Moving Targets - Group Training Tasmania

$6.50

Moving Targets training paddles are a great way to regularly build on your paddling experience and technique. We are a friendly group of intermediate and advanced paddlers that meet up and keep each other motivated to train.

Our Moving Targets programs runs year-round in blocks of 8-12 weeks. We plan and communicate each block of training in advance, and post weekly schedules and venues during each block. Please contact us or check our Facebook page for up-to-date information prior to purchasing.

NEXT ROUND OF MOVING TARGET SESSIONS: 17/09/18 to 07/12/18 (total of 36 paddling sessions over 12 weeks)

When & where:

Monday afternoons 6.00pm (northern end of Kingston Beach)

Wednesday mornings 6.00am (southern end of Long Beach, Sandy Bay) 

Friday mornings 6.00am (northern end of Marieville Esplanade, Sandy Bay)

Site maps for all venues are below.

Payment info:

$6.50 per session regular paddlers (sign up for full training round)

Regular paddlers need to pre-pay online (select a shopping cart quantity of 36 regular sessions for a total of $234) 

$13 per session casual

$13 per session gear hire

Payment for casual attendance and/or gear hire can be made online or on the day

    Specs:

    • Group training sessions focusing on long-term improvement
    • Hobart based
    • Suitable for intermediate to advanced paddlers
    • Regular paddlers sign up for 8-12 weeks at a time
    • Casual paddlers welcome
    • Gear hire available
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