Skating Academy follows the curriculum of Learn To Skate USA with a commitment to the best quality programming and coaching in New England.
Providing a fun and safe skating experience for skaters of all ages and abilities, with programming endorsed by U.S. Figure Skating and USA Hockey, Skating Academy teaches correct skating technique while promoting physical fitness.
If your goal is to skate recreationally or advance to the competitive worlds of figure skating and hockey, Skating Academy has the right class for you.
This is where it all begins! New skaters as young as 4 years old begin their lessons off the ice learning how to tie their skates, falling down, standing up, and marching in place. They then move onto the ice to put their new skills into practice.
Fun, goal-oriented program for beginners, children (age 4+) through adult. Skaters will receive Basic Skills instruction following Learn to Skate USA curriculum which is endorsed by U.S. Figure Skating and USA Hockey. Basic Skills sessions offered: Basic Skills 1-6, Pre-Free Skate through Free Skate 6, Hockey 1-4, and Adult 1-6.
Basic Skills 7-8 have been combined into Pre-Free Skate.
Taking Basic Skills to the next level! Free Skate increases skaters’ skills and ability, introducing more advanced edges, jumps and spins. Sessions offered: Pre-Free Skate, and Free Skate 1-6.
Fast paced, accelerated program, focusing on proper stretching techniques, warm up and cool down both on and off the ice, stroking, edges and power skating, introductory moves in the field, spins, jumps, and Artistry in Motion (beginning choreography and style).
Students are evaluated and tested based on Learn To Skate USA’s Basic Skills curriculum. Skaters must have passed at least Basic 4 and up to Pre-Free Skate to register for this program.
Designed to teach the fundamentals of hockey style skating to be more proficient and agile on the ice. Proper skating techniques are the primary focus. This program is offered at select Campuses. Please contact the Skating Academy office for more information by calling 617-787-5283.