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6151 Brace Rd. Loomis | Call (916) 660-9492

Safer For Life

Sea Otter Swim Lessons offers a unique focus on the individual swimmer and their developmental abilities. Our secure and loving approach continues to benefit young and old swimmers alike. Sea Otter Swim Lessons has been providing high-quality lessons to families in the Loomis Basin for the past 20 years!


In addition to our private, semi-private, and parent-tot lessons, we have expert coaches in competitive stroke development as well as teachers with expertise in infant and adaptive aquatics. Additional services include our non-competitive swim team, adult swim lessons, and adult lap exercise.


Weekly Classes

Join our year-round program. Pick the day and time that works for you and swim with us once a week. To stop lessons, give us a 30-day notice and fill out a withdrawal form.


Monthly Prices

20-minute private lessons:               $112

30-minute private lessons:               $184

30-minute semi-private lessons       $92

30-minute parent/tot lessons:           $72


There is a $35 single/$50 annual family registration fee.


Fees are based on a four-week month. Fees will be automatically charged monthly. Prices will be prorated for the number of lessons in the month.


A Sea Otter Employee Takes Lessons from One of Our Very Own: Part Three

My second lesson was much more difficult than the first. I went into my first lesson knowing nothing, so I had low expectations of myself. By my second lesson, I expected myself to just know it and was disappointed when I wasn’t a professional.


So we practiced. A lot. And I realized that swimming is hard! I have a new admiration for people who can glide effortlessly through the water.


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Help us Fight Hunger and Win Free Swim Lessons!


Hunger is a reality for 1 in 8 individuals living in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada Counties. That's why we are joining with the Placer Food Bank and hosting a food drive during the month of November.

Bring in a non-perishable item to our office November 3—22 and help us fight hunger in our very own community.

For every five items you bring in, you will be entered into a drawing to win one free month (four... Read More

Nurturing the Whole Child: Swimming with Injuries and Pains

Swimming is a great exercise and can be especially beneficial for those who have physical limitations or have suffered injuries.


Swimming uses all the major muscle groups including shoulders, back, abs, legs, and glutes. It can strengthen, condition, tone, and provide cardiovascular exercise and help build lean muscle.


For individuals with asthma, cold, dry air can trigger an asthma attack and can interfere with their ability to exercise during colder temperatures.


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Safety Tips


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Drowning Prevention

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Customer References

“My grandson took lessons at Sea Otter Swim Lessons. We quickly realized that Sea Otter would not only teach swimming and water safety skills; but do so in a fun, safe environment with the focus being what was best for our grandson.."
-Johnny’s Grandma

“We can’t thank you enough for working so hard and gently to teach Addison how to swim. He has come so far, it was wonderful to watch. To go from crying (first 6 lessons) to the confidence he now has. I tribute this to the patience, demeanor, knowledge, skill, and efforts of his instructor. Thank you for having such a positive impact on all our lives.”
-Debbie & Mel

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