Stay Pain & Injury Free this Pickleball Season

Improve how your body moves so you can perform your best on the pickleball court.

This four-week program led by Predator Ridge physiotherapist Andrew Koppejan, includes weekly in-person one-hour group sessions at the Predator Ridge Fitness Centre starting the week of November 14th.

Does any of this sound familiar?

In this 4 week program, you will:

Understand How to Avoid Injury with Pickleball

Learn key movement principles and understand the key reasons for chronic pain and stiffness and learn how to decrease injury risk across the body. 

Know Where to Focus with Personalized Insights

Walk through personal self-testing across multiple categories and quickly understand areas for improvement. And find exactly the progress you’ve achieved during the program. 

Improve Strength & Mobility for All Key Body Areas

Improve your body’s capacity to improve performance and decrease risk of injury. You will learn clinically proven exercises for the shoulder, back, hips, knees, ankles and elbows. 

Program Details

  • In-person sessions at the Predator Ridge Fitness Centre
  • Starting the week of November 14th 
  • Mondays from 4 to 5 pm
  • Program is limited to 12 participants


4 Week In-Person Program
$ 180
  • 4 weekly in-person sessions with group and individual feedback
  • Personal progress scorecard report so you can pinpoint focus areas
  • Easy-to-understand teaching for quick insight & learning
  • Online portal access to weekly exercises for easy review
  • Weekly email support to answer questions
Limited Spots

About Andrew

Andrew has been practicing as a physical therapist since 2009 and has a special focus on helping  older adults move with ease and confidence. 

Andrew graduated with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2009 from the University of Alberta. He has pursued several post graduate courses and certifications including a Certificate in GunnIMS from UBC and a Certificate in Medical Acupuncture instructed by Dr. Aung from the University of Alberta. He also completed numerous courses in movement system diagnosis, running injury prevention, shoulder rehabilitation and sleep health.

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