As we head into our final classes of the season, it’s important to make plans to keep your skills sharp with practice!
Statistics show that skaters enrolled in group classes make more progress in a shorter period of time if they are skating more than once or twice a week; therefore, it’s important for beginning skaters of all ages to supplement their group lessons with independent practice sessions during a public skating session.
Consistent, regular practice will help with motor skill development and will convert short-term muscle memory into automatic muscle and nerve responses that are essential to all ice skating sports.
Time on the ice is also very valuable to maintain and gain skills. If you are looking for practice time over the spring/summer break – please let us know! We can provide you with some options at other area rinks that offer summer Learn-To-Skate programs.