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Coach Ron is great, highly recommend him for tennis Instruction. He is currently working with my two boys and the experience has been wonderful for everyone.
The only reason we did not hire this pro is because our swim club ended up offering a tennis camp. He was very responsive and flexible to my requests to meet at a convenient location.
I have been taking tennis lessons from Mike for 1 year now. He is very punctual and he makes the drills fun. I was taking these lessons just for exercise but he encourage me to sign up on an Alta team and I'm having the time of my life.
After many years of being on a start-stop cycle with tennis lessons, learning from John has encouraged (and enthused) me to be more consistent in the sport. John is an excellent coach who is very patient and insightful on ways to approach and ace technique (I smile thinking of all the tips he offered to help me perfect my serve.) His teaching style is fun, fresh and encouraging. And equally importantly, he is accommodating to your schedule and flexible in meeting locations. Hands down, John is the best tennis coach that I've ever had. He comes highly recommended! - Petra
He is very passionate and knows how to teach well. I am very satisfied with my improvement on serve, fore and back hand, and valley ball within only 4 lessons! I really appreciate that he has been teaching me very thoroughly. He is the one that you will have to pick if you want the best tennis teacher! Can't wait to have more and more lessons with him and see my improvement!!
I've heard of Tennis Dynamics before and know they have a solid junior program. I took my first private lesson tonight with Joe and enjoyed it!
Very professional and motivational for my kids. They enjoy their lessons and look forward to the experience.
Was a great coach during my elementary, middle, and high school years. I eventually played competitively on my high school tennis team (where I made it to the District semi-finals), and I now play recreationally. I still often think of the tennis tips and strategies that I learned from Moin, the coach at Tennis Factors.
About Danny Tarpley: Director of Tennis / Concourse Athletic Club / Sandy Springs Georgia Professional Tennis Association (GPTA) Secretary / Board of Directors GPTCA Level - A, (One of only 17 in the USA and 93 in the world) USPTA Elite Pro (29 years) Etcheberry certified sports trainer Coach of 7 top 100 players in the world USTA area training center head coach 18 years experience as a club owner and Director of Tennis State and National speaker I offer private, semi-private, group, and team coaching in and around Marietta, Smyrna, Sandy Springs, and Dunwoody Georgia. Complete 24-hour turnaround tennis and racquetball stringing and services.
First and foremost, I have "the patience of Job" getting my students to a comfortable state with me and very important.
I will assist in making anyone a better tennis player with my skills and experience in the sport. I have a true love of the game.
I coach tennis to the 10 and under kids, adults, autistic children as well as sick individuals. one-on-one or group lessons are available.
Im passionate about what i do and take the time to listen as well as educate
Michelle teaches private and group hatha yoga classes from beginner through intermediate levels. Her gentle and compassionate style allows students to feel safe and comfortable exploring this healing practice. Classes are designed to relieve stress, find inner peace and strength, and be open to flexibility and physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. Additionally, Michelle offers restorative and yin yoga classes along with meditation and breath work. She holds a 200-hour RYT certification with Yoga Alliance.
All classes are taught with age appropriate techniques. Generally, kids age 4 and older are very successful in developing the Future Black Belt Behavior (Respect, Focus, Self-discipline) which is taught in every class. Adult classes are taught separate from the kids, so parents can also train.
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I am an Atlanta based professional tennis player. I played for four years for Georgia Tech where I was a three-time All American and a three-time All-ACC performer. Since I graduated, I have been playing in the professional tour, and I have achieved a high ranking of 427 in singles and 155 in doubles. I give lessons to all age groups, and I am available to work with you whenever I'm in town. If you just want to get a nice workout or want some tips to improve your game, I can definitely help you out!
Tennis, anyone! I am the tennis coach for you and your kids. I have been teaching and instructing tennis for the past 28 years, with extensive experience in coaching beginners to advance players. I am a PT certified professional tennis coach.
DANCE TECHNIQUES, SKILLS and STYLES Balance: To hold your body at an angle or to hold your arms and legs in a certain position as you spin, step, turn or move. Spin/Spinning: To turn or spin on the ball joints or heel of the foot or hand. Momentum: To maintain a certain speed while the body spins while hold your balance. Moves: The point of moves in a routine or solo; to step; move your arms and legs; spin or bend with a count or saying. For example: 1,2 1,2,3...up, down turn around Wave: To move your arms and/or body in a water flow (wave) of currency from one end of the body to the other. Pop: To pop is to snap a part of your body in a hard popping motion. Lock: To do straight points, bends and moves in combinations at a time. Jitt (Detroit Style): To do the Jitt (short for jitt-a-bug) are a combination of leg movements in a particular step. The Jitt is usually done from waist down unless upper the upper body is used to help leg movements. Glide: To push off with one foot and the catch the other foot in a smooth motion and sometimes connect with a hand, arm, and body motion. Funk-a-teer: Short leg movements, as well as foot movements. The legs are always moving in a vibration-like movement. Die-a-Bolicals: To hit or slap yourself on parts of the body with a count; to make the routine tight, as well as to move or turn. Body Moves: To move your mid-sections of your body; to stretch, roll, wave, and move your body in a circular and wave-like motion. Break Dance: To do countless moves and steps on and above the floor; to spin, roll, flip, twist, and drop with moves on the floor (break down each move coming soon). CLASSES Beginners Class The Walk Up; a combination of all moves and dances put together with a count and saying in order to program the student to the Cosmic Style. Routines are broken down into (4) parts and (4) sessions. Mid-Level Class Individually learning and using the techniques, skills and styles, so that each move can be used correctly. Advance Classes Showing and doing routines in full motion with counts and sayings. Body Moves Practice using the body in a wave or circular-like motion. To stretch muscles not ordinarily used. Break Dance See Mid-Level Classes Slow Routines Using body moves and moves to a particular song for that routine
I teach tennis to all ages. I do private and group lessons for serious players only. If you have potential, I will make you better.
I offer lesson for beginners who would like to learn the game. I will work with kids or adults. No matter your level, I will enhance your game. You will improve your tennis in a few lessons. You will get better at tennis. Gain your edge by training one-on-one and through tactical and technical drills. You will have a great cardio tennis workout.