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Business Description
Livermore Valley Tennis Club, established in 1970, is a tennis and fitness facility providing a variety of recreational and educational programs. It offers gymnasiums, indoor tracks, and racquetball and squash courts. Located in Livermore, Calif., it also offers pools and spas. The club offers training programs in various sports, including tennis, swimming, basketball and soccer. It organizes summer and holiday camps for children and provides a child care center offering various programs, such as kids club, story time and training in arts and crafts. The club also offers various other activities, such as group exercises, gymnastics, squash and pilates. It additionally offers a wide range of offsite activities, including rafting, horseback riding, ski trips, hiking, excursions, and organizes trips to museums, theaters and theme parks. The swimming programs offered by the club include Masters Swim, Tsunami Aquatics USA Swimming Team, Mini-Masters and Open Lap Swim. Its racquetball program includes leagues, tournaments, educational clinics and club socials.
Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
all major credit cards
Categories
Tennis Courts-Private, Private Swimming Pools, Tennis Equipment & Supplies, Swimming Instruction, Sports Clubs & Organizations, Tennis Courts
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Bike Parking: Yes

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syphillis

12/15/2009

Overall
arrogant karate instructor

i went for a free trial karate class. the instructor did not even bother approaching me during the whole hour, like he was too good to do so. & another instructor just stood around talking, outside. he only approached me briefly, to tell me to call him "sir." he didn't even bother teaching anything. two out of three of the instructors were morbidly overweight. bad example.



the adult/advanced class contained what looked like minors only. some of them looked only about 7 yrs old. why do they call it the "adult" class? how misleading.

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