Swimming Lessons and Lifeguard Services
in Orinda, CA
The total size of the city of Orinda is 12.85 square miles. Historically the city was a part of Mexico City. It went through rapid development when the famous Caldecott Tunnel was opened in 1937. After a century long of continuous development, Orinda became a city in 1985. Interestingly, the name Orinda derives from a woman. Today the city of Orinda remains the same as before – an idyllic setting. In the entire Contra Costa County, it is one of the most beautiful cities.
The lovely parks and spacious pathways of Orinda offer an opportunity for families to relax. The city also hosts a number of museums and science centers. Certainly, the city has to offer something for everyone. There are also many art centers and glittering theaters for cultural enthusiasts.
When it comes to water activities, Orinda is an attractive place, too. Many swimming pools and water parks make up for the lack of water area (0.01%). Interesting rides and swimming make those places so special. However, persons who need special care must take specialized swimming lessons to have fun like any other people. We offer private in-home special needs swimming lessons throughout Orinda, CA which are highly individualized based on each swimmer’s needs. Each swimmer has one specific veteran swim instructor that uses a dedicated and patient approach while teaching methods on aquatic safety in and around the water. Our special needs swimming instructors use visual skill cards and other equipment to help each swimmer recognize and understand the skills they are being taught. Let our Orinda, CA team help you whether you need private swim lessons or a Lifeguard for an upcoming pool party.
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