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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 backfloat (to stop, rest and breath and think about what just happened), float and get their breath again to flipover to swim to the stairs, or wall or Mommy’s hands!

No Doubt About It! Our kids have excellent skills!

Iphone video of swim – float

 

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angieThrough your instruction my son learned a precious skill, the ability to save himself from drowning. Recently this valuable skill was put to the ultimate test when no one was watching. My 2 year-old son, Aiden, 5 month old daughter, and I went to a nearby water park to swim with friends. My son was playing with his older friend. I was with them as they left the wading pool and started towards the family hot tub. I told my son to wait while I briefly turned my head to pick my daughter up. It w…
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