Join us for our first ever BEAST lacrosse development sessions and camps. Coached by current NLL players, BEAST lacrosse development is an invite only program for ELITE ATHLETES. We welcome Select Level hockey players who have not played lacrosse before.
Our goal is to build athletes first.
We play sports as a vehicle to develop healthy compete levels in our students.
We are developing to a wide scope where acadamics and athletics intercept.
We believe in high compete and we believe developing in multi-sport environments.
We believe sports open doors in life and have long-term benefits to all.
We want to provide the athlete a home to grow, learn and succeed that is away from parent coaching and club environments that can focussed on a singular goal — winning.
We will find fusion in what we do and it is here that programming will start.
Please join us to build the BEAST ATHLETCS PROGRAM.
Do you want your child to get better at hockey?
Play a sport other than hockey.
With more and more specialization and and burn out with young hockey players, BEAST lacrosse aims to be an outlet for hockey players in Toronto. Lacrosse is the best crossover sport for hockey and will help their hand eye coordination, conditioning and get them used to the physical contact. These sessions will be improve the boys overall athleticism and compete.
This group will run together once a week all winter and leading into the spring we will be training twice a week. Similar to our hockey sessions, these sessions will be used to evaluate and form our team that will travel to the United States for a tournament.
SUNDAY April 29
SUNDAYS May 6- June 17
@ De La Salle Turf Field
8 weeks for $250
AGES: 2012/2011, 2010/2009, 2008/2007
Sessions begin with 30 minutes of positional skills work, followed by 30 minutes of compete skills and a 30-minute controlled scrimmage.
Week 1 Camp
August 6 to August 10
9am to 4pm Daily
Ted Reeve Arena/Field
$399 for 5 Days
Led by professional lacrosse players, the camp will be divided by age into four groups and will focus on positional play and skills development in both the field and box environment.