St Ann’s Tennis is hosting a talk at the Garden Cafe in St Ann’s Well Gardens, with guest speakers Scott Tawse and Tash Kahn on Thursday 30 November 2023, at 7.15pm.
Ticket: £12 Book here
Tash Khan is ex-WTA professional player who now works as an osteopath. She is also an LTA Level 3 tennis coach.
Scott Tawse, the Mindful Tennis Coach, is a multiple Parks Cup winner and RPT qualified coach (National Instructor).
Join us to hear about two players’ life in tennis. Tash Khan will tell us about her remarkable journey as a professional tennis player and gain valuable insights into her life on tour. She will share her personal experiences and unveil the strategies that propelled her to success both on and off the court. Now a professionally qualified osteopath, Natasha’s expertise extends to injury prevention, and she will impart a set of preventative exercises tailored to address the most common tennis-related injuries.
Scott Tawse is much in demand as a tennis coach at St Ann’s and at Wickwoods Country Club. He is currently teaching the popular Competitive Doubles sessions at St Ann’s. Scott will discuss ways in which to unlock the full potential of your mental game as he unveils how Winnie the Pooh and your nervous system are the keys to overcoming the most challenging mental hurdles. Through the amalgamation of mindfulness, embodiment, and sports psychology, you will emerge from this session equipped with a practical arsenal of tools.
St Ann’s Tennis Trip to Turkey, March 2024: We are delighted to announce that Scott Tawse will be joining us for our trip to the Ali Bey tennis centre next Spring. Some places still available. See details here
Feedback from Scott and Tash’s talk at Wickwoods:
“Such a brilliant evening. Both presentations were entertaining, engaging and professional… Everyone I spoke to thoroughly enjoyed it. You had a really attentive audience the whole way through – no fidgeting or distractions. We were captivated.” – Caroline
“Fabulous insights into the inner world of tennis delivered with humour – miss it at your peril” – Leigh
“A very worthwhile evening. I very much enjoyed it” – Sarah