Class Descriptions

Class Descriptions

Youth Class Descriptions

 

 

Pee Wee (Red Ball I): 4-6yrs.
This is a beginner Pee Wee class. Introduce tennis to your 4-6 year olds with our fun and exciting approach! In our Pee Wee classes your up-and-coming tennis players develop hand-eye coordination along with movement skills.  Students grow comfortable which the age-appropriate equipment and learn the parts of the tennis court.  Basic tennis fundamentals and shots are taught through lots of tennis-like games!


Mom & Me: 3-4yrs. 
Parents, join your toddler on the tennis court for a fun tennis experience! Create connections with your toddler through exciting tennis games which develop movement skills, hand-eye coordination, and racquet skills.  We'll also provide you with some fun games to take home and practice with your child. 


Bitty Pee Wee: 3-4yrs.
Through playing lots of tennis games, our young players become familiar with basic tennis fundamentals and tennis equipment, all while developing eye-hand coordination and movement skills.  Designed for 3 and 4 year olds with no previous tennis experience.

 

NEW! Pee Wee (Red Ball II): 5-6yrs.
Has your Pee Wee taken tennis with us in our Red Ball I classes? Is she or he ready to take the next step, but not old enough to be in our Youth Beginner classes? Join us in our Pee Wee Red Ball II class! This class will develop their tennis fundamentals and strokes even more, in hopes to get them hitting a continuous rally over the net. In order to join this class your child must have an understanding of the forehand, backhand, and volly. They also must be able to properly complete their swing, and be able to hit a ball over the net.

Questions about whether your Pee Wee is up for this advanced class? Email Christiana, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Adaptive Tennis Class: 7-9yrs.
We are thrilled to introduce adaptive tennis to our roster of offerings. This class is perfect for children ages 7-11yrs who experience mild gross motor and/or developmental delays. Children will learn basic tennis skills in a fun, caring, and safe environment adapted to their needs. A modified tennis court, low pressure balls, among other training tools help to create an overall positive experience for your child through tennis.


Luv All Tennis offers two different classes within our QuickStart Program. So what's the difference?

QuickStart Beginner Team Tennis: (K-5th grade)

This class focuses on the basic format of match play. This class is for players who are interested in joining our QuickStart program, but are new to the competitive match play and may have limited tennis experience. We require the student to know the basic strokes, and we will further develop and focus on: serving, competition, matches, rules, and fun team building exercises.

QuickStart Intermediate: (K-5th grade)

This class is for players who want to move to the next step in QuickStart. We require the player to execute strokes and sustain a rally using forehands, backhands, and volley. Players must know the basics for serving overhead, and must know the rules and regulations for matches.

We welcome parent volunteers, especially for match days. For any questions about placing your child in the correct class, or if you are a parent interested in volunteering in our QuickStart program please contact Laura at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Youth Beginner: 7-10yrs.
Little or no tennis experience? Our Beginner class offers upper elementary aged players a great place to start or brush up on the basics. Students will improve hand-eye coordination and agility, perform racquet-handling skills, and become familiar with the tennis court. Instructors zero in on building the foundation and cultivating a love of the game through basic strokes and fun games associated with tennis.


Youth Intermediate: 9-11yrs.
Our Intermediate classes are designed for students who have some experience and can hit a tossed ball consistently. Players are expected to have knowledge of the basic strokes and are ready for the next level of play. Emphasis is also placed on moving and hitting.


Teen Clinic: 12-17yrs.

Designed for the teenager who has had little or no prior tennis experience. Students will learn all the basic strokes as they develop enthusiasm for the game. Fitness and movement skills are also emphasized.


Teen Drill & Play: 12-17yrs.
This program is for students who are beyond the beginner level but still need work refining their technique. Moving and hitting are emphasized, and the students will focus more on match play skills as well as drilling. Highly recommended for those aspiring to play high school tennis. 


Adult Class Descriptions

Parent & Child Tennis Fun! (7-11yrs. + parent)
Get your family together to play tennis and get fit, in a relaxed setting, along with other families. Adults and children will practice the basic stroke mechanics through paired activities, a variety of movement based drills, and tennis games. All levels are welcome.


Mom & Me: (3-4yrs. + parent)
Parents join your toddler on the tennis court for fun together! Create connections with your toddler practicing movement skills, hand-eye coordination, and racquet skills. The primary goals of this class include exposure to tennis equipment, the basic strokes, court terminology, and to create connections between parent and child through tennis.


Cardio Tennis
Cardio Tennis pushes your fitness to a new level with a high energy workout! It’s a fun group activity featuring drills to give players of all abilities an ultimate high energy workout. Includes warm-up, cardio workout, and cool down phases. If you want to find a healthy, new way to get in shape and to burn calories…try Cardio Tennis!


Cardio Tennoga- Cardio Tennis meets Yoga!
A fusion of East and West (tennis and yoga based stretches.) This cardio work-out combines tennis and yoga based stretches! Participants warm up with dynamic yoga-based stretches to loosen up their bodies and wake up their muscles. Players then take to the court for an intense cardio tennis work-out, after which students return to their mats for relaxing yoga-based poses and stretching. This portion of the program is designed to stretch out and relax all those muscles that were worked during cardio tennis. You’ll leave feeling empowered, refreshed, and relaxed!
Please bring yoga mat with you.


Tennis & More: Want to have a good work out AND have fun?  This class is for you! We use QuickStart balls and nets to play fun tennis games- working on all the strokes AND ALSO, we’ll include conditioning, agility, and stretching. This class is for all levels.  


Adult Beginner:
This class is for those who have little or no knowledge or the game of tennis. Students will learn the mechanics of the basic strokes, scoring, and tennis etiquette.


Adult Advanced Beginner:
This class is designed for students who know the tennis basics and/or have successfully completed Adult Beginning tennis. We will be reviewing the basic strokes, court movement, and footwork. Class time will focus on consistency in strokes, and strategy in playing singles and doubles. A great compliment to this class is the Advanced Beginner Doubles Clinic.


Drill and Play:
For the experienced tennis player who wants to do some drilling and play doubles with a variety of players. The first 45 minutes of class will be dedicated to warm-up drills and doubles strategy drills. In the second half of class, students will play supervised doubles.