LEARN TO SKATE

CLASS SCHEDULE:

There is something for everyone in our Learn to Skate group class program.  Ice in Paradise has figure skating and hockey classes from beginner to advanced levels, for tot skaters (ages three to five), youth skaters (ages six to 13 years), and teen and adult skaters of all ages. 

Classes are 30 min long and skaters will work to learn a set of skills over the 8 week course.  On week 5 of the classes, skaters will receive a progress report assessing their skills.  Not all skills are expected to be achieved during one 8 week course and if you would like additional help with the skills, please inquire with your group lesson coach about private lessons.

 

This is a fantastic way for kids AND adults to learn how to sharpen their skating skills in a really comfortable and supportive environment.

 

**Ice in Paradise Learn to Skate reserves the right to combine levels if enrollment allows**

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Not sure which class to take? Check them all out here!

CLASS SCHEDULE

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WHAT TO EXPECT

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CLASS SCHEDULE

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Tots
These levels are specifically designed for beginning skaters age 6 and under. Test maneuvers are broken down into smaller parts so they can be easily learned and mastered. Fun – along with easy success and accomplishments – are the keys to any Tot level class (Tots, Lil Folk).

Pre-Alpha – Delta
These beginning levels are for skaters of all ages. Step-by-step progression of skills makes learning fun, and fast! Once the skater begins to build on the basics, the sky is the limit! It’s important to master these skating “basics” before moving on to higher levels of achievement (Pre-Alpha, Pre-Alpha 2, Pre-Alpha 3, Adult/Teen, Hockey, Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta).

 

Freestyle, Academy, and Adult/Teen 2
Now it’s time to fly high! Beginning with half-rotation jumps and basic spins, your skating skill level will improve at every step (Freestyle 1, Freestyle 2, Academy, Adult/Teen 2).

Stroking
Stroking class is a supplemental class to group lesson for all ages and skill levels.

If skaters choose to participate in Stroking Class, they will be divided into an intermediate and advanced group according to their level. The class will run for 15 minutes and will be instructed by one or more instructors. Skaters will work on the improvement and practice of basic skating skills through fun games and sometimes exciting movements to music. 

Practice Open Skate

This Practice time is available for all registered skaters in Learn to Skate on the day of their Group Lesson. The skaters will have 30 minutes to practice their skills that they have learned and play with their new friends. This time will be monitored by Instructors but will not have organized instruction. Skaters are free to mingle and practice with newly made friends or receive extra help by having a Private Lesson (not included in Learn to Skate pricing) by one of our Coaches. Also, family members can join their registered skater(s) for $5 per person during this time. 

 
 
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WHAT TO EXPECT

 

HOW TO DRESS FOR LEARN TO SKATE

Ice is cold!! BRRRRR , be sure to wear long warm pants, gloves (are better than mittens), jackets, and a hat. If you have long hair, be sure to pull it back so you can see!

COVID PROTOCOLS

  1. If you will require a helmet to skate, please bring your own as we are not providing ANY articles of clothing or equipment due to Covid (aside from skate rentals).

  2. Please be sure to wear a mask properly at ALL times while in the facility. If you fail to do so, you will be asked to leave. 

  3. Please bring a water bottle with you when you come to skate as it is a difficult physical activity and is important to hydrate. There won't be any water fountains available except to refill water bottles. 

  4. Only two parents allowed per skater in the building at this point in time.

  5.  Parents are asked to observe their skaters lesson AWAY from ALL exits and entrances to the rink(s) AND the actual ice surface. This is not only a Covid precaution but also a fire safety issue. There is a fantastic viewing area with bleachers upstairs. 

  6. Skates are ONLY allowed in the immediate lobby and on the ice surface. Skaters are not permitted to enter the parking lot or upstairs with rental skates.