Municipality and Township Programs – In partnership with Elevation Athletics Association

The following programs are offered through municipality’s recreation department and open for registration to all residents and non-residents. Please note, EA Pickleball and Elevation Athletics Association are two separate entities
Please send us a message to Pickleball@ElevationAthletics.ca for any questions

EA Pickleball Lessons

The following programs are offered through EA Pickleball

 

 

 

 

Programs

Learn-to-Play Beginners 1
* For Beginners who are starting in pickleball or with player ratings of 2.0 and below
* Coaches will assess and assign proper pickleball ratings to Athletes at the end of sessions
Learn-to-Play Beginners 2
* For Beginners who would like to continue to sharpen their skills from LTP 1. This course if for pickleball players with ratings below 3.0
* Coaches will assess and assign proper pickleball ratings to Athletes at the end of sessions
Learn-to-Play Intermediate
* For pickleball players with the rating of 3.5
* Coaches will assess and assign proper pickleball ratings to Athletes at the end of sessions
Clinics
* EA Coaches host clinics for high level players (ratings above 3.5) on specific skill sets or group0

Locations

*Alexander Muir PS: 75 Ford Wilson Blvd, Newmarket, ON L3X 3G1
*Aurora Family Leisure Complex (AFLC): 135 Industrial Pkwy N, Aurora, ON L4G 4C4
*Harvest Hill Activity Centre (Phoebe Gilman PS Gym): 145 Harvest Hills Blvd, East Gwillimbury, ON L9N 0C1
*Ross Family Complex:   19300 Centre Street, Mount Albert
*King City Public School: 25 King Blvd, King City, ON L7B 1K9
*King Township Municipal Centre: 2585 King Road, King City, ON L7B 1A7
*Caledon Centre: 14111 Regional Road 50, L7E 2V2
*Southfields CC: 225 Dougall Avenue Caledon, L7C 3M

How to get most out of your pickleball lessons?

  1. Practice regularly: The more you practice, the more you will improve. Set aside time each week to work on your skills and techniques.
  2. Pay attention to your instructor: Ask questions during your lessons. The more you understand and retain, the more you will get out of the lesson.
  3. Practice what you learn: After each lesson, try to implement the skills and techniques you learned in your own practice sessions. This will help you solidify your understanding and improve your overall game.
  4. Focus on your weaknesses: Identify the areas of your game that need the most improvement, and work on them during your lessons and practice sessions.
  5. Stay positive and motivated: Pickleball can be challenging, but try to stay positive and motivated, even when things aren’t going your way. This will help you stay focused and keep learning.
  6. Find a practice partner: It can be helpful to have someone to practice with who can give you feedback and help you improve. Find a practice partner who is at a similar skill level, or slightly better, so you can challenge each other and push each other to get better.