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Private lessons, for some children, are a better way to deliver skills training. The 1-to-1 scenario (or 2-to-1 scenario if you’d like to share a private lesson with a friend) allows the instructor to stop and deconstruct a particular move, skill or trick.
Here are four great reasons to take private lessons:
The trainer can stop a session for the purposes of deconstructing a particular move, skill or trick. Because there is only one athlete (or possibly two) to guide, the trainer can tailor the session specifically to a problem area or areas of interest. The trainer can also still keep that athlete’s heart rate up. Usually instruction and heart rate trade off in larger groups because the instructor has to consider group dynamics.
Tactical awareness issues can be addressed in a one on one session too, and this often leads to quick improvements on game day. However, not everyone is suitable for private training. Some athletes find the pressure to be something they are trying to escape with their training at Avila rather than embrace. As such, there is an interview process for entering private training to ensure that this type of training is something your child is looking for and will enjoy. One thing is for sure—for the right athlete there is no quicker way to improve!
Frequently Asked Questions
You can pick any time slot you want if it is available, but please note that the time spot you are picking is a weekly spot. For example, if you picked Mondays at 3:30 PM the next 15 consecutive Mondays at 3:30 PM will be your schedule; you may not mix different days and times to consume the package.
Yes, you must come in as a pair for Dual Private Lessons. But each player must purchase their own lessons at $400/player (4 Months Dual Private).
A senior Avila trainer will always be in charge of Private Lessons.