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Archery is proven to improve health and well-being. It builds

confidence and self esteem, increases focus and patience,

and reduces stress.

It’s also a fun and accessible sport, available to all ages,

and all levels of physical fitness and ability.




Lana Perry: Archery Coach and Instructor

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Arrows In Motion offers private lessons, group lessons,

and even birthday parties. Lessons are offered in Compound, Recurve,

or Longbow styles. Our range boasts up to a full 20 yard distance,

and lanes for up to 12 archers. 

--->6 Week Group Lesson sets, 45 minutes/week are $120 per person

(max 10-12 students depending on class)

Classes for Beginner, Intermediate, Ladies Only,

Teens 11+, Competitive, and sometimes mixed

--->60 Minute Private Lessons are $150 up to 5 students,

plus $20 for additional students

(i.e. a group of 10 students is $250/60min)

--->90 Minute Private Group Lesson are $250 up to 5 students,

plus $20 for additional students (i.e. 10 students is $350/90min

and your child are in good hands.

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Lana and Jacob are trained under the National Coaching Certification Program. For two decades, they've introduced thousands to the joy of archery. They also get regular Vulnerable Sector police background checks, so you can be confident that you

and your child are in good hands.

Lana shot for Team Canada at the World 3D Championships (3 times!) and captured an Ontario record. Jacob tries to keep up.

We've also completed training modules including:

  • Coaching Athletes with a Disability

  • Physical Literacy for Women 55-70+

  • Basic Mental Skills

  • Coaching and Leading Effectively

  • Prevention of Injury and Recovery

  • Making Ethical Decisions

  • Nutrition

  • Fundamental Movement Skills

  • Coach Initiation in Sport

  • Concussion Training - Making Headway in Sport

  • Managing Conflict

  • Leading Drug Free Sport

  • Resistance Training

  • Safe Sport Training

  • The Rule of Two

  • Asthma Management in Sports

When we're not at the range, we love spoiling our dog, hiking with our son, playing music, training in martial arts, and occasionally sleeping.

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Q & A

What do I need to bring? If you have your own archery equipment, bring that. Glasses, if you wear them. Otherwise, we will figure out your dominant eye for aiming and fit a bow to you. We'll also supply arrows, a shooting glove or trigger release, and an armguard for safety.

What should I wear? Comfortable clothing and shoes. Hoodie strings, scarves, and extremely dangly sleeves should be avoided but you'll be wearing an armguard so regular long sleeves are fine. The majority of sessions are indoors, so rainwear is not needed.

When should I arrive? Ten minutes before the beginning of class is great! Then we can begin shooting right on time.

How many other archers will be there? Up to 10, with rare exceptions.

Will I be able to watch my child's class? Yep! There are seats at the back of the range. We ask that you keep conversations down to library volume. There is also ample seating upstairs in the meeting room.

Can I learn to shoot a traditional recurve, or a modern compound bow? Absolutely. We keep all equipment categories in the same class and address the differences as we go.

What can I do with all my archery skills? You can hunt, of course, or join us at shoots and tournaments for fun or competition. Our students compete locally and at provincial championships, travel to national competitions, and more! High-school-aged archers can train to for the OHSAIT shoot (OFFSA equivalent). Club members also shoot in-house leagues.

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Most of our lessons take place at:

The Algoma Rod & Gun Club

226 Connor Road

(Just north of Hiawatha/Kinsmen Park)

Certain workshops are held at:

Sault North Archery Club

525 Landslide Road

(Just south of Hiawatha/Kinsmen Park)

We can also bring our range & equipment to your special event!

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A short video from the Bridges competition:

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