Take your game to the next level with private lessons with experienced coaches. You’ll work on skills that are specific to your development needs. Private lessons are a very popular option for OVA club athletes
– Improve in skills that athletes have problems improving in
– Increased playing time
– Play bigger role on team
– Proper technique reduces stress on hitting shoulder and knees
– Great for anytime: pre-season, mid-season, and off-season
Private lessons are open to athletes of all ages and experience level.
Pricing & payment
A 1-ON-1 60-minute trial is available in our online store for $100. If you would like to continue following the trial a five 60-minute package can be purchased for $500.00. Payment can be made via cash or EFT to [email protected] Once payment has been received the 5 sessions will be added to your account to reserve dates.
> 48 hours prior: cancel by email to [email protected]
< 48 hours prior: $50 late cancellation fee may apply
In an effort to keep the costs of 1-on-1s affordable they will often be sharing a court with another lesson or small class.
Questions & inquiries
Specializations: Spiking, digging, serving, passing, volleying
Kanitha Boranprasit is one of the co-founders of Ronin Volleyball.
Boranprasit recently played with Team Investors Group of the Premier League, Canada’s first professional volleyball league, as a Libero and Outside Hitter. Boranprasit played an integral part on the team, helping lead them to a 2nd place finish.
Boranprasit played 4 seasons of CIS volleyball with the University of Dalhousie Tigers, where he was a two-time AUS conference all-star. Unlike many of his teammates Boranprasit elected not to play professional volleyball overseas in favour of starting his non-volleyball career in Toronto.
Boranprasit completed a Bachelor of Commerce – Entreprenurship at Dalhousie and is currently a full-time real estate and mortgage agent servicing the GTA.
Specializations: Setting, digging, serving, blocking
Courtney Kersten is one of the co-founders of Ronin Volleyball.
Kersten played 5 seasons of volleyball with Central Michigan University Chippewas, an NCAA Division 1 program. Kersten was scholarship athlete and team captain for 4 years with CMU, where she finished 2nd all-time in assists. Prior to attending CMU, Kersten also received multiple scholarship offers for track and field.
Courtney Kersten completed a Bachelor of Exercise Science at Central Michigan University.
Specializations: Blocking, digging, serving, passing, volleying
Macalino played 3 seasons of OCAA volleyball with the Seneca College Sting, where played Middle and Libero.
Macalino completed a Diploma in Fire Protection.