Youth Volleyball (Winter-Spring)

Volleyball is a rewarding, non-contact sport for players who know the basic skills of serving, passing and hitting.


What will the students learn in this class?
Students will learn the ins and outs of volleyball. Along with skills, this class teaches strategy and tactics and helps develop a strong mentality. The best player on the court is not always the most physical or athletic; there are more ways to score than being strong.

What are the benefits of this class?
This class revolves heavily on teaching players how to make their failures the best teacher. Coaches push for the highest level possible out of all students to help them understand their own strengths and weaknesses, while using both of those to their advantage.

Who will teach this class?
Coaches Taylor Higgs and Andy Oshima have played in Japan's V-League for Saitama Azalea and FC Tokyo, respectively. They bring years of high-level club, collegiate, professional and beach volleyball experience to their students. Taylor and Andy compete together in local indoor and beach tournaments, while Taylor is competing in beach volleyball on the Japan Tour.

Winter
Beginner/Intermediate: 11–15 yrs | Jan 18–Mar 22 | Fri | 5:30–6:30pm | 9 classes | Cancel by Jan 18 | ¥21,420  
Advance: 13-18 yrs | Jan 18–Mar 22 | Fri | 6:30–7:30pm | 9 classes | Cancel by Jan 18 | ¥24,300       

Spring
Beginner/Intermediate: 11–15 yrs | Apr 5–Jun 7 | Fri | 5:30–6:30pm | 10 classes | Cancel by Apr 5 | ¥23,800
Advance: 13-18 yrs | Apr 5–Jun 7 | Fri | 6:30–7:30pm | 10 classes | Cancel by  Apr 5 | ¥27,000

 

  • No class: Feb 15 (Winter term).
  • Requirements: proper athletic shoes, attire, water bottle and eagerness to learn.
  • Advanced level pre-requisites: at least one year of team experience, or having the ability to bump, set, and spike while jumping (or at least willing to try).
  • Prices include 8 percent consumption tax.