We offer coaching/lessons during any of our Open Play sessions. Coaching is essential for any player wanting to take their game to the next level. Whatever your goals may be, we are here to help you achieve them.

  • All ages are welcome. Children under 12 must be accompanied by their parent or guardian.
  • Lessons can include 1 to 4 students.
  • Lessons are customized to meet your personal goals.
  • Detailed lesson notes are kept to track your cumulative progress.
  • Advanced training tools available: video analysis, robot training, and multi-ball training.
  • Lessons can be scheduled for either half hour or full hour sessions.

Coaches and Rates:
Nick Dotson - $10 per half hour
John Trevethan - $10 per half hour
*100% of the fees collected go back to the club for development costs (balls, table and net replacements, tournament prizes, etc.)
 

Scheduling:
email: info@westcentraltabletennis.com
phone: 509-342-9322

Coach Bios:

Nick Dotson is a table tennis enthusiast. His table tennis accomplishments include participating in many sanctioned tournaments including the U.S. Open, losing 25 pounds from only playing table tennis, and enjoying friendly competition and practice on a weekly basis. So, whether your goals are to compete in tournaments, get good exercise, or just learn a fun hobby, Nick can help. He is a USATT Certified Instructor and currently is the third highest-ranked player by the USATT in the Spokane area. Nick believes table tennis is the best life-long sport you can play, and it's never too late to start playing or learn some new tricks.

John Trevethan has been organizing, playing, and coaching Table Tennis in the Spokane area for more than 35 years.  During most of this time, he has also been the highest-ranked player by the USATT in Spokane, until recently surpassed by one of his students – a result in which he takes great pride. An all-around player comfortable with a wide variety of techniques, John believes that the best way to learn is to have fun while you’re working hard, and so likes to see new players smiling the whole time that they are learning something new and even difficult—because the game has so many challenges that you need to recognize and enjoy all the little successes along the way.