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Welcome to Orlando Mermaid School

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Things you will learn at Orlando Mermaid School

Lesson #1: How to Be a Mermaid

Learn about different types of mermaid tails and their uses in the mermaid industry, practice how to put on your first mermaid tail quickly & efficiently, how to care for your mermaid tail properly, what to wear underneath your new mermaid tail skin, and discover mermazing brands that are reputable, eco friendly, and safe to buy from for your mermaid merch gear. Learn about different types of mermaid tails and their uses in the mermaid industry, practice how to put on your first mermaid tail quickly & efficiently, how to care for your mermaid tail properly, what to wear underneath your new mermaid tail skin, and discover mermazing brands that are reputable, eco friendly, and safe to buy from for your mermaid merch gear.

Lesson #2: The Dolphin Kick (Mermaid Style)

Learn how to swim in a wave like motion in the streamline position as your hands guide the way. Build core strength muscles and breath hold by understanding how to oxygenate the blood and activate the mammalian diving response. Begin comprehending the grasp of peak inhalation principals before commencing your first set of underwater laps.

*prerequisite: participants must be confident swimmers evident by passing a swim skill level observation check. If client would like 101 swim lessons with a water safety instructor prior to booking a course, please contact me to accommodate a separate lesson to observe & guide you on your swimming form before wearing a tail.

INQUIRY FORM

This is not a finalized scheduled appointment

Fill out our inquiry form with your name, contact info (guardian must be 18 years or older if enrolling a minor), along with your desired start date by following the instructions below.


Include in the Note Section:

Please state whether you are interested in the Orlando Mermaid School or enrolling your child into the Applied Mermaid Program, if the class is for an (adult/child/both), the age and swim level of the participant(s) (beginner/average/strong swimmer), will this be at an (in-home pool/request pool facility), medical history that could affect the participant, and any additional information related to the course in which you are applying to or enrolling your child in.