Cool Moves Volleyball

REGISTER On-line with VISA or M/C

Fall Session
Sep 19th – Nov 14th, 2018

(Please NOTE: No Session on Oct 3rd)


Winter Session  
Jan 16th – Mar 13th, 2019 

(Please NOTE: No Session on Feb 20th (during school break)

Wednesdays 5:00 – 6:30 pm

Henk Ruys Soccer Center in Lawson
219 Primose Drive, Saskatoon, SK

Parents: Please note there is a $2.00 admission fee for parents to stay
and watch activities at the soccer centre.
No fee for players nor other kids under the age of 16. 

Consider buying a Soccer Centre season pass in October.
It is good for the entire year.


Other options without Visa / MCard

  1. Print and fill out the form below, then text a picture  of it
    and etransfer fees to 306-261-5994
  2.  Print form and mail-in with cheque (address on the form)

Fall Session Form

Winter Session Form

Contact by text or call Leo van Dam at 306-261-5994
for any questions about the program or registration.


Each session is about 1.5 hours long; every session has a section focused on skills followed by a progression into modified game play.

Mini Volleyball Program for 6-8 years olds is an introduction to the sport of volleyball for the young.  It’s a fun and creative program. The program runs about one hour long, with the remainder of time used for eye-hand-ball coordination activities.

Atomic Basic’s for 9-11 years olds is an introduction to the sport of volleyball providing activities while learning the movement needed to play the sport. Co-ed participation.

Triple Ball Program for 12-13 year olds is the next progression in the development of a volleyball athlete. This is a national program in Canada and has been deemed to be instructed for this age group. Tripleball is about a controlled serve with play action. Every session includes training in the sport with a certified coach along with some game play.  It’s a progression of skills development and game play. Co-ed participation.

Mini, Atomic and Triple ball Volleyball Programs have been developed by Volleyball Canada in conjunction with the Canadian Sport for Life Programming.

Atomic provides programming for the LEARNING TO TRAIN STAGE which targets boys  and girls ages 9 -12.

The technical components of the skills are the same for all beginners to the sport. The practices are of different levels to accommodate a variety of levels of the players. There are three levels of practice plans in each session to enable the instructor to keep all the players involved. The practice plans are progressive to make moving some players onto more challenging activities while others may continue working on the easier ones. Each session has activities designed for Novice, Intermediate and Advanced levels.

When a player reaches the Advanced level it would be suggested to move to playing competitive volleyball by trying out for a club volleyball team.

Parent as coaches:
Parents are encouraged to participate in their child’s development. Come in and join on the courts. Parents with volleyball knowledge are welcome to provide assistance during the program. Inquire with the coaching staff about participating.




Funding assistance for the facility rental is provided
by the City of Saskatoon Youth Sports Subsidy Program.