Events scheduled in 2014
Saturday Aug. 16th – Davis Cup Event (BBQ at noon) POSTPONED TO SEPTEMBER 6
Sunday Sept. 7th - US Open BBQ (noon) Round Robin (1 pm)
September: Club Tournaments: (Dates will depend on how many people sign-up)
MXD - Mon, Sep 08, 2014 to Sun, Sep 14, 2014
MWD - Mon, Sep 15, 2014 to Sun, Sep 21, 2014
Singles - Mon, Sep 22, 2014 to Sun, Sep 28, 2014
Year end party : date/ location tba
What's New: Yoga for tennis players (and lawn bowlers too)
We welcome you to join Tahnee Pantig, our new Yoga instructor, at Moore Park Tennis & Lawn Bowling Clubs for an hour Yoga Class for tennis players of all levels. Classes will run all summer on Saturdays at 9 am.
The class will help with :
* Concentration * Balance/ Breathing
* Coordination * Injury Prevention
* Flexibility * Joint Mobility
Dates/Times : Saturdays from June 21st till August 16th
Location: 175 Moore Ave - “Wimbledon” Lawn bowling green
Cost per class : General $15; Members of MPTC/ MPLBC $12
Package of 5 classes: General; $65 Members of MPTC/ MPLBC $55
Package of 10 classes: General $120; Members of MPTC/MPLBC $100
***Intro special: Starting from the first class June 21st, two weeks: $30 General / $20 members
Questions please contact: email@example.com.
• Please note that this is an outdoors session and will be weather dependant. All classes will run on dates and times above, unless posted on this website that it is cancelled.
• Please remember to bring your yoga mat.
*Sport-specific training is great. However, we also believe tennis players can benefit from learning about other disciplines. That's why we're happy to offer this new course that takes "training" to a deeper, more profound level. Here are a few of the ways this type of Yoga training can improve your tennis game:
Improved attention and focus. Coaches are always saying "watching the ball" and "keep focused", but how do you train these skills? Yoga is a great way.
Less forcing of your shots. Almost all recreational players try to swing too hard to generate power. Yoga teaches you how to move with strength, but without force.
Integration of breath in movement. Most recreational players tend to hold their breath, leading to excess tension and less endurance. Yoga teaches you how to link movement with breath, eliminating body tension and providing more energy. Learning how to breathe can really make a difference between points, games and during points.
Mental focus and confidence. Yoga gives you a path to establishing a deeper connection between the mind and the body, quieting the mental chatter that often interferes with our execution on the court.