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Build your game

on a Rock Solid

foundation!!

Newfoundland's

premiere goaltender

development program!!

RSG Staff

Our Team

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Chief Executive Officer

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Marketing Director

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Peter White is a Goaltending Coach/Consultant in St. John’s, Newfoundland…. He served as the Goaltending Coach for the St. John’s Fog Devils of the QMJHL from 2005 until the team was sold and moved to Montreal in 2008. As Regional Manager for the GDI Goaltending Programs throughout Atlantic Canada, Peter has been conducting elite level goaltender programs and camps for the past 6 years and also works as a goaltending consultant for 5 HNL minor hockey associations.He has been a goalie coach/consultant for eleven years and previously had been the Goaltending Coach/Assistant Coach for the prestigious St. John’s AAA Midget Maple Leafs (now St John’s Privateers Major Midget) from 1999 to 2005. Peter was the Goaltending Coach for Team Atlantic at the 2009 World U17 Challenge. He has served as the Goaltending Consultant for Hockey Newfoundland and Labradors’ Program of Excellence teams from 2000-2004 and 2007-2009. Peter coaches and/or has coached a number of goaltenders that have moved on to junior ‘A’, major junior, college and minor pro hockey as well as 3 who are NHL drafted (Dan Lacosta, Timo Pielmeier and Jake Allen) Peter also coaches many female goaltenders most notably Ayla Frank who has recently been invited to the Hockey Canada’s National Female U18 Conditioning camp. Ayla is the first Newfoundland female goalie to achieve this level and the only goaltender form Atlantic Canada invited to this camp. He is currently completing his NCCP High Performance 1 coaching certification through Hockey Canada. His playing experience includes participation on many provincial minor hockey championship teams and appearances at the Air Canada Cup (national midget championship) and Colonel Sanders Cup (national juvenile championship….bronze medal). Peter also played 15 years in the Nfld senior hockey circuit, winning 3 Herder Memorial Trophies. He has been the starting goalie for two Canadian Ball hockey national championship teams. Born in St. John’s, Newfoundland…Birthdate April 17, 1963…Resides in St. John’s, Newfoundland with his wife Anne and two children, Kathleen and Julia.

Laura-Beth (aka LB) first discovered yoga in 2005. After a few years of casual yoga practice, she began to notice changes in her physical body and general well-being. After suffering from a prolonged back injury from a car accident in 2001 she finally found freedom from pain through a consistent yoga routine. Due to this injury she has a sympathetic touch for those experiencing pain and is dedicated to help try and relieve anyone from stress held in the body that is holding them back from fully living.

In 2008 LB traveled to Thailand for a week long yoga retreat in effort to deepen her yoga practice. This trip sparked a desire to learn more about meditation and the philosophy of yoga. In the Fall of 2009 she found herself enrolled in a yoga teacher training program downtown St. John's, at the Lotus Cantre (www.thelotuscentre.ca). Since starting the program, her yogic studies have leaked out off the mat and into all aspects of her life. She feels that this is a truly transformational journey that has only just begun. Currently, she is continuing her education at the Lotus Centre and is enrolled in the YES (Yoga Enlightenment Studies) Program. As well, she is preparing for a trip to India in the Spring of 2011. While on this juorney LB plans to complete an advanced yoga studies program.

Laura-Beth loves teaching people of all ages, backgrounds, and levels. During her personal practice she has begun to combine her love for dance with her love for yoga and is working towards offering a dance yoga class.  

Pre-Camp Injury/Illness Insurance Program

Due to our limited enrolment and very low coach/athlete ratios, RSG does not refund deposited moneys except in the case of an injury or illness where the registrant has puchased camp insurance. If you would like to secure your deposited funds and mitigate the risk of losing these funds please insure your camp. Through RSG Camp Insurance Program you have the opportunity, at the time of registration, to insure your deposited funds. This is an optional program. However, it will help mitigate the risk associated with missing a camp due to injury or illness. To register for this program, it must be purchased concurrently with your initial registration. RSG will add $50.00 to the camp registration fee. Please see additional information below.

However, to be fair to participants and our financial viability, we have instituted a refund cut-off of May 1st. Any requests for refunds will be denied after this date. We believe that we have put together the premier goaltender-development experience. This has been achieved, in part, through the integrity of our structure and programming. We would ask that you do not register if you are not in agreement with this refund policy.

At-Camp Injuries and Illness

RSG does not provide refunds or credits for lost participation due to injury at camp. Athletes attending are expected to be in superior, athletic condition in order to mitigate this risk. Insured registrations do not apply to at-camp injuries.RSG camp structure is renowned for its limited group size. Most other camps accept as many registrations as possible. They want to maximize their revenue. At RSG, we have a different approach. Our approach is to provide attending athletes with one of the most significant development experiences of their lives. To do this, we must have great integrity in the structure of our camp. Each program has a fixed registration number and coach/athlete ratio. Each year we place many prospective registrants onto wait lists due to the demand for our programs. Since we turn potential registrants away, to preserve the camp structure and ratios, we have no method of recovering lost revenue due to cancellations.

RSG Camp Insurance Program

If you would like to insure your camp to reduce the risk of forfeiting your camp fees, due to injury or illness, you may do so by adding a $50.00 to the cost of your camp registration. You may submit a claim, to RSG Inc, for a refund of your registration amount (not including the insurance cost and an administration fee of 5% of camp cost)

Registration for this program must be concurrent with your original registration.

For individuals that have opted for the RSG Camp Refund Program, you can make a claim using the following simple steps:

How to request a RSG Camp Refund Claim Form at the time of cancellation

Complete and submit this claim form with

  1. a letter from the attending physician and
  2. Proof your registration the RSG Camp Refund Program

After reviewing the claim form and letter from the attending physician, RSG Inc will determine the validity of such claim (please ensure that your attending physicians’ letter is done on their office letterhead)

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