11 – 18 y/o

Grades 7 – 9  (11–15 year olds)

Athletes in Grade 7 – 9 are going through a big physical and emotional change, athletes at a competitive level start to focus on the TRAIN TO TRAIN stage of the Canada Sport for Life.  Others are looking for a way to stay active in a fun and social atmosphere.

  • Classes are 1 hour in length once a week

  • Coaches focus on providing a safe space for the youth to be positively engaged in their sport

  • Continued focus on timing, coordination and fine motor control

  • Structure and routine become more formalized within the training with programmed free time for expression and exploration

  • Focus on fundamental sports skills including understanding the rules of sport, values, and consequences of one’s actions.

Grades 10 – 12  (14–18 year olds)

Athletes in Grade 10 – 12 are at the middle and second half of adolescent growth. There is a continued focus on the TRAIN TO TRAIN stage of the Canada Sport for Life at the beginning and continuing in to TRAIN TO COMPETE stage.  For youth that are not looking to compete this is a great way to stay active in a fun and social atmosphere.

  • We can create bespoke programs for groups wanting this high end and older product.

  • Classes are 1 hour in length once a week

  • Coaches focus on providing a safe space for the youth to be positively engaged in their sport

  • Continued focus on timing, coordination and fine motor control

  • Structure and routine become more formalized within the training with programmed free time for expression and exploration

  • Focus on fundamental sports skills including understanding the rules of sport, values, and consequences of one’s actions.

Natalie Byers-Jones