Introduction to lap swimming for intermediate swimmers.

OTTERS (Intermediate class)

For: Water safe children who can swim full laps of the big pool (25 yards). Swimmers average 14+ lengths per session. They will learn and build on all four swimming strokes.
Prerequisite: Swimmer must be proficient in all four strokes, and be able to swim 50 yards (2 lengths of big pool) front crawl without stopping.
Goal: Swimmer to learn kicking, pulling and drills for all four strokes, and swim 100 yards (4 lengths of big pool) front crawl without stopping.
Where: Center Pointe Club in Playa Vista (swimmer must be a resident)
Ages: 5 years and up
Days and times options: Monday 3.15pm to 4pm, Wednesday 3.15pm to 4pm or Saturday 12.30pm to 1pm.
Equipment needed: Goggles, junior kickboard and PVS Silicon Swim Hat
Cost: Once a week is $60 a month, twice a week is $100 a month and three times a week is $120 a month (membership is automatically billed).
Notes :Water Safe means swimmer can rescue themselves if they fall into a body of water fully clothed.
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*On the billing page check the "OTTERS" program.

*There is a $25 registration fee. Billing is automatically charged on the 1st of each month. First month will be prorated. To stop please let us know 5 days before the start of the next month to avoid being billed.

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Trial Workout

Otters Testimonials

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“Thank you so much for having such an excellent and much-needed swimming program for our youth in Playa Vista. Every privileged and close-knit community with wonderful community pool facilities such as ours should have a swim club for resident kids like the Playa Vista Swimming Club. It has been so popular among my kids and their peer members, and they have all improved SO much already in their swimming techniques, endurance...and camaraderie as well. We hope the swimming program will continue as it has and expand even more if possible. What an asset to the community!”

Anita

"I wanted to thank you for building my daughter’s confidence with the more difficult strokes. She has really improved since attending the swim club. I wasn't sure she would enjoy it, as she is a pretty good swimmer already. I like that the coaches can work with some of the more "advanced" swimmers in addition to the kids that need a little more help."

Stacy