WE IMPROVE YOUR BEACH VOLLEYBALL SKILLS

Learn and improve your beach volleyball skills in the Toronto Facility. This is an opt in program available to all athletes regardless of club.

WE WILL SHOW YOU THINGS YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN

Our global and dedicated coaching approach will help you progress.

North Beach Indoor Volleyball Academy

Every Sunday, starting October 28th until December 16th
2:00 pm until 3:30 pm - co-ed - Junior (14U and under)
3:30 pm until 5:00 pm - co-ed - Senior (15U and older)

WE ARE WITH YOU ALL EVERY STEP OF THE WAY

Multiple spots available during the day. In a top notch facility. Free T-Shirt upon registration.

Non Titans Athlete
275 C$
Clinic

Free T-Shirt

MEET THE TEAM THAT WILL TAKE YOU THERE

Learn from past and future olympians

Sam Schachter

Head Coach

Sam has been competing on the FIVB World Tour since the age of 20. He was the first Canadian player to win the U21 Junior World Championships, and went on to win 4 more medals on the FIVB at the senior level. Sam also went on to compete in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, as well as the 2015 PanAm games. He recently won a Silver Medal at the Commonwealth Games in 2018 and is 3 time national Champion.

Sam has worked with the York University Mens Varsity Volleyball program and is currently an assistant coach with the U of T Varsity Mens Volleyball team.

 

Julie Gordon

Head Coach

Julie attended both Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Guelph where she competed on the women’s indoor volleyball team earning a number of awards in her time there including OUA Rookie of the Year, CIS All Star, and CIS Academic All Star.

After graduating from university, she then moved onto playing beach volleyball for Team Canada. Julie has won a number of medals on the NORCECA Continental Tour, including 2 gold medals, 4 silver medals, and a bronze medal. She and her former partner are the only Canadian females to win back-to-back gold medals on the FIVB World Tour for Canada.

Headshots of 2018 Beach Volleyball Canada team members on January 9, 2018. (Michael P. Hall/@MPHcentral)