STARSkate

Pre-Bronze

This program is an introduction to figure skating for those who have completed the CanSkate program.

While most of the Pre-Bronze program instruction occurs on the ice, skaters now begin off-ice training on Thursdays.

Strong basic skills are enhanced with additional instruction on spins and jumps.
Skaters will be on the ice twice a week with each class fully coached. Since this program is fully coached, private lessons are not available.

The Georgina Skating Club teaches the following disciplines in a group format:

– Freeskate – single jumps, basic spins and field movesEdge & Turn – basic skating skills, edge control, form and balance
Stroking – developing power, speed, agility and form.

Bronze

This program is for skaters demonstrating strong basic skating skills. These skaters are now ready to begin working in the categories of Skate Canada’s STAR 1-5 Program.

Our Bronze program takes place over 3 days per week with group instruction on Mondays and a fully coached session on Saturdays. In addition, since off-ice training is such an important part of a skater’s training, we are pleased to include this in our Bronze program.

At this level, skaters also have the option of adding extra training (through open sessions or other programming) should they wish to do so. Private or semi-private lessons are recommended for this level.

Silver

This program is for skaters working in Skate Canada’s STAR 1-5 Program.

Our Silver program takes place over 4 days per week with fully coached Saturdays and off-ice training one day a week. Since off-ice training is such an integral part of skating, there is also the option of additional training (through off-ice jump or our new Daytime program) should skaters wish to include these programs.

Skaters may also wish to take advantage of our other specialty programming to further complement their skating abilities.

Gold

This program is for skaters working in Skate Canada’s STAR 1-5 Program.

Our Gold program takes place over 4 days per week with fully coached Saturdays and off-ice training one day a week. Since off-ice training is such an integral part of skating, there is also the option of additional training (through off-ice jump or our new Daytime program) should skaters wish to include these programs.

Skaters may also wish to take advantage of our other specialty programming to further complement their skating abilities.


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