Monday, February 27th, 2012
Sydneysider Luke Grana wants to change the way people learn.

With the quality of online videos improving all the time, he's launched Coachy where students can get lessons through live 1-on-1 videos.

Luke came up with the idea while looking for a longboard surfing coach and could only find coaches in the US.

"I got to thinking with all the current technology that exists, we should really be able to learn from anyone, anywhere in the world," he said.
"With Coachy you can do that from the comfort of your own home."

Coachy was launched just under a month ago, initially offering lessons in French and guitar, but with 100 coaches already signed-up it will be launching other lessons soon.

"We wanted to launch as early as we could to learn from students and coaches what they wanted from our service - so far the feedback has been great," he said.

With half-hour lessons costing $25/hour, the site has been a hit with students.

"There are a lot of video lessons out there on YouTube, but from the feedback we're getting people are loving that our lessons are live, catered to their needs and interactive. Better still it's also pretty convenient to be able to get all that without even leaving the house," he said.

People wanting to book a lesson should visit

Coachy Founder, Luke Grana 0466 375 500

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Coachy was launched late last year and is dedicated to opening up learning to everyone. Nothing beats 1-on-1 lessons when it comes to learning a new skill. Coachy brings this online with live 1-on-1 video lessons.
Luke Grana
P: 0466 375 500


coaching, video, online learning, french, guitar



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