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Skating Development Classes

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Monday

development

Progression, confidence, fun

Best class to start with. After a whole class warm up, skaters are grouped according to their ability and work with a coach on their foundation skills.

Mondays 5:00pm - 5:50pm 

School term block

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Free Skate development

Artistry, technique, precision

This class is ideal for skaters of all levels who are already working on a free skate programme, or are planning to. You work in small groups with a coach focusing on preparing for spins and simple jumps

Fridays 4:00pm - 4:50pm

School term block

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Stroking development

Control, flow, tenacity

The class partners well with Monday Development and works for skaters seeking to develop precision with their skating edges. For all abilities.

Fridays 5:00pm - 5:50pm

School term block

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Coming soon...

Planned for term 4

Ice skating

Short track speed

 development

Control, speed, pace

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DISC

open ice

Training, goals, coaching

Short track development is the class to hone your ice speed skating skills to compete in short track meets and championships. You learn to race individually and in relay teams.

Saturdays 8:30am - 9:30am

School term block

Watch this space for details!

Time to train independently or arrange a private lesson with a DISC-affiliated coach.

Mon-Tues-Thurs-Fri 6am - 8:30am

Weds 7am - 8:30am

Sat 6am - 8:20am

Full open ice $480

Three fixed days $360

Two fixed days $290

One fixed day $180

Member's drop-in (1 session) $20

DISC classes are about participation in ice sports, having fun, and becoming more skilled in your skating foundations, techniques and ice awareness.

 

Skaters are required to have DISC membership. Classes are led by NZIFSA-qualified coaches, or experienced coaches affiliated to ISSNZ who also compete themselves.

Development classes are currently charged at a rate of $14 per class by the number of weeks in each block. The number of classes in each block generally ranges from 8-10, depending on what other events are happening at the ice stadium.

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