Swimming classes in Los Angeles

Neighborhoods:
Swimming at Student Recreation Center (CSUN) Student Recreation Center (CSUN) 12 Photo 1 Video

Programs:

  • All swimming lessons are taught utilizing the American Red Cross guidelines and teaching techniques. These lessons are available to the children and grandchildren of SRC members;
  • Beginner swim lessons are for adults with little or no comfort in the water. Participants will learn how to hold their breath, float, get an introduction to the basic strokes and learn basic water safety skills;
  • Intermediate swim lessons are for adults that have completed adult beginner or have equivalent skills. Participants in this class are comfortable in the water but need stroke and stamina improvement.

Children’s Swim Lessons PrerequisitesTo activate tabpage press spacebar:

  • Parent & Me: (ages 6 months to 3 years) Little to no experience in the water; parent required;
  • Tiny Tots: (ages 3 to 4) Little to no experience in the water; can begin to perform basic water movement, including kicking and gliding;
  • Level 1: (ages 5+) Little to no experience in the water; can begin to perform basic water movement, including gliding, kicking, arm movement, and floating on front and back;
  • Level 2: (ages 5+) Some experience in the water; can push off wall and kick; comfortable placing face in water and floating on front or back with assistance;
  • Level 3: (ages 5+) Can push off wall and perform the front stroke and backstroke for 10ft without assistance.
18111 Nordhoff Street
Los Angeles, CA
818-677-5434
  • Balboa (4 ml)
  • Nordhoff (4.1 ml)
  • Reseda (4.2 ml)
Sport class for
  • boys
  • girls
  • young men
  • young women
  • men
  • women
2017.07.24
Swimming at Paradiso CrossFit Venice Paradiso CrossFit Venice 2 Photo 1 Video

Swim Class at Santa Monica College.

Instructors:

  • Andrea Stehman — Coach Andrea Stehman is originally from Pennsylvania and went to University of Delaware for her undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences and Duke University for her Doctor of Physical Therapy. She has been swimming competitively since age 7 and was captain of her high school swim team. She was also a lifeguard for years where she taught swim lessons and had her water safety instructor certification. In college, she co-founded the University of Delaware Club swim team;
  • Amy Garrett — She swam competitively in high school with a CIF ranked team (water polo). Amy started playing water polo in 8th grade, and continued playing into college with the University of Arizona club team, eventually going on to win 4th place at Nationals in 2008.
711 Hampton Drive
Los Angeles, CA
310-450-6870
  • Culver City (5.5 ml)
  • La Cienega/Jefferson (6.3 ml)
  • Mariposa (7 ml)
Sport class for
  • boys
  • girls
  • young men
  • young women
  • men
  • women
2017.08.06