Atlanta Archery: Beginner Archery Instruction
Group Archery Classes, Corporate Events
Camp, Private School/ Home School, Summer Programs
ArcherySummer Camp 2015
Level 1 Archery Instructor Certification Training Courses
Private Archery Lessons
Archery Equipment for Institutions (Schools, Recreation Dept's, Camps)

Archery Training Programs:


Atlanta Archery
Archery lessons for children ages 9-20 (JOAD)
Archery lessons for Adults 18 and over
Adult Training Program ; NAA, SOAD
Level 1, Basic Instructor Certification

Beginner archery classes held in the Atlanta Georgia area;
Ongoing practice sessions
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Archery School and practice range for Olympic & Barebow style archery
Basic steps of Archery

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Summer Camp program Acworth
Awesome Adventures group taking their first lessons in Canton range
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Canton Outdoor range
Group training for those inspired by "Hunger Games".The Hunger Games has created a new interest in Archery, and the form demonstrated by star Jennifer Lawrence comes from true Olympic style training. Khatuna Lorig (CA), a four-time Olympian and team bronze medalist, is a season archery competitor, and a 2012 hopeful shooting for her fifth Olympic Team berth Lorig is also a certified archery instructor, and her  recent coaching assignment was teaching "The Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence how to shoot. Lawrence, in turn, put those skills to good work in her role as Katniss Everdeen, the lead character in "The Hunger Games," based on the 2008 novel by Suzanne Collins.
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Closed for Summer Break Through July 5
Archery is safe, fun, and easy to learn. It is a discipline suitable for all ages, sexes, and abilities.

Programs are structured to teach Olympic-target archery to students 9 years old and above. This is a lifetime sport, suitable for the entire family,and appropriate for those that have never held a bow, or those with previous experience.

All  necessary equipment is provided, or the student may bring their own, after the introductory session.

Classes are taught by certified USA  Archery instructors, and adhere to the safety guidelines of USA Archery Instructor Training.  USA Archery  is affiliated with the World Archery association(WA) which is the international governing body for Olympic style archery competitions. USA Archery  promotes Olympic style archery.

The various programs offered help students learn the skills needed for tournament competition, or, just shooting archery for the fun of it.

Benefits of Archery:
focus, concentration and goal setting skills
Students learn they must overcome distractions and obstacles, and have a plan of action. Archery provides a fundamental relaxation quality in that the  archer must be focused on the immediate moment. Archery is a self-challenging and rewarding activity, blending physical and mental resources. Basic math skills are reinforced during routine scoring in archery.

Competitions/Tournaments
For those that have reached sufficient skill levels, opportunities are available for local, state, national & international competitions. Several  archery clubs in Georgia host tournaments during the year , additionally  USA Archery and NFAA  sponsor JOAD, and all ages tournaments nationwide throughout the year.

Follow class plans on our blog:
http://learnarcherytrainingnews.blogspot.com/
Want to learn the basics of archery or need a refresher?
Here's where to start:

Beginner Archery Orientation session: $20
Registration link
Orientation is required to shoot with the group training sessions; must pre-register online)
   Held First & Second Saturdays, and last Sundays of each      month. Limit 10 participants.
   Additional orientation slots scheduling.
    (check calendar for holiday/training conflicts)


After Orientation:
Join Ongoing Archery Training Sessions: $15
Includes all equipment use and range fees
Class sizes limited

Saturday Training classes
  • Saturday morning 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
         Mixed JOAD, SOAD, adult and youth age 9 and up
          

Sunday Training classes

  • Sunday :3:30 - 4:30 
         mixed JOAD, SOAD, adult and youth age 9 and up
 

See calendar for more upcoming class schedules.
Home school groups, small events? Email us for options.
Closed Tuesdays!