“We Believe in Good ": Villy and the strength to swim over the disease.
A NSA teacher works with children with healthy problems.
Villy Alexandrova teaches at the National Sports Academy. Six years, three times a week she and her students share two hours of their time to children with healthy problems.
"We use water exercises which are close to competitive swimming and thus affect all organs and systems and muscle groups", she explains.
At the pool of 131 school comes children with cerebral palsy, autism and Down syndrome. "I love these kids and I want help them," Villy explains.
Her husband Alexander is also a part of the team for two years: "I have attending a NSA training water polo profile so me and my wife can help kids."
The groups are mixed – a lot of healthy children are coming to swim. Parents say that the little ones learn to communicate easy.
The dreams of the coaches go further - participation in major competition to some of children.