LA City Side Swim Lessons

When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.
— Lao Tzu  (unbeknownst to him, setting the feeling tone for the first Happy Swimmers.   Thanks LT !)

We started teaching Los Angeles swim lessons privately back in 1991, with 22 clients. Over the years, our client list has grown to over 400 annually, with thousands of children now happily swimming. This is because of our highly skilled teachers and our philosophy of kindness in the way we teach.

Where do we do our LA swim lessons? We come to your home pool, exclusively, covering the communities of
Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, West LA, Culver City, Marina Del Rey, Brentwood, Bel Air, Westwood, Beverly Hills, Beverlywood, West Hollywood, Hollywood, Hancock Park, and Los Feliz. With Special arrangement, we also serve the Long Beach and Palos Verdes area. Please contact us if your area is not listed above, we still may be able to serve you.

Swim Lesson Availability:
• If you enroll in April or May, getting your lesson preferences are usually no problem
• If you enroll in June, please do so as early in the month as possible, and have some greater flexibility of times and days that would work.
• If you enroll in July, please be flexible on your times, and/or know that some early season clients will finish and open up time slots for you to take. Ask our office.
• Other times of the year, we may serve you, just ask.

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Swim Lesson Tip:

For a child, learning to swim can feel like an adult learning to skydive. The rules of gravity are suspended, and this foreign place can be a fearful experience for new learners. Some parents don’t realize this and unknowingly look to throw the child in the water, or force a child into learning sooner than they are ready. Swimming is learning to balance oneself in a new environment. A good instructor will gently bring the child outside his comfort zone each lesson, but not so far as to invoke fear. The gradual path is most often the most successful in this arena.

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