SwimFast is Dedicated

to Teaching Individuals to Swim Confidently and Safely

If it is your first time doing a lesson with us please leave a message when you book a lesson as to what level your swimmer is, how old, and anything else you would like for us to know whether they have had any previous lessons or water experience, just for us the coaches to know what to expect and how to make the best of the lesson for your swimmer!

Meet your coaches!

Coach Kelsey:

Hi, My name is Kelsey I have been part of a swim team for 13 years. I have trained with Swim America for 3 years and learned how to teach and train every level. I specialize in stroke development with young kids ready to learn how to swim and starts/finishes. I am very capable with any level of swimmer of teaching them the next step in becoming a better swimmer. I have been teaching swim lessons for 3 years and have been coaching six and unders for about 4 years.


Coach Aubrey:


Hi, my name is Aubrey I have been a part of the summer league for 15 years and have coached for 5 years. I trained with swim America for 2 years learning more about how to effectively teach and train younger kids to be better swimmers and even start from base lessons on getting in the water and being confident. I have taught swim lessons for 5 years now and have encountered all levels of swimming from newbies to experienced swimmers. Whether it's a brand new swimmer or an experienced swimmer all levels are welcome.

Coach Emma:

Hi! My name is Emma Williams. I began swimming year-round when I was eight years old up until college. I swam one year at Marshall University in West Virginia. My best strokes were butterfly, backstroke, and freestyle. I began teaching swim lessons when I was 18 years and started doing lessons full time over summers since I’ve moved back to North Carolina. I have experience teaching lessons to children ages 2 and up. I’m comfortable with teaching all strokes, starts, and turns.

We are currently working across multiple pools in North Raleigh and Durham areas