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ATUNYA ACADEMY

Finally, we are back!

18-22 December, Thailand International Ice Hockey Arena, Bangkok, Thailand

ABOUT

The last time was a huge sucess. This year we are taking on three groups with 20 people in each group.
The camp includes 5 days of training. Every day includes 1 hour physical exercise and 2 hours of ice training.

Price: 15.000Thb/person (399 USD)

 

-Kids 11-13 years

-Kids 14-15 years

-Adult 16+

 

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Daily schedule example 

 

Sunday 18th Dec – Thursday 22d Dec

08-09 U11/13 Shawn Rooke/Johnny Oduya

09-10 U14/15 Johnny Oduya

10-11 U16+ Daniel Broberg/Johnny Oduya

12-14 Lunch

14-15 U11/13 Shawn/Johnny

15-16 U14/15 Johnny

16-17 U16+ Daniel/Johnny

Groups will have all coaches in rotation along with 45min Off-Ice warm up before morning skate supplied by our straight and conditioning trainer.

Coaching clinic

(in conference room)

 

Wednesday 21th 19.30-22.00

 

Sign up for a 2,5h seminar where Daniel and Johnny will present the taughts and strategies behind their coaching.
There will also be availability to attend ice sessions and time for conversations around the game in general.
This is for anyone looking to deepen their knowledge about hockey and open to both players and coaches and with aspiration to further help development of Thai hockey for the future.

 

Price: 1700Thb/person (45 USD)

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For all questions regarding Academy, please email to: olivia@atunya.com

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ATUNYA COACHES

Our Academy coaches are presented below:

Johnny Oduya

Two time Stanley Cup champion with the Chicago Blackhawks 2013 and 2015
Olympic silver medalist Sochi 2014
NHL regular season games and playoff games played: 961
Creator of the “Mindful Defence” one ice training system for hockey players and founder of ATUNYA.
In the rise in skills training these days understanding of the game becomes even more crucial. Therefore we have been working on a program for youth athletes to be able to bring skills from skills day to game day.

“For me it’s also important and and a no-brainer to educate next generations hockey players to play a game that is beyond the game of hockey. It’s about mindset and how to conquer your own mind and body to reach your full potential”

Daniel Broberg

After coaching teams for more than 30 years on almost all levels and ages in Sweden, Daniel started his own company DB Hockey Factory three years ago. Today he’s focusing on the individual skill development and how to transfer those skills into the games. He believes there’s a clear connection between skill development and self-confidence. “If you improve your skills you will have better confidence and you will have the guts to do more and better things during the games” 

Control, balance, glide and smooth power are keywords for Daniel. “Everything starts with your posture. Your balance. Edge control is crucial. But most important for me, finding a balance between power and smoothness. I’m really looking forward to coming back to Bangkok and working with all the awesome players there.  I will try to help you to go from Skill Day to Game day”

Shawn Rooke

Shawn Rooke, 27 year old born and raised in Toronto, Canada

He played ice hockey & worked up from playing house league at 11 years old to playing AAA hockey by 17. After minor hockey he played 3 years of junior hockey throughout Ontario to finish off his junior career. After junior hockey he was a student athlete studying Sports Management at Humber College, while playing on the ice hockey team for 3 years before he graduated in 2019. 

For the 2019-2020 season he was an Analytics Assistant/Analyst for the University of Toronto Men’s Ice Hockey Team before he flew out to Australia in February, 2020. From then covid shut down hockey in Australia until the 2022 season where he was an Assistant Coach, overseeing the defenceman with the Sydney Bears in the Australian Ice Hockey League (AIHL).  

“I have a strong passion in the development of ice hockey players through Long Term Athlete Development principles, which will be more beneficial for the players down the road”