Specialty Classes - Figure Skating

The following series of outstanding programs have been designed for the beginning recreational skater to the highly competitive figure skater under the auspices of U.S. Figure Skating and the Ice Sport's Industry (ISI).

2019 Summer Training Program

The following Summer Training Program classes and sessions are $7.00 with a Freestyle Card or $9.50 drop in. Ice Dancing Class is $40 for a 4 week series

Adult Coffee Club – Tuesday

The Adult Skating & Fitness Summer Series is a great way to stay active and beat the heat! Classes begin with an off-ice boot camp. After you work up a sweat, lace up your skates and head to the ice for on-ice instruction.

  • 7:30-8:00 Adult Off Ice Warm up          All Levels 
  • 8:15-8:45 Adult Edge Class                 Freestyle 1 & above
  • 8:45-9:15 Adult Jump & Spin Class     Freestyle 1 & above

Glide with Glenjamin- Thursday 

This class gets to the core of what skating is! It’s the organic flow of edges and how they can take you effortlessly across the ice.  The class includes deep edges and turns and figure skating moves.  The athletes in the class will work toward being in precision with each other while doing edge moves. All has to look effortless. When you see skating that is so smooth it seems to float, then you can be sure this is the foundation that lies underneath. This is what judges love to see and what they mean when referring to “the quality of the edge”. 

  • 12:45-1:45 pm June 27, July 11    Inter/High Level

Ice Dancing- Saturday 10:00-10:30 am  

Dance 1-3 will teach the basics of Ice Dancing with emphasis on edge control, posture, timing, and pattern control. Learn progressives, chasse’s & swing rolls. Dances to include Dutch Waltz, Canasta Tango and Rhythm Blues.

Dance 4 & 5 will continue working on the basics of Ice Dancing. Dances to include Swing Dance, Cha Cha, Fiesta Tango, Hickory Hoedown, Willow Waltz and Ten Fox.     Register at the Control Room - $40 -4 wks each

  • Dance 1, 2 & 3    June 29-July 20     Level FS 1 & above
  • Dance 4 & 5     July 27-Aug 17          Must have taken Dance 1-3

Jump Drills – Tuesday

Class offers competitive skaters the opportunity to focus on jump techniques in a group setting.  It includes but is not limited to all four phases of jumps – preparation, take-off, air position and landing. Drills will help commit the learned skill to muscle memory and the ability to retrieve this memory at will.  Muscle memory refers to the ability to perform a skill without any conscious effort. 

  • 1:45-2:30 pm     July 30-Aug. 20

Mix It Up – Friday

The ever-changing class. A new class each week to keep things fun and exciting. From “show tricks” to spirals…Performance to dance!  This diverse class will keep students engaged all while learning new skills a little outside the box.  Levels Freestyle 4 thru Intermediate

  • 3:00-3:30 pm    (no class on July 19)

Power Skating

A 30-minute conditioning class of edges, power drills, turns, footwork combinations with a greater emphasis on the development of power and quality of movement. Class is taught on full ice set to music and is a continuous 30-minute aerobic workout on ice. This class is designed to add power, strength and speed to your skating along with improving cardiovascular endurance.  No Power the week of July 15-19

  • Pre-Power Levels FS 1-5        Tuesday     5:45-6:15 pm
  • Intermediate NonTest-PreJuv  Friday         3:45-4:15 pm
  •  Advanced Juvenile-Senior      Thursday    3:30-4:00 pm     

Levels are bases on highest MITF passed.  

Spin Class – Tuesday 

Spin class will have strong emphasis on all Basic Spin Positions – upright, sit, camel along with IJS spin features and criteria for achieving these levels of difficulty to increase not only the value of your spins, but the quality of all spins.  It includes but is not limited to all phases including, preparation, centering, position and exit of all spins and flying spins. 

  • 1:45-2:30 pm    June 25-July 9, 23

Spiral & Style Class – Thursday

Make your spirals sparkle and shine.  Class will focus on basic to advanced spirals, variations and extension.  Technique, turn out, flexibility and sustaining positions.  

  • 5:00-5:30 pm    June 27, July 11, 25

Theater On Ice – Thursday 

Combine the grace of figure skating with the excitement of theater and dance. Skaters will explore a wide range of musical styles and ideas, with an emphasis on the dramatic and show business side of skating.  Focus is on musical interpretation, character development, working with props and show skating moves. 

  • 5:00-5:30 pm    August 1-22


ISI Practice Sessions

Practice sessions are available to all ISI participants in the Learn-To-Skate program with Skating Director’s approval. Cost is $9.50/drop-in session. Skate rental is not included. Cost is $80 for 8 weeks.


    • Saturday, 7:45-8:45 AM
    • Saturday, 8:45-9:45 AM

Freestyle & Dance Session Fees

Freestyle (45-60 minutes) $9.50 /session 
Dance$10.00 /session