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LEARN TO SKATE

Parent/Tot (Ages 2-4)

All Learn to Skate sessions run for 1 hour with 30 minutes of instruction and 30 minutes of open, unguided practice in a sectioned off area. Sessions run for 6 weeks total. Parents are welcome to join their kids on the ice for practice time. A class schedule will be sent out before the session begins detailing which 30-minute half your lesson is on. Depending on registration, some classes may be split in half or combined. Registration fee includes rental skates and 6 weeks of lessons. Helmets are encouraged. Before you register, please look at the levels and ages to see which is the best fit. 

Members: $80
Non-Members: $120

Please Note: Due to limited ice time, we do not offer makeup classes for missed days. 

Learn to Skate USA

The Y is associated with the Learn to Skate USA movement to make our skating programs more consistent and cohesive for all ages and levels. Learn to Skate USA provides a fun and positive experience for all skaters, inspiring a lifelong love of skating. With Learn to Skate USA, the Y will teach children and adults the fundamentals of ice skating while building confidence and providing a progressive curriculum that ensures success from the first steps on the ice to mastery of advanced skills. With this affiliation, we promote the health and fitness benefits of ice skating and equip each participant with the foundation necessary to reach their goal — be it recreation or competitive in nature. 

Parent/Tot (Ages 2-4)

The Parent/Tot classes are introductory classes allowing children with no prior skating experience to build confidence while learning the basics with a parent or adult friend accompanying the skater on the ice. These classes are designed to help children four and younger develop fundamental movement skills and physical literacy. Adults must be able to skate.

LEARN TO SKATE LEVELS

Snowplow Sam 1

  1. Sit and stand up with skates on – off-ice
  2. Sit and stand up – on-ice
  3. March in place
  4. March forward (8-10 steps)
  5. March, then glide on two feet
  6. Dip in place

Snowplow Sam 2

  1. March followed by a long glide
  2. Dip while moving
  3. Backward walking, toes turned inward, shifting weight (4-6 steps)
  4. Backward wiggles (6 in a row)
  5. Forward swizzles (2-3 in a row)
  6. Beginning snowplow stop motion – in place or holding onto barrier
  7. Two-foot hop, in place (optional)

If you do not see registration available below, we are either in the middle of a session, or registration for the session is currently full. Registration will be open every 6 weeks. If you have questions please email Learn to Skate.








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