Want to learn beach volleyball from the stars? Your Alki chance


(2008 photo by Brian Todd, Aus der Traum Photography)
Just in from Seattle Volleyball Association – a clinic this Saturday with your chance to “learn from the best”:

By popular demand, the best players in the Northwest will be taking a day off from playing a tournament and running a beach volleyball clinic to allow anyone a chance to learn from the best. All levels are welcome, whether you’re just starting to play or wanting to brush up your skills. The Northwest’s professional and semi-pro players will help players with passing, setting, hitting and serving, then have the nets open for all players to practice their skills against other players of their same skill level. The event goes 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with open net play for all participants who want to practice their skills with instructors from 2 to 4 p.m. The cost for each participant is $25 per person.

For full details of the event plus contact info, read on:

What: Beach Volleyball clinic and game play
When: This Saturday starting at 10 a.m.
Who: Juniors and Adults of all skill levels are welcome
Sign-up: Register before this Friday at 5 p.m. by visiting www.SeattleVB.com
or contact us at AlkiVolleyball@comcast.net

JUNIOR PLAYERS, all skill levels welcome (players 8-18)
ADULT PLAYERS, all skill levels welcome (players 18 and up)

10am: beach volleyball strategy– 30 minutes
setting– 30 minutes
hitting– 30 minutes
defense– 30 minutes
serving– 30 minutes
blocking– 30 minutes
2pm: nets open for Free Play for all participants with instructors

Who We Are/Contact Info: We are a group of volunteers running competitive beach volleyball tournaments for all levels on Alki Beach in Seattle, WA. You can contact us and follow our updates on Facebook, Twitter and e-mail:

Facebook: FAN PAGE, “Alki Beach Volleyball” (profile photo with the white volleyball with flower)
Twitter: www.Twitter.com/AlkiVB
E-mail: AlkiVolleyball@comcast.net
Web: www.seattlevb.com

6 Replies to "Want to learn beach volleyball from the stars? Your Alki chance"

  • Chris June 22, 2009 (3:45 pm)

    This isn’t being produced by the Alki Volleyball Association, this clinic is being produced by the Seattle Volleyball Association! The “AVA” has no professional players on staff.

  • WSB June 22, 2009 (3:56 pm)

    The website doesn’t have an official organization name displayed prominently – might be good to say Seattle Volleyball Association on the home page if that’s the official name? – and the links in the copy we received all say Alki Volleyball, so that’s where that came from. Nonetheless, have changed – TR

  • Peter June 22, 2009 (5:31 pm)

    I like this picture. If you look at just right, it looks like a woman laying in the sand realizing she’s about to be hit by a volleyball.

  • 56bricks June 23, 2009 (5:53 am)

    Photographic proof of levitation!

  • WSHC June 23, 2009 (4:20 pm)

    Awesome photo.

  • Alex July 3, 2009 (8:29 pm)

    Will there be another clinic in the near future?

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