Ten Point Program of the Halliwick Concept
At the Halliwick concept you are asked constantly to solve your balance problems in trial and error situations through The Ten Point Program.
The Ten Points are a process of development which leads to personal independence in the water through the essential components of motor learning.
The Ten Point Program was devised by James McMillan to teach swimming to all. It is the basis of the Halliwick Concept and gives areas to work at in the water. It also acts as an assessment guide.
The Ten Points follow a logical pattern but there is a great deal of overlap in the points. All points must be mastered to produce a swimmer who is truly ‘water happy’.