USPTA Elite Professional Elliott Law has nearly 20 years of teaching experience and works with adults and juniors. He has trained at Nick Bollettieri's IMG Tennis Academy and is a certified Cardio Tennis instructor. He has 3 teaching locations in and around Downtown Los Angeles. He teaches individual and group lessons, tennis drill classes.
Elliott teaches all levels - beginner through advanced and tailors lessons to the individual student's needs. He excels in stroke analysis and improvement and imparts valuable knowledge about the mental game. Additionally, he uses video analysis to help students be more aware of their current strokes to, in turn, effect change via corrected repetition. A frequent seminar and conference participant, he regularly updates his knowledge of the latest training techniques and theories.
For over four years, Elliott has maintained a daily mindfulness meditation practice and will complete a 10 month mindfulness facilitator certification course in October 2016. Additionally, he is a mindfulness meditation practice group leader at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, in conjunction with the Mindful USC university initiative. Elliott offers specialized training to students in this area upon request.
A highly skilled player himself, Elliott is a frequent tournament player and has won both the Singles and Doubles LATA Club Championships - A Division. Also, he reached the semifinals of the open division singles at the Center Court Championships at Home Depot Center. He is a former top junior player in Southern California and was a USTA Team Tennis National Finalist.
Elliott served as on-set technical adviser for the Ghost Whisperer - Season 5, Episode 4 - opening scene featuring a tennis match. He also trained the actors for the scene prior to shooting.He also served as director of the Keck School of Medicine of USC charity tennis tournament for 5 years, in which time it secured numerous sponsorships and raised over $50,000. The event, which was covered in Inside Tennis magazine, was held at the historic Los Angeles Tennis Center and featured members of the USC Men's (4-time National Champions) and Women's Tennis teams.
Elliott obtained his Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering at the University of California, Santa Barbara.