Snowplow Sam Levels 1-4
-The Snowplow Sam levels are introductory classes divided into four progressive levels allowing children with no prior skating experience to build confidence while learning the basic skills of skating. These classes are designed to help children six and younger to develop the ABCs of movement - Agility, Balance, Coordination and Speed. The ABCs are essential for developing fundamental movement skills and physical literacy.
Basic Skills Levels 1-6
*Ages 6 and up
-Basic Skills teaches the fundamentals of ice skating and provides the best foundations for figure skating, hockey and speed skating. Six progressive levels introduce forward and backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers and turns. Upon completion of the Basic Skills 1-6 levels, skaters will be able to confidently advance to more specialized areas of skating.
Free Skate (Pre-FS & FS Levels 1-6)
*Must complete Basic Skills 1-6 first
-Each Free Skate level is comprised of a variety of progressive skating skills, transitions, spins and jumps - all of which build on the previous skill, providing skaters a strong foundation of all elements.
Adult Levels 1-6: Beginner to Advanced
-The Adult curriculum is designed for both beginning and experienced adult skaters who wish to improve their skating skills. Participation in the program will help promote physical fitness and improve balance and coordination while teaching proper skating techniques. This is an exciting program for people who look to skating as an enjoyable part of a fit and healthy lifestyle.
Hockey Levels 1-4
*Must complete Snowplow Sam Levels or Basic 1 first.
-The Hockey curriculum is designed to teach the fundamentals of hockey skating. In four badge levels, skaters will learn how to be more proficient and agile on the ice. Proper skating techniques for the game of hockey are the primary focus of the levels. All elements will be taught without a puck. Skaters will learn the basic hockey stance, stride, knee bend, use of edges and other necessary fundamentals to be successful in hockey practices and game situations.