Club Fit | Alexandra Szkafarowsky


Alexandra is a Certified Red Cross Lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor and CPR Certified, along with being a certified Children’s Yoga Instructor with The Children’s School of Yoga in Westchester. She has been a WSI since 2016 and has been teaching swimming and yoga full-time since September 2018. As a WSI and Children’s Yoga Instructor she works with children and adults of all ages, in both general ed and special needs populations and is able to design individualized lesson plans to suit the needs and goals of her students. Her interests span across a multitude of subjects and passions which are all linked with the common thread of meditation. Drawing from her yoga background, she brings a focus on breath-work and mindfulness to her swim lessons. And as an avid crafter, perpetually working a multitude of projects, she brings her keen attention to detail and pattern recognition to her swim lessons. She believes swimming is an important life skill and that what is learned in swimming is not isolated to swimming itself, but, can be applied to other aspects of life as well and finds joy imparting these skills to the students I work with.


Alexandra is a Certified Red Cross Lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor and CPR Certified, along with being a certified Children’s Yoga Instructor with The Children’s School of Yoga in Westchester. She has been a WSI since 2016 and has been teaching swimming and yoga full-time since September 2018. As a WSI and Children’s Yoga Instructor she works with children and adults of all ages, in both general ed and special needs populations and is able to design individualized lesson plans to suit the needs and goals of her students. Her interests span across a multitude of subjects and passions which are all linked with the common thread of meditation. Drawing from her yoga background, she brings a focus on breath-work and mindfulness to her swim lessons. And as an avid crafter, perpetually working a multitude of projects, she brings her keen attention to detail and pattern recognition to her swim lessons. She believes swimming is an important life skill and that what is learned in swimming is not isolated to swimming itself, but, can be applied to other aspects of life as well and finds joy imparting these skills to the students I work with.

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