Whether your player(s) is new to the game of volleyball or looking to refine specific skills and techniques to enhance their game, private and group lessons at VFX will help your player(s) achieve the goals they set. Lesson descriptions and pricing are below.
Coach's availability varies
Group Lesson (2 players or more)
Coach's availability varies
To schedule lessons choose your coach from the list below and contact them to set up your lesson. *Please note that non-VFX players are still welcome to take lessons, however they will need to pay a $20 drop in fee to the facility prior to each lesson.
Nicksen Sivongsa (St. John Fisher College Assistant Coach, 13-1s Head Coach, Assistant Club Director)
Quinn Wright (18-1 Head Coach, Keuka College Head Coach)
Shane Chichester (Brockport High School Boys Varsity Head Coach, 15-2 VFX Head Coach and 14-1 Assistant Coach)
Laura Theile (Webster Thomas Varsity Coach, 15-1 Assistant Coach, 16R Head Coach)
Alea Steigerwald (14-2 Head Coach, St. John Fisher College Volleyball Player)
Danielle Synowski (Nazareth College Volleyball Player, VFX Alumni - 13-3 Head Coach, 17R assistant coach)
Scott Majka and Danielle Ouillette (18-2's Coaches)
Private Lessons - Private lessons are a great way to provide your player(s) with 60 minutes of instruction designed specifically for her needs. If your player(s) is new to the game of volleyball this can be a great introduction to the general skills of the game in a comfortable, one-on-one setting. This is also a great way to help established players improve on specific skills and techniques to enhance their game.
Why individual lessons?
1. Lesson designed solely around your player's needs. Coaches can accommodate for any techniques the player would like to work on and can adjust accordingly at any time.
2. Technique refinement and/or development can isolate and correct bad technique. Fixing "bad habits" takes a lot of time and mental effort on the players part; in this setting, the coach can focus on providing constant verbal cues to help the player recognize and correct bad technique.
Group Lessons - This is a great way to receive position specific instruction in more complex drills and receive higher repetition training. You are able to book online at around your schedule and can control who else is enrolled with you! Group lesson rates begin at 4 players.
Why small groups?
1. Interaction with other players in the same position or coordinating positions in a game like situations. Example: Middle attackers working on hitting shots while facing a Middle Block, or Defensive Specialists digging balls to a Setter who is working on footwork or a specific offensive set.
2. The coach is further removed from drilling and more able to watch technique through the entire process. Example: When a coach is attacking at a Defensive Specialist, they are looking up to attack the ball and may not directly see the footwork or body posture the player uses while preparing to play the ball. While our coaches are highly qualified and able to infer from the resulting defensive play how a player can be more efficient, it helps have the coach on the sideline giving real time instruction.
3. More cost effective!