Email info@powertoplaysports.com, or call 970.800.3035


Additional camps/clinics, and training will be updated as they become available


Looking for a personal trainer for volleyball, contact us at 970.800.3035


Fall Break Skills Clinic
Friday, October 19, 9 am-12 pm  (4-12th grade boys/girls)
Lead Instructor:  Juliane Mosebar

$65.00/player 1st 25 players registered

​$75.00 26-50 players registered


REGISTER FOR CLINICS HERE

Instructors Profile:


Juliane Mosebar has been coached by some of the world's greatest coaches at the club, collegiate and international level. Before receiving All American honors at UC Irvine, she played at UCLA on full scholarship as an Outside Hitter and Opposite. Her professional volleyball career began on the USA National Training Team where she trained under Hugh McCutcheon and Karch Kiraly with five future Olympians. She then competed internationally for Volley Franches Montagnes in Saignelegier, Switzerland where she was a Swiss Cup Finalist. 

Upon returning to the states, she began a career in marketing and transitioned to beach volleyball as a member of the USA National Beach Training Team under USC Head Coach and National Champion Anna Collier. As both a coach and player, Juliane has earned multiple gold and bronze medals from the USAV Girls Junior National Championships and Qualifiers. In 2017, she received her iDrills Sand Coaching Certification with Marcio Sicoli, a world renowned beach volleyball coach that has trained Kerri Walsh in the last three Olympics. In 2018 she founded Pure Beach Volleyball Club and her team finished 2nd in the YETI Open earning a bid to the AAU West Coast Junior Olympics in Santa Monica, CA. Juliane is now the Head Coach of 17 Black at The Diff Volleyball Club and the Varsity Team at Mead High School.
 

​​​​

DatesDescription

pending updates


 


 


 


 

Ellen Nystrom & Elin Gustavsson training with Coaches Hughes (left) & Bertolette (right) before going to the ProHoops Combine in Dallas, TX in April, 2017. This is an invitation only combine to give the top college seniors an opportunity to be evaluated by WNBA coaches and General Managers, foreign coaches and agents before the draft to be held in April.