February 8th, 2019Women in the Open Water 2: Awakening the Dolphin Within
FREE Panel Discussion Coming Up in March!
Do you want to expand your potential in the open water? Whether your dream is to swim one mile, ten miles, or more, this FREE panel discussion will provide tips and techniques to achieve your dreams. All genders, swim abilities, and athletic passions are welcome.
Hosted by Melissa Kegler, Triple Crown* Mermaid, and Guila Muir, Founder, Say Yes to Life Swims.
- Stephanie Zimmerman (transitioned from swimming 1/2 mile to more than 10k in one year)
- Kate Curtis and Heidi Skyrzypek (completed a relay across the English Channel)
- Rose Filer (completed the 10.4 mile Amy Hiland Swim: Bremerton to Seattle’s Alki Lighthouse)
Expect to meet other swimmers, explore local options, and celebrate the open water swimming community in all its forms. Thanks to Price Waterhouse Cooper’s WIN (Women’s Inclusion Network) for donating delicious snacks. We’ll have a super-cool raffle, as well!
Some questions the panel will address:
- How can I overcome my self-limiting beliefs?
- What are longer relays? How do they work?
- How should I prepare to swim longer distances?
When: Thursday, March 21st, 6:00-8:00 pm
Where: Price Waterhouse Cooper Café, 1420 5th Ave, Seattle 98101
The café is in the US Bank Centre Building. The space is easily accessible by light rail (Westlake Station) and bus. Parking is available in the building and in nearby lots.
Say Yes to Life Swims is the Northwest’s premiere source of open water swim tourism and adventures. Since 2011, we’ve been providing a world in which all swimmers experience challenge, exhilaration, and camaraderie.
*The “Triple Crown” designation indicates that Melissa has completed three historically important swims: The English Channel, (33.7 km) the Manhattan Island Marathon Swim, (48.5 km) and the Catalina Channel Swim (32.5 K). Basically, it means that Melissa is an animal.