Learning to Row

Learning to Row

Sadly these courses & Sessions are unavailable due to current Covid-19 Restrictions.  

However if you would like to register yourself to join one of these club groups or private courses once activities resume then please register your interest by emailing admin@teamkeane.com

There are 2 ways to ‘learn to Row’ with Team Keane.

You can either book a course of private sessions with one of our Coaches or you can become a member and join one of our Group ‘Learn to Row’ Courses delivered by our fully qualified, professional Coaches. 

Our join our ‘Learn to Row’ club group sessions run for 40 weeks each year and you can join at any time! Learn at your own pace and progress into our Development Group when you & our coaches feel you are ready!  

Each session lasts for 90mins.


There are 2 groups available in 2021 

Thursday Group 10-11:30

Saturday Group 10:30-12:00

Private course

With this course you are able to have the flexibility to choose the date a time of your sessions providing your selected coach is also available. Enabling you to learn at your own speed and the coach will tailor each session to meet your personal stages or development, guiding you towards becoming confident & competent in a single scull! 

In order to book please select one of our coaches below to view their availability, activate your membership and then confirm order to participate in a 10 session ‘Learn to Scull Course’. 

What will you learn

Coached by our team of qualified coaches you will be taken through a basic technical syllabus teaching you the fundamental principles of sculling over one 90 minute session per week.

What you will need to get started

To download our FAQ sheet please click on the button below

“I started rowing at Team Keane on October 2015. December 2016 I did the Scullers Head. This would have been impossible at any other river club. Thank you Paul & Miranda and all the crew!.”

looking for further information?

Please contact us by email admin@teamkeane.com

How to hold the oar handle and the position of the Handles whilst Sculling.