapy, wait until tomorrow!

Read about our other days here:

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Day Four

Day Five

Day Six


Cerebral Palsy Swim Week – August 2018 Day Two Write up

Another fantastic day of achievements here in Lanzarote. Today we focused our work on legs. Each client has their own complex difficulties which we look to address as we navigate through the week. However, one thing is for sure: each and every activity, task or challenge needs to be FUN!

We work tirelessly each and every week with all of our clients specifically tailoring our sessions to their specific needs. We do not like to put ourselves in a box and follow a strict guide line or what we should, shouldn’t or cannot do. There are many tasks which in general life kids with cerebral palsy find difficult or challenging. We focus our work on making small every day tasks possible with as little assistance as possible.

Lets take a look at some of our activities from todays programme. Kris works extremely hard to get the most out of his sessions. Creating games, devising routines and adapting activities to fit for each client. This morning we looked at “morning routines”. This set of exercises has been created to warm our body up, helping to pin point and focus on problem areas which hinder our abilities during the day.

After this we played a little game, as all of the clients during this week are able to walk, (this is not always the case on development weeks and that is factored into our activities). Being able to stand and move with support allowed us to focus on reducing tremors and heel and toe strides with engaging core stability.

One thing we focus heavily on during our Fit Lab Lanzarote sessions is to use a “dual focus processing”. What is this you may be wondering? Dual focus processing means achieving one task but with more than one focus, in other-words distributing the thoughts to make an action happen.


If you followed yesterdays write up, you will know our focus this week is to help others and understand that we can assist others in tasks which we find difficult as no child is the same. The activity we set for this morning was to navigate our way along the swimming pool with a set of obstacles in our way along with a very, very large 50m swimming pool which if our team mates don’t guide us carefully we could end up very wet!

Wearing a blind fold, we asked the other kids to help navigate the pathway, one person giving specific instructions “take two small steps forward, one large step with high knees to step over the pole”. This fun game meant that through using “dual focus processing” we helped to reduce tremors, gain spacial awareness, listen to commands and focus on our gait and stride.

We then entered the pool after working really hard with side stepping and navigation. Our natural progression was to focus on the movements gained through breast stroke. We had a lovely session working on technique and using muscles in a different way.

This afternoon during land training, Kris had created a programme for “stretching after swimming”. Each child has been given a laminated copy of the exercises which had been created for the group. Kris and the kids worked through each exercise together which really made a huge difference to their confidence, strength and stability in the water during the afternoon session.

If you would like to see the PDF which we used during todays session, please get in touch in the form below and we can send it to you. We also played a game of Jenga!

Our afternoon pool session focused on butterfly linking the exercises we used on land. Finishing off the afternoon with a jumping session from the lane blocks. Tomorrow morning as part of our land based sessions the kids will be teaching the trainers how to do the exercises learnt from today. Lets hope they do their homework this evening!

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On Wednesday, we have a trip planned at sea! Boarding a private boat for the day. We will be using all our skills for a specially adapted “on board sailing experience with core training incorporating balance and stability then a sea based swim session”. Check out our update to find out what we get up to.

Check back tomorrow for more updates or contact us below if you would like to get in touch. Remember to check out our disABILITY Development weeks here in Lanzarote as we still have a small amount of availability for 2019.


Read about our other days here:

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Day Four

Day Five

Day Six

Cerebral Palsy Swim Week – August 2018 Day One Write Up…

What a start to a fantastic week which we have planned here in Lanzarote. This week our training camp is out of Occidental Lanzarote Mar, in Costa Teguise. We have ran previous camps out of this hotel and this week is set to be AMAZING! Follow our posts for the rest of the week…

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As you can see from the schedule below we have lots of activities planned. Most of the activities are incorporated in private disABILITY development weeks, as you know all of our 2019 group weeks are already sold out.

Programme: Our programme is fully adaptable and written based on the clients we have visiting so that each and every client gets the most out of their week.

Lets discuss Day One!

Starting with our Fit Lab Lanzarote dry land session. We have focussed this week on team work and helping others. Each of the clients knows each other well after attending previous camps together but they have individual tasks or areas which need assistance. This way we encourage each child to accept others differences and help each other complete tasks.

This morning we working on stability, gait, stance and movement. Then we jumped into the pool to work on body position, leg kick and breathing. This afternoons dry land session focussed on back stroke, gaining extension, use of both hands/arms and floating.

During this afternoons sessions we focussed in Fit Lab Lanzarote on manual development. Todays task working as a group was to create a water based painting collectively with the title “colours of the island”. They had to discuss what they would add to the painting, who would assist who in each area and make them blend together. Lots of fun was had by everyone along with finishing the painting in record time!

We then washed up, removed the paint from our hands and faces! As we cannot possibly go in the lovely crystal clear swimming pool looking like tigers! Our swim session focussing on straight leg kicks went extremely well. Using sponges and hard plastic items to help with stimulation and movement in both arms. (pretty hard to get shots while we are coaching so will make a better effect to get the aquatic shots tomorrow!).

To finish off our day, we stood for a photograph with our fantastic painting which will be hung in our office as a reminder of such an amazing day!

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We cannot wait for round two tomorrow morning…

If you love what we are doing and would like to get involved with someone you know, please feel free to get in touch or check out the link here. We do have some additional availability in 2019 as we have expanded our team.

Check back tomorrow for more exciting updates from our week. Thank you to Occidental Lanzarote Mar for the excellent assistance we received today from both life guards and the gym staff.

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Read about our other days here:

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Day Three

Day Four

Day Five

Day Six

disABILITY DEVELOPMENT WEEKS Bristol & London January/February 2018

miss-m-ldnWhat a fantastic two weeks we have had! Visiting clients in both Bristol and London. Some days Paulo & Kris managed to visit 4 different training centres seeing a number of clients throughout each day. Thats an awful lot of towels, swim wear and shampoo!

Existing clients progressed during the intensive weeks of training along with new clients enjoying our services for the first time. We left feeling extremely satisfied with everything we had managed to achieve during the 2 weeks.

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Highlights during the weeks included 2 new clients in London one with Cerebral Palsy and the other with down-syndrome who after 2 sessions in the water excelled beyond expectations. One who had been having sessions elsewhere for 9 years without making progress in the water.

Another who was able to swim on his back, and also on his front with the use of a snorkel but was not able to rotate or breathe unassisted. He can now swim rotating alone from front to back without assistance for 15metres!


Our Fit Lab Lanzarote Dry Land Strength and Conditioning sessions allowed clients to consolidate their development which they have already gained from following our bespoke programmes written specifically for each client and their individual needs.

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We even got the chance to go bowling to put our skills to the test! Post SDR clients working hard on heels flat to the floor. As with all disABILITY Development weeks we would not be able to do them without the help of parent, training centres, other consultants and staff who help make these weeks possible. Thank you all so much. This is why paediatric disability consulting is so rewarding!

If you would like more information about disABILITY Development weeks or our visits to Lanzarote then please follow the link here.

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What feedback did we receive from our new clients:

“Thank you so much. Brooke has learnt more in the 2 sessions with you than in the 9 years I’ve taken her for lessons! you´re amazing! I will speak to you soon. Thank you very much and safe journey home”

“Thank you for fitting in sessions for Noah over the weekend. I think the progress was visible and I´m very appreciative to Sarah for suggesting we meet up with you. I would definitely like to arrange for Noah to have sessions with you again when you are next over in May”

NEW disABILITY DEVELOPMENT weeks are being planned for Northern Ireland (Belfast), Ireland Dublin and Wales. If you know somebody who may be interested in joining us please get them to contact us for more information .

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Now we have returned to Lanzarote, its time to continue our work with clients visiting for Private Villa weeks, Hotel and apartment stays visiting our training centre in Puerto Del Carmen along with Training camps.


Until next time, keep up the great work!


The magic that is something every home has but you never thought to use whilst training in the pool or open water!

Now that has tempted you hasn’t it. You have it in your home but you never thought about taking it to the water with you for training… It´s normally in your bathroom and some even have them in the kitchen… Ok, ok enough with the teasing. Let me introduce you to “sponges!” Yup, thats right, sponges. Bare with me on this one.

We have been working with sponges for a long time now, and this all started when I returned to the UK for a family visit. I had a little spare time, so off I went to the local council pool to have a swim. It was in the middle of the day, kids at school and the grand total of 3 people in the pool!

The lifeguard came over to me, after watching me swim my warm up, and part way through my main set. He tapped me on the shoulder during my rest and said, “I´m sorry sir, but you cannot use paddles in here. They could cause harm to somebody”.

I looked around me to see little Doris doing grandmas breast stroke and a novice triathlete doing her training set panting away at the end of the pool after a kick set. I told him that, you’ve just been watching me swimming for the past 50minutes if I’m likely to cause injury to somebody in the pool I would have to be doing something drastically wrong!

Slightly annoyed I abided by his wishes and put them away and switched my drills to something else. That evening, when I was getting ready for bed I jumped to the shower, still really flabbergasted as to how I could cause injury to 2 other people who where 4 and 5 lanes away from me! I lathered up my sponge and as it filled will water I thought this could work.

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The next day, I found the time to hit the pool again, this time I was armed with my dangerous objects “sponges”. It made me “think outside the box” something here at Swim Lab Lanzarote we do all the time. Every client is individual and we always needs to find ways that they can achieve or overcome areas that seemed too difficult or impossible.

Upon entering the pool, the same lifeguard was on duty, that was exactly what I had hoped for. I know he was only following the rules that he had been instructed.  I mentioned that I had my new paddles with me today and I hoped they wouldn’t be a problem. He looked at me and laughed, commenting “I don’t think you can cause much harm with those, so OK”.

I followed my swim set and was fascinated by the feeling in the water. My technique is fairly fluid anyway and I had previously been using Finis Agility Paddles along with Finis Instinct paddles, both of which work perfectly and really make you feel the water. Paddles for me are used for technique and not for extreme power putting too much pressure on the shoulders. As the sponges fill up with water you need to apply the pressure instantly, in order to feel the catch position and continuously applied pressure through to the back of the stroke, not allowing them to lift up and slip away.

After leaving the pool, I spoke to the duty manager to see what other “equipment” was classed as dangerous, and a hazard to other people. I thought I best find out because I’m writing programmes for clients constantly and if they are swimming in council pools or other private facilities this may also apply to them. I was told that also fins are also banned in this local council but that it does vary in different locations. (I´ve yet to find a solution for fins, so any ideas are greatly appreciated in the comments below).

Using the sponges you have to initiate the catch instantly with the finger tips to be able to react with the water straight away. They are perfect for people who over glide and those who feel they pause at the front end of the stroke (Dead spotting). They are also great for open water swimming too. They are easy to fit in your shorts or costume and provide additional support as they help prevent chaffing! You can get them out at any point during your training to work on technique. If you are swimming 3 loops of your local lake, why not use them to increase your reaction time on the entrance to the water for part of your swim.

Coaches Recommendation:

I would personally recommend using sponges which have a cover on them, this helps with grip and also the flow through the water. They will cost you no more than 1 GBP, 1 EURO or 1.50 USD, quick drying and a perfect addition to your kit bag!


I know that not all pools ban the use of swimming aids, but if this is the case for you or you would like to simply mix it up a little invest a small amount into this little piece of magic that can do wonders for your swimming. Here in Lanzarote, we use the sponges in most training sessions along with our Open Water Swimming Camps.

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We also use Finis Agility Paddles and Finis Instinct Paddles as part of our training programmes. If you would like more details on our camps please follow the link. We also offer tailored training programmes for anyone wishing to improve or plan for an upcoming event.

If you have any questions or feedback, please let us know in the form below.

Happy Swimming with your little piece of magic!


London disABILITY Development Week May 2017 Review

It is already that time again and we have been back over in London. Working very hard with our disABILITY Development Week clients. Some of which feature in our write up. We aim to spend all our time working with our clients so pictures are not always high on our agenda however progression is!

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This week certainly proved that anything is possible. . I am very proud of each client and the dedication they are showing. This is not a swimming week of just lessons in the water, it is also a progression of ability, strength and day to day tasks being demonstrated and completed with processed commands and thoughts. Using ‘Box Theory’ we really do have to think outside the box. Every client is unique and individual and it is our task to get to know the client and tune into what makes them tick. How they feel,  how they construct information and then assist them in applying.

Using specially adapted training facilities in order to deliver each session which help our clients to feel relaxed and comfortable. Mr X for example this week demonstrated a huge development in his ability to follow instructions and apply these throughout each hour session. Our sessions flew by in no time but we left London with a huge delivery of talent. Who would have thought that sponge balls could play such a huge part in developing Mr X’s wrists! We very much look forward to welcome you in Lanzarote for a full training week very soon.

Thoughts from our journal…

We keep talking about Box Theory here is an example of how it is applied. Mr X has a weakness in his wrists and jointly agreed with parents, carers, physic therapists, teaching staff and consultants if we can develop the strength in his wrists this will benefit him in day to day life. We have now begun to move through the water using progression techniques starting with karate chopping to catching fish and stroking cats. Now is time to start use of the wrist and strengthening in water. Using sponge balls we started to grasp the ability rather quickly that holding and engaging with an object helps to propel us through the water. Using the sponge balls we start to gain reaction on the wrist and build strength whilst pulling effectively. Doing this also gives us an increase in buoyancy and therefore results in transfer to easier side ways breathing. As this was another key component of our scope plan, not having our head lifting forwards for many medical reasons which we will not go into here.

Cost of equipment for exercise – 50pence! Benefit of exercise – HUGE

Another superstar Mr H, who has been working with us for a number of years pre and post SDR is showing massive improvements in strength and stability. There is a huge team behind the development and progression of Mr H and this is all thanks to his fantastic parents who I consider great friends. Mr H managed to reduce his 25m swimming time down to 41seconds! Mr H is a mathematical genius (they say like father, like son!) and numbers really do drive him to achieve but what was important was how he is able to demonstrate the ability to pin point the errors when times are not quite on the mark! Knowing what technique changes are needed to bring those times down. Mr H takes part in regular CP Sport organised galas and is really developing and progressing.  Strength and conditioning plays a huge role in Mr H’s therapy and we work together with his hydro therapist to develop a structured plan to continue progression between visits. Next Stop for Mr H, our CP Swimming Camp here in Lanzarote in August.


Mr T, well what can we say. After our last visit Mr T made massive developments in his posture and core stability but did have a little bit of a decline following so the good news is we are now back on track and have a structured plan in place to ensure this doesn’t happen again and that Mr T can continue to progress between visits. Mr T uses Aqua Smovey’s for his training and now receives weekly training plans to work with in the water. These sessions have been carefully designed to ensure we maintain the core stability and strength work in check. Mr T is also joining us in Lanzarote for our CP week in August. We will be working closely with Mr T’s family to ensure he continues to progress. Below you can see an example of one of the videos we send personally to our clients to help them with their exercises on land and also in the water.

During the visit we also had a charity ball to attend for Small Steps. This fantastic event raised over 22 thousand pounds in one evening! A fantastic time was had by all. Small steps works with clients including some of ours and their families during the early stages of life. This fantastic event raised much needed funds for the charity to continue their great work.

To find out more about the great work of Small Steps follow the link here

If you are interested in the work we do on our disABILITY Development weeks you can read about more of our services here

Wanting to join one of our Cerebral Palsy Swim Weeks in Lanzarote? You can discover more here

If you are a swimming coach looking to advance your skills then please get in touch and we can help to train you to carry out the work that we do. Visit our Academy here

If you have any comments please complete the form below and we will be in touch or if you would like to discuss how we can work with you and your family. We also offer private development weeks in private accommodation here in Lanzarote. Don’t leave it too long before contacting us. This could be the greatest step you make this year.