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Coaching, Lessons, DIY
 
There is simply no way around it. Building a consistent, portable game you can take anywhere and play with confidence takes a time and practice. Coaching to fine tune your skills, or private lessons to build them, are an important part of that building process. Our PPR Certified Teaching Professional can help you work toward building that game.
 

Private Lessons & Coaching (60 Minutes)
A private lesson is a narrowly focused learning experience for one player targeting a particular element of the game. The idea here is to learn something new or improve on an existing skill. (Beginner-Intermediate-Advanced)
 

 
Group Lessons and Coaching (90 Minutes)
Learning in a group setting provides players an opportunity to learn, review, reinforce, and build upon the essential elements of a well balanced doubles game. Each session provides observation, feedback, coaching, drills, and practice in a friendly, competitive playing environment. (Beginner-Intermediate)
 
 

 
 
  
 
About Your Instructor. Jeff Anthony (founder of Pickleburg.com) is an experienced player, Certified Teaching Professional and Charter Member of the Professional Pickleball Registry (The Professional Pickleball Registry is the official education and certification partner of USA Pickleball.)
 

The question comes up from time to time...."can't I just learn on my own?" The short answer is....of course! In fact, some of the best learning comes from trial and error. As adults we have already spent much of our time as both learners and teachers....no need to stop now.
 
Professional lessons and coaching can make a big difference when it comes to getting started on the right path as well as fine-tuning skills along the way. It can also save time and avoid the frustration that accompanies trying to unlearn something.
 
So, if you are a DIY sort of person and prefer to chart your own path, check out the three resources below. We like their down-to-earth style and substantial inventory of tools-you-can-use. Each website is rich with practical information.....so dig in!.