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What does Swim-Float-Swim mean?

Every child at Swim Otters learns to Swim-Float-Swim. What does that mean? They can swim with their eyes open underwater (without goggles), they can roll over to an independent back float (to stop, rest and breath and think about what just happened), float and get their breath again to flip-over to swim to the stairs, or wall or Mommy’s hands!

No Doubt About It! Our kids have excellent skills!

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proud-parentI enrolled my daughter in the water safety lessons at Swim Otters, and it was the reason she is still here today! After only 3 ½ weeks of short, 10 minute lessons 4 days a week, she could swim and float. We were happy but did not realize what was to come. One day, my brother decided to take my daughter to fish in a small fishing boat. She did NOT have a lifejacket on! Before he could notice, she fell out of the boat and was on her back floating!! Thank you Swim Otters for teaching her these imp…
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