Beginner Tennis | 45 Minute Classes | Ages 7-15
Class meets once per week. Fee is based on total # of classes.
|Beginner Tennis Class Options||Days Offered||Class Meets (PST)||Session Dates||Session Fee|
|Beginner Tennis - Small Group [7 Max.]||Tuesday||3:00PM - 3:45PM PST||9 Dates: Jan. 12 - March 09, 2021||$162.00|
|Beginner Tennis - Small Group [7 Max.]||Tuesday||3:00PM - 3:45PM PST||9 Dates: March 16 - May 25, 2021 [Off 3/30, 4/06]||$162.00|
• Ages 5—6: 21” jr racket + red or orange and yellow starter tennis balls
• Ages 7-8: 23 jr racket + orange and yellow starter tennis balls
• Ages 9-10: 25” jr racket + orange and yellow tennis balls or green dot tennis balls
• Ages 11 and older: full size tennis racket + yellow tennis balls
Beginner Tennis (45 Minutes): For kids, ages 7-15. Coaches will teach professional quality fundamentals to participants and help them to become better athletes. This class will focus on practicing groundstrokes, volleys, ball toss and service motions to develop proper muscle memory. Kids will partake in class activities to improve hand-eye coordination, balance, agility, strength and overall fitness. This class is ideal for beginner through novice players.
Space Recommended: We recommend that your child participates in a minimum a 10' x 10' space with strong WiFi connection. Either in an open room, living room, empty garage, or front/backyard.
Makeups: If you need to miss a virtual class, you can email us to let us know in advance and we will make every effort to schedule you a makeup at another time.
Privacy: We do not record any of our classes in the interest of protecting your child's privacy.
I have worked with Kassirer Sports & Youth League tennis for 8 years. I grew up playing youth & high school athletics in San Francisco, Bay Area, California & I was awarded “Most Inspirational Player” by my coach Raymond Wong, as an athlete for leadership. My mission is to serve the community and youth to challenge themselves to become the best version of themselves by focusing on mastering fundamental movement skills.
I attended Skyline College to obtain an associate’s degree in allied health science. While going to school, I developed a passion for working in the health & fitness industry. I worked at Sports Club/ LA San Francisco, and transitioned over Equinox Sports Club as a Sports Manager. I want to pass on to my students that you can grow through the adversity you face playing sports, “It strengthens competitiveness, personal and professional values, self-assessment, teamwork, leadership, empathy, and emotional control. Through sports, I believe that it can help navigate relationships with others, and with ourselves as well as how to understand how our emotions can change the way you live and love.” In my spare time, Adrielle loves to spend his time being active through basketball, cycling, weightlifting, and adventures with his super dog, Biggins. I hope my students are able to grasp the concept of how to associate E.I. and reflective practice with applied sports or fitness performance. My primary goal is to develop a positive inviting environment for students to grow.
Adrielle is teaching all level tennis and basketball classes and bilingual classes in English/Tagalog
My name is Angelo Cardenas. I’m 23 years old and have been teaching tennis to kids/teens since my junior year of high school. I played Varsity tennis at Concord High School all 4 years earning awards such as MVP for 3 years & Athlete of the Month for 4 months at my school. I then continued to play at the community college level at Diablo Valley College(DVC) where in my first year I was the #6 player and played doubles as well. In my Second Season I was the #1 player at the school where I made the State Tournament in Ojai, CA in doubles. From 16 years old until now, I’ve taught various amounts of tennis camps at Oakhurst Country Club, Paragon tennis in Orinda, through the Kassirer Sports and Youth League tennis programs, as well as private lessons to kids ranging from 6-17 years old.