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Lori Reich

USPTA Professionals must be at least 18 years old, pass the on-court and written portions of the exam, and complete Stage 1 and 2 of Coach Youth Tennis. They should be able to organize and implement most tennis programs, assist with and develop competitive players, and assist with and/or direct pro shop management and facility maintenance. Depending on the person’s experience, a USPTA Professional’s job description may range from assistant pro to head tennis professional. USPTA Professionals are required to earn 6 credits every three years to maintain their membership.


Dr. Lori Reich


  • Ed.D. Educational Leadership California State University, Long Beach - 2012
  • M.A. Kinesiology, Option: Adapted Physical Education, California State University, Long Beach - 2007
  • Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Courses (15 Units; 4.0 GPA), California State University, Long Beach- 2003
  • B.A. Psychology, University of California Irvine - 1981
  • Personal Trainer/Fitness Specialist Certificate, Orange Coast College, CA - 2008

Services Offered

  • Private and Group Tennis Lessons for Children and Adults
  • Wheelchair Tennis
  • Adapted Tennis for Individuals with Disabilities
  • Fitness Conditioning and Strength Training
  • Sport Psychology Consultant & Psychological Skills Trainer
  • Cross Training:  USBC Bowling Coach; Red Cross Certified WSI Swim Instructor and Lifeguard; Triathlon and Racquetball Instructor
  • Camps
  • Clinics

     I specialize in teaching USPTA private and group tennis lessons that are adapted to enable all individuals to participate in tennis, including those any disabilities.


     At California State University Long Beach I teach beginning, intermediate, and advanced tennis courses.  I also teach Introduction to Adapted Physical Education and Techniques of Tennis (teacher education courses); and bowling and racquetball (activity courses).


     I am also a United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Bronze Level Bowling Coach.


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