RH Pickleball School- Learn How to play Pickleball

Pickleball Lessons

Lesson organizer:
Sara Shear
Learn how to play Pickleball
You will learn how to play Pickleball in 3 sessions for $30.
Become a member and check the event page for dates. The training sessions are run by Mike Bowcott, Sara Shearkhani, and Teresa Miotto.
Contact Info
Email sara.shearkhani@gmail.com
Court Map
More Info

The first lesson starts on March 7th (for three weeks).

Bring your own paddle! (we have some limited paddles for you to paly with but we do recommend to buy your own paddles) 

Register on our event page and register for all three sessions. (you need to become a member of the RH Pickleball Club first).

Beginner clinics:


Who is a beginner:

  • Beginner –  a beginner is someone who has NEVER played pickleball before.  They are a clean slate, waiting to be taught the very basics of the game.
  • Novice – a novice is someone who might have come to open play once or twice, but is not comfortable playing with others yet.  Perhaps they can hit the ball, but they don’t know anything about court position, and they don’t understand scoring yet.

Number of sessions: 3 session

Length of a session: One hour

Number of participants: 4 to 6

Fee: $30 for 3 sessions in cash

Cancellation Policy: No refund

Registration: Through Pickleball Network (provide link)

What will you learn:

  • Session 1 -  How to hold the paddle, dinking drills, wall drills, volley drills, court positioning, rules of the game + Volley
  • Session 2: Service, court positioning, scoring, strategy
  • Session 3: Game time - put your skills to work.
Lesson Events
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Sheila Nair
1 month, 1 week
Hi can you let me know when the next session is

Antonio Mata
5 months, 4 weeks
Hi, I'm new to the group and just noticed this, do you know when the next training is going to take place? we are 2 beginers
Thank you!

Lynn Lamanna
9 months, 1 week
If we brought our own group of 4. Would you schedule lessons for us at an jointly agreeable time slot?

Aline Strong
1 year, 1 month
When is the next set of lessons?

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