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Pickleball Instruction Guidelines

1, 2, 3 or 4- person lessons of Pickleball Instruction with your choice of instructor!
 
Select the instructor of your choice, purchase your session, and then contact instructor to schedule! Make sure you provide them with a copy of your receipt so they can verify you have paid.
ONLY ONE PERSON NEEDED TO REGISTER FOR PAYMENT.  Participants in multiple participant sessions can then work out self reimbursements.
 
Once you schedule your instruction time with your instructor and have provided proof of payment to them, the instructor will then reach out to staff at the front desk/Lifestyle to verify your time.
 
If you have any questions, please contact kwilson@dmbcommunitylife.com.
 
*No instruction groups larger than 4 individuals will be permitted at this time. 
 

Pickleball Instructors

Purchase either a Private ($80 – 1 hr.), Semi-Private ($95 – 1 hr.), Trio ($140 – 1.5 hrs.) or Small Group (max 4) ($180 – 2 hrs.) session.

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Matt Lazarine

Certifications:
IPTPA Director and Master Teaching Professional
5.5 UPTR rated Pickleball player with over a dozen gold medals in USAPA sanctioned events
 
Contact Information:
Phone : 832-499-9925
Email:  mattlaz@mattlazpickleball.com
 
Matt grew up on a tennis court, played in a Texas 5A high school tennis state championship, and was a certified tennis professional long before he was introduced to Pickleball.
 
A true student of Pickleball who has turned his understanding of Pickleball readiness, shot techniques, court awareness, shot selection and inner game thinking into an adaptive training program. This unique training program combines fundamentals and tactics to help players make good action and reaction decisions on the Pickleball court. Matt will teach you how to play a point, and then how to win a point. 

Matt specializes in detecting and correcting player errors. He evaluates your game video with an analysis report card which pinpoints your strengths and areas for improvement. He has worked with a wide range of players, from beginners to tournament players, to develop a better understanding of how to play the game.