The Washington DC table tennis academy is dedicated to using table tennis as a means to improve our community as a whole from young to old. Our youth programs are created to help at risk and underprivileged children develop in a sport that is low risk and high reward.
Our senior and neurodivergence programs are designed to help assist our seniors live longer and healthy lives by actively fighting cognitive decline. We aim to improve the lives of those living with neurological conditions and help individuals achieve better brain health at any age.
We offer table tennis training in after school and summer camp settings for at risk and underprivileged youth. I do children are guided step by step by professional coaches who assist them in learning techniques and skills to have fun and compete in table tennis.
We also provide table tennis therapy for people with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, Alzheimer’s, and all other sorts of neuro divergence. Our programs are after school, summer camp, seniors and Neurodivergence
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Khaleel Asgarali started playing table tennis at 7 years old. His father was a former national team member from Trinidad and Tobago and was Khaleel’s first coach. Moving to the top of the junior ranks in the USA, Khaleel returned to his home country of Trinidad and Tobago to win both junior and men singles national championship titles in 2003 and 2005. He has played professionally in leagues in England, Sweden and Germany and trained all over the world. He is still currently a professional player in the German League and a professional coach in the capital area.