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Gray83
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Freestyle coaching

Post by Gray83 » Sat Jan 03, 2015 2:12 pm

Hi does anybody know of anyone or anywhere that offers freestyle coaching/lessons? I'am based in the midlands. Thanks

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Re: Freestyle coaching

Post by Ross M » Sat Jan 03, 2015 4:08 pm

Hi

Glad to hear you are getting hooked into freestyle.
I based in Nottingham and operate a full time coaching
Business New Wave Kayaking.

We can certainly provide you with a range I options in order to
Maximise your time on the water.

Feel free to drop me a line.I can give you a call to have a chat about what works for you.
www.newwavekayaking.com
ross@newwavekayaking.com
07847174135


Hope you find something suitable. Have a great weekend.

Ross

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Re: Freestyle coaching

Post by Xan » Sat Jan 03, 2015 5:44 pm

Look up a guy called Den Newton. He coaches some of the big names in freestyle like Bren Orton, Claire O'Hara and the GB freestyle team.

Here's information about what he offers http://www.sweetwatercoaching.co.uk/freestyle/.

I did my 4 star with Den and he's a great guy and an excellent coach

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Re: Freestyle coaching

Post by Gray83 » Sat Jan 03, 2015 5:47 pm

Thank you for your reply I have saved your number in my phone. I will be intouch when I know what dates I will be free. Thank you.

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Re: Freestyle coaching

Post by Lowri Davies » Sat Jan 03, 2015 6:03 pm

Hi,

I can also help with freestyle coaching, as a Level 5 coach and former European Freestyle Champion with 10 years on the GB Team. I run www.flowfree.co.uk - which when in the UK is based in North Wales but we operate all over the UK.

Email info@flowfree.co.uk with a little more about what you're looking to get from your coaching, where you're at and any specific goals, along with any preferred dates and hopefully we can sort something for you! :-)

Cheers

Lowri

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Re: Freestyle coaching

Post by Gray83 » Sat Jan 03, 2015 7:21 pm

Fantastic thanks for your replys.

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Re: Freestyle coaching

Post by James B » Sat Jan 03, 2015 9:09 pm

Hi Gary,

I also highly recommend Dennis Newton (Sweetwater coaching) he sometimes coaches me and he's really very very good.

I also will be running a few select dates throughout the year for a variety of abilities, you can see more here: http://riverzoo.com/coaching/

I was the 2011 World Champion and was 3rd at the Europeans last year so I also have a good idea about freestyle ;-)

Main thing is there are quite a few really good coaches in the UK so you can't really go wrong.

Good luck,

Pringle

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Re: Freestyle coaching

Post by jriddell » Tue Jan 06, 2015 3:14 pm

Glenmore Lodge do a freestyle 3 star. No idea what water they do it on but presumably near Aviemore.

http://www.glenmorelodge.org.uk/cat-38- ... yle-kayak/

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