Beginner Levels (ages 3 and up): This program is designed for children who skate with assistance or can not getup after falling. Whether children are skating for the first time, have minimal experience, or just wish to advance their current skating skills, this program is a fun and exciting opportunity. The participants will begin with basic skills and advance as much as possible. Games and toys will be used to motivate skaters. The classes are instructed by experienced and caring instructors. For the first few weeks, children may not skate for the whole 45 minutes, time on ice will be determined based on skill development at the discretion of the head instructor. The minimum class time is 25 minutes. Children in these classes should be comfortable doing activities without their parent/caregiver.
Intermediate Levels (all ages): To take part in this program skaters must be able to stop and skate backwards, with little or no difficulty. Skills taught are designed to challenge skaters who may be interested in hockey, figure skating or in improving as a recreational skater. Skaters who aspire to more advanced levels will find this program challenging and stimulating.
Adult Skating Levels (18 and older): No previous skating experience is necessary to enroll in this program. A CSA approved Hockey helmet is required.