Welcome to Play Padel, the Padel Perth Reabold courts in Floreat!
So, after a few years of teamwork and laughter behind the scenes, in February 2020 our passion turned into the first padel club in WA, with 3 outdoor courts for you to enjoy.
Come meet us anytime and don’t miss out on the fun! Let’s spread the padel love together!
Co-founder of Play Padel Pty Ltd & Be Alive Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist | Osteopath | Myofascial Release Therapist
I’ve always been fascinated by the ways our body shows pain and discomfort, and by the intrinsic connection between our nervous system and our emotions. That’s why I became a physiotherapist and a myofascial therapy practitioner.
Today, helping my clients feel better is the most amazing reward. Your wellbeing, both physical and emotional, is the number one priority at my family practice Be Alive Physiotherapy. I will listen, assess your condition and design a personal plan to help you achieve your goals. And I will walk you through the way, to keep you motivated and comfortable at all times. Let’s do it, let’s start a journey to a better health now!
Padel is a racquet sport that combines features of both tennis and squash. Two pairs play against each other in a small court with high walls. Since its invention in Mexico in 1969, it has rapidly become the fastest growing sport in Europe and the rest of the world.
Easy to play
• Get the grasp of the game in twenty minutes.
• Just a court, four racquets and a ball
• Padel is played in an enclosed court (10 x 20 m), which is about half of the size of a tennis court, with a wire mesh on the sides and glass walls at the end.
• Padel racquets are made of carbon and fibreglass and are easy to handle.
• Balls have slightly less pressure than the ones used in tennis and look very similar.
Long rallies with four players make the game enjoyable and dynamic.
Improve endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and coordination. Release stress. Increase focus.
Connect with an amazing community of players with similar interests.
Suits all ages and different types of disabilities.
Endorse fair play
Respect your opponents. Build up your resilience. Laugh in a teamwork environment.
Padel is played in doubles. The scoring is the same as in tennis but serve is underarm. You can play off the walls, always after the ball has first bounced on court. The rules are regulated by the International Padel Federation (FIP).