At our club, we utilize a team coaching model. This means that all skaters and coaches work closely with one another. This club concept creates an environment for all skaters to feel supported by everyone in their club. We pride ourselves in being a fun, supportive, and healthy skating club.
Parents are responsible for paying for ice fees, registration fees, and coaching fees. Coaching fees are charged in increments of time - generally 15/20/ or 30 minute lessons - which can be group or private. Group lesson costs are split amongst however many skaters are in the group. Private lessons are billed to the individual skater. Coaching rates differ as they are based on the individual coaches experience as a past skater, experience and years teaching, and coaching level (education) they have obtained with Skate Canada. Rates range between $7.00 - $15.00 for a 15 minute lesson. The amount/cost of lesson time desired is discussed with our skating director. Once registered, please contact Eduard Lyutin (at email@example.com) with your details for the amount of lesson time you desire for your skater or to discuss a plan for them.
We accept students who would like to skate with our club that have done municipal or school skating, skaters transferring from another club, and new skaters that would like to join our club. Skaters will be assessed on ice by one of our coaches to help find the right program for each skater. Please contact us to set up an assessment at firstname.lastname@example.org. The fee for an assessment is $25. Please bring this fee when you come to the arena for your assessment.
Runners – proper gym shoes for off-ice training.
Water bottle – a must
Skipping Rope - for off-ice training
Figure skates – new or good quality used, skate guards and towel for drying blades.
Skates can be purchased at:
* Skaters Edge - Unit 10-145 Schoolhouse St. Coquitlam V3K 4X8; 604-521-5550
* Cyclone Taylor Sports – 1005 West 49th Avenue, Vancouver V6M 2P6; 604-264-9261
Figure skating attire
Girls: skating dress and tights or training pants, gloves, and sweater. Layered clothing is necessary as skaters warm up during the session. Hair is to be neatly tied. No hoodies or long bulky ski jackets.
Boys: stretch pants, fitted shirt/sweater, gloves. Layered clothing is necessary as skaters warm up during the session. No hoodies or long bulky ski jackets.