“Feel you’re working with the water, not fighting the water.”

You’ve come to the right place. I guarantee that the Total Immersion Swim technique will help you achieve any goal that brought you here–and with surprising ease and enjoyment.

With TI, you don’t need youth, athleticism, special talents, or endless laps to become the swimmer you always wished you could be.

How Is Total Immersion Different?

A critical distinction between the Total Immersion technique and other programs is that it also help you:

  • Use your body intelligently and healthfully . . . to swim for life.
  • Acquire skills that can help you learn and improve anything.
  • Discover and develop new capacities . . . at any age.

I believe swimming is both an essential life skill and unparalleled as a way to enjoy peak physical and mental health throughout life. Iconoclasses mission is to help people of all ages and abilities achieve meaningful goals through intelligent, effective, satisfying practice.

The Most Graceful Freestyle Swimming by Shinji Takeuchi

Feel better physically.

  • Feel you’re working with the water, not fighting the water.
  • Finish each swim feeling refreshed and energised, when you move to the Bike leg of the Triathlon
  • Over the long term, feel fit, strong, and supple–and avoid injury.

Feel better about yourself.

  • Have a stroke you’re proud of, and which others compliment.
  • Set any reasonable goal, and feel confident of reaching it.
  • Swim better every year . . . for life!
  • Make swimming the best part of any day.

TI swimmers have discovered these qualitative goals are not only realistic, but—when used as daily guidelines—improve your chances of realizing any speed, distance, or technique goal.

What’s Your Goal?

You probably found your way here because you aspire to do one or more of the following:

  • Swim for pleasure, relaxation and well-being.
  • Feel you’re working with the water, not fighting the water.
  • Learn more efficient technique and improve skills.
  • Swim farther. To complete your first lap . . . or your first mile.
  • Swim faster. Not just to race, but for the satisfaction of steady and measurable progress.
  • Explore open water or participate in triathlon.
  • And most of all to enjoy Swimming!


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