Former National Team athlete Julie Young’s Clinic and small group training are a great way to improve technical skills. Small group trainings give athletes the opportunity to work on specific skills and allows for individual feedback. Athletes will be given autonomous learning techniques to better improve their game!
The Clinic will take place over three days 9:30-11:30 starting Tuesday August 6, Wednesday August 7, and finishing Thursday August 8. Max 10 athletes.
ACTIVR remains running at the GYM Location. They are excited to be returning and accepting bookings as of August 14th. With reopening there will be 3 new Virtual Reality Escape Rooms. Check out what it's all about on their website HERE!
For U14/U15 Girls – (girls going into grade 8, 9 or 10 depending on Birthday)This camp will work on skill development and team tactics for advanced players who want improvement in all areas of their game and be ready for club team tryouts. These camps are specifically targeting players to get ready for their club team tryouts reviewing all basic skills, movement skills and team drills.
Head Coach: Jason Crellin - A former university player, with 20 plus years of coaching experience at all levels from junior high, high school, club, provincial team and university level. Currently one of lead coaches in the Canuck Program.
U14/U15 Girls - registration open August 10 to 14 (Monday-Saturday) from 2:00-4:00pm
GYM Location, $250.00
U14/U15 Girls - few spots available August 24 to 28 (Monday-Saturday) from 5:00-7:00pm
GYM Location, $250.00
Stefan's Factory camps will be running once again for club level athletes moving up to U13 to U16 Club Teams in 2021.
Skill development and gameplay for club level players who want to focus on the details of their game. Athletes should have a good base in all individual skills as well as a good grasp of gameplay from previous tournament play. Each day will include individual skill work, gameplay and competitive drills, plus some volleyball related fitness and conditioning.
Head Coach Stefan Filip: A former professional player in Romania, Sweden and Spain, Stefan currently coaches Canuck and Junior Canuck boys’ teams as a technical lead and is the 2019 Mikasa Development Coach of the Year. Stefan enjoys working with kids of all ages who want to work hard to improve their skills and gameplay and believes that those who bring a good attitude to practice always have something to gain.