For 17 years, I’ve coached collegiate women’s hockey and spent my summers working at various camps around the world. Each year, I’ve learned more and more about what I think a camp should (and should not be).
At our inaugural camp last year an experienced and passionate group of coaches launched what we believe is one of the most interesting and challenging hockey development experiences available to advanced young players
Our belief is that a small, focused group of campers can benefit from a progressive curriculum that combines skills and tactics with mental components. We added off-ice sessions that explained what we were doing and why, and our campers responded by enthusiastically learning and demonstrating new concepts with confidence.
Our camp is different. It’s not a showcase — it’s a place to take risks and get better. It’s a development camp designed to help campers to grow their game and return to their regular season teams with new skills and a deeper understanding of the game of hockey.