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PRIVATE COACHING

The Flow Swimming Private Coaching Program provides video feedback and high level coaching techniques in a 1:1 setting for fast and effective skill acquisition for competitive swim athletes, special needs individuals, military personnel needing to pass their PT swim qualification, and adults learning to swim. All of our Flow Swimming Coaches have extensive backgrounds in swimming and have been trained under the Flow Swimming Curriculum. Also, all of our coaches understand the methods of teaching utilized by Flow Swimming and will use Coaches Eye Video feedback in every session. We have four locations right now so look for a Flow Swimming Coach in your area today!

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Once you have selected an instructor and a location, please contact them directly. Let them know a little about the swimmer and the needs that you require. We can provide both technical or training elements or both. Private coaching is really about our team using their knowledge to best address all of your needs. Our coaches can get busy so we can't guarantee the day and times that you may want but they will work with you to find a time that is right. Also, if you enjoyed working with a coach, please feel free to hire them to work with your entire team.​

Pricing varies based on location and pool, so please speak directly to the coach to assess the cost.

Sierra Trudeau: VA Beach Team

Sierra Trudeau (Beecher) served three years as an assistant coach at Mount Union in 2012-2015.

Trudeau joined the Mount Union swimming and diving coaching core in 2012-13 after a college career at Westminster (Pa.), where she was a four-year letter-winner for the Titans swim team.

At Westminster, Trudeau was a four-time first team All-President's Athletic Conference (PAC) selection (2009-12) and won the 200-yard freestyle relay and 400-yard medley relay at the 2010 PAC Championships.  Additionally, Trudeau finished second in the 200-yard individual medley and 100-meter butterfly at the 2010 PAC Championships.  She set school records in the 400-yard and 800-yard freestyle relays during her tenure at Westminster. She also holds the 3rd fastest 200 freestyle in school history and the 2nd fastest 200 IM time.

Trudeau also served as an assistant coach at the Wolverine Swim Camps under Mark Hill and worked botht the intensive and technical sides of the camp. 

Trudeau earned a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Secondary Education from Westminster in May 2012.  

Trudeau married her husband, Cody, in 2014 and moved to the Virginia Beach area in July 2015.

trudeau.sierra@yahoo.com

Kally Fayhee: VA Beach Team

Kally Fayhee, a native of Illinois,  swam for the University of Michigan from 2009-2014  and was a captain of the team her senior year. It was under her tenure that the Michigan women's team set the cultural foundation to win a Big Ten Championship in 2016. 

Kally was a national level middle distance and distance freestyler with a best time of 1:49.36 in the 200 freestyle and 4;48.15 in the 500 freestyle. She also scored at the Big Ten Championships in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:00.30

Kally has also worked with swimmers ages 4 to 16 as a swim instructor for over ten years and is a Flow Swimming coach both in Virginia Beach and Chicago. 

 

Kally is also the founder of Mental Edge, a program aimed to reduce stigma surrounding mental health. She is one of the student athletes shown in the Athletes Connected documentaries and has spoken at venues such as SXSW and the NCAA Convention. Through documentaries, as well as speaking with athletes and coaches, she hopes to shine a light on the stigmas around mental illness by breaking down the barriers to help seeking.

kally.fayhee@gmail.com

Sean Fletcher: Vienna Team

Sean Fletcher, who is a native of Vienna, VA, was a member of the University of Michigan Swim and was a standout sprinter in his time there. While at Michigan Sean was a 9 x All American and a 8 x Big ten Champion. He helped his team win 3 consecutive Big Ten Championships and a National Championship in 2013. 

Sean is also a member of the 2013 Michigan 200 Medley Relay which broke the national and US Open records in a time of 1;22.23. Sean swam fly on the relay and was 19,75 for the 50. An all around sprinter, however, other notable times are 19.80 in the 50 freestyle, 43.11 in the 100 freestyle, 45.54 in the 100 butterfly and 46.74 in the 100 backstroke. 

Sean is currently working as a Law Enforcement Officer in Vienna, VA and loves staying in the water and coaching. He is working the Flow Swimming Clinic Series as well. 

sdfletch91091@gmail.com

Michael Wynalda: Ann Arbor Team

A Grandville, Michigan native Mike Wynalda was a member of the University of Michigan Varsity Swim Team that won 4 consecutive Big Ten Championships and the NCAA Championship in 2013. 

He swam the second leg of the 800 yard freestyle relay with a split of (1:30.60) to help Michigan break the NCAA and US Open record in 2014. Other notable relay performances include winning  silver and bronze medals in the 800 freestyle relay and 400 medley relay at the 2013 World University Games as well as winning the Gold medal in 4x200 free relay at the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju.

 

In college he was a four-time NCAA All-American (2014: 200-yard freestyle, 800-yard freestyle relay; 2013: 200-yard freestyle, 800-yard freestyle relay). At the Big Ten level he was a six-time Big Ten Champion (2014: 200-yard freestyle, 400-yard freestyle relay, 800-yard freestyle relay; 2013: 800-yard freestyle relay; 2012: 200-yard freestyle, 800-yard freestyle relay) 
 

He was also a U.S. National team member (2013-2014).

mwynalda@umich.edu

Matt McNamara: Ann Arbor Team

A Michigan native who swam for OLY in Oakland Matt McNamara was a member of the University of Michigan Swim Team where he won 4 consecutive Big Ten Championship team titles as well as a National Championship.

 

Matt was a great all around swimmer who excelled at all four strokes but was a standout in the breaststroke in particular. He was one of Michigan's top breaststrokers in his time there. His best time in the 100 yard breaststroke is 53.43 and his best in the 200 breast 1:55.75. 

Matt Graduated from the University of Michigan with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Also, a CSCAA Scholar All-America Honorable Mention and U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner.

mjmcnam@umich.edu

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