Grade 2-4 COED


This Camp will systematically introduce athletes to physical development skills that are fundamental to volleyball. Skills will be taught through games that focus on light-weight ball handling, movement, speed, agility and coordination.

This camp is great for “kidz” who have a sibling / relative / friend that plays volleyball and are just itching to get started in the sport too!

LocationASPIRE Training Facility – located at 2503 Ellwood Drive SW inside the Sejeong Multicultural Center

Please bring clean indoor running shoes, comfortable gym clothes and a water bottle to the camp each day (kneepads are recommended for athletes and you can discuss this with your coach on the first camp day if unsure of what/where to purchase them)

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Note: If The Link Takes You To A No Appointments Available Page, Please Just Email Aspirevolleyball@Shaw.Ca To Get Onto The Waitlist.


  • Lister Hall Field Beach Courts (University of Alberta) –  8709 117 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 1Z2 – click for MAP
  • Training will be on sand – no shoes necessary – socks or sand socks are recommended but not necessary 
  • Please bring shoes for Grass in the event that the beach court is unavailable.
  • No Free Parking Available – Athletes should be dropped off
  • No Access to Water, Washrooms, Change Rooms or Seating – Please come prepared RAIN OR SHINE – Click For Weather Updates




Sunday, 6 June 2021


Lister Beach Court 1

Sunday, 13 June 2021


Lister Beach Court 1

Saturday, 19 June 2021


Lister Beach Court 1

Sunday, 20 June 2021


TIme, Date & Location TBD

Sunday, 27 June 2021


TIme, Date & Location TBD

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The ASPIRE Advantage

Why choose ASPIRE?


No “on-lookers” for a completely private and safe space for athletes to learn and try new skills

Coaching Excellence

Top International, National and Post-Secondary Team Coaching and Playing Experienced Staff

class sizes

1 Gym = max 14 athletes per camp

Individual attention

Small Class sizes ensure our player to coach ratio is small and every athlete can receive the attention they deserve