Swim Lessons / Clinics
Whether your goal is to conquer your fear of the water, learn proper technique, or prepare for a competitive event, we can get you there. Why choose swimming?
- Consistent swimming tones the body
- Greatly improves cardiovascular health
- Lengthens muscles without breaking them down
KIDS SWIM LESSONS
SUMMER KIDS LESSONS
- Monday–Thursday 1–4pm
- Friday 3:30–5:30pm
- Saturday–Sunday 2–4:30pm
MINI & ME GROUP LESSONS
Fun activities designed to get small kids & infants comfortable in the water. Ages 3 months to 3 years.
- Wednesdays 4pm, July 10, 17, 24, 31
To sign up, please call Stephanie in the office at (707) 996-3111.
PRIVATE & SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS
Private & semi-private swim lessons with Jana Fiorito or Ryan Zamzow can be arranged through Stephanie in the office at (707) 996-3111.
Adult & Children*
- 1/2-hour private $40
- 1/2-hour private 4-pack $140
- 1/2-hour private 8-pack $270
- 1/2-hour semi-private $28 per person
- 1/2-hour semi-private 4-pack $95 per person
Adult & Children*
- 1/2-hour private $50
- 1/2-hour private 4-pack $180
- 1/2-hour private 8-pack $350
- 1/2-hour semi-private $35 per person
- 1/2-hour semi-private 4-pack $120 per person
*Children’s lessons are given during Family Swim times. Please see Pool Schedule for available times during the year.
Jana Fiorito swam competitively as a child in Novato for Indian Valley Aquatics, and in college at UC Santa Barbara. She worked at Ann Curtis School of Swimming for eight years under the direction of Ann Curtis, a two-time Olympic gold medalist. Currently, Jana has her own swim school—Sonoma Swim School—where she teaches kids and adults during the summer months and is a member of the US Swim School Association. She also is our Master Swim instructor here at the club and has been coaching for many years to the pleasure of our many members!
Ryan Zamzow has spent over thirty years on the pool deck. He has been an instructor trainer for the American Red Cross in both water safety and lifeguarding. He is a certified USA Swimming coach and Water in Motion fitness instructor. Ryan also has a degree in biochemistry from Sonoma State University. Ryan’s passion is for postural alignment and teaching people the amazing power residing within their own bodies. His education into fitness and holistic health began twenty years ago with 1,000 hours of training in myofascial release and massage therapy. His personal mission is to bring holistic healthy living to millions. Ryan dedicates his free time to studying the benefits of nutrition and shares his findings with anyone willing to listen, in a sense he is a nutritional guru. When he is not on the pool deck, practicing yoga, or crafting his own swim HIIT workouts, Ryan loves to study theology and anthropology. He can also be found roaming urban areas searching for dogs in need of petting.