Our Learn to Roller Skate program has been strategically designed to teach aspiring roller skaters the basics of roller skating through group classes.
The foundation of our LTRS curriculum derives from the Roller Skating Associations Learn to Roller Skate Program.
Terms & Conditions
Every new student is permitted one free trial class to determine if they would like to enroll in our Learn to Roller Skate program. This is a single use offer available to patrons ages four and up to encourage patrons to try the program.
We offer two enrollment options for new students: Initial Enrollment OR Ultimate Enrollment. Any student who has completed their free trial may enroll in our program by choosing one of the two enrollment packages.
Our LTRS Initial Enrollment package includes eight classes, an eight week season pass, and covers any and all registration fees for a new student.
Our LTRS Ultimate Enrollment package includes eight classes, an eight week season pass, covers any and all registration fees for a new student, and a pair of skates for the student.
If a patron originally chooses our Initial Enrollment package but later decides they would like to upgrade to the Ultimate Enrollment package, they may do so as long as they pay the remaining difference, plus tax. This transaction must be completed during our program scheduled time, outside of public session skating times.
Students who have completed eight classes are eligible to re-enroll in our LTRS program for $150+tax. Re-enrollment includes another eight classes and eight week season pass.
Re-Enrollment allows students to continue in the program at their own pace to complete all five levels to graduate LTRS.
With every enrollment package, we include an eight week season pass for the participating student. This season pass may be used to attend our public sessions with the exclusion of our Soul Night: Adult Night.
View our online calendar, for more information regarding our public skating hours:
Any student who has completed their free trial must purchase one of our Learn to Roller Skate packages before attending their next class. Payment may be accepted via cash, credit/debit card (American Express, Discover, MasterCard or Visa) or check.
Partial refunds may be applicable to skaters who choose to no longer participate, have faced an injury, or are moving away. Students may not be refunded the full amount of their enrollment, but only the amount of their enrollment covering any classes not yet attended.
Student’s punctuality in class is important to ensure students are receiving the best possible instruction to understand and learn the basics of roller skating. Students must arrive and have their skates on within the first five minutes of their class time in order to participate. The student’s tardiness also causes a disruption to the rest of the class, as a coach will have to review or make last minute adjustments to the instruction being covered.
Any absence of a student is not recorded against them for either enrollment package. However, in the event that a student has been absent from the program for longer than 90 days, they must re-enroll in the program in order to continue. In the event that a student has an injury, they may speak with their coach and director of the program to pause their current enrollment, making them exempt from re-enrolling.
Our LTRS classes are 30 minutes long each, and are immediately followed by a 30 minute practice time, we refer to as “Free Skate.” During class time, students are broken up into our five different class levels based upon their skill sets and assessments. During Free Skate, students may practice any skills taught in class, play roller skating games, or ask coaches for further assistance in progressing their skills.
Our Safety class is designed to ensure each new skater knows how to safely get up after a fall, build muscle strength to pick up their feet, and balance on skates. Safety class takes place from 6pm-6:30pm on Monday evenings. The skills covered in our Safety class include:
- Falling Down & Getting Up
- March in Place
- March & Coast
- Forward Steps with Roll
- 2 Foot Squats
- Toe Stands
Our Beginner 1 class is coached to student’s who have adequately scored to pass our Safety class and teaches student’s to confidently move while skating while performing different skills. Beginner 1 class takes place from 6pm-6:30pm on Monday evenings. The skills covered in our Beginner 1 class include:
- Scooter Pushes (Left & Right)
- Plow Stops
- Forward Slalom
- 1/2 Watermelon Circles
- Forward Stroll
Our Beginner 2 class has been created to continue to build the foundation of roller skating to students, while learning new techniques to improve on. Beginner 2 class takes place from 6pm-6:30pm on Monday evenings. The skills covered in our Beginner 2 class include:
- Forward Crossover
- One Foot Glide (Left & Right)
- Backward Watermelon
- Backward Toe Stop
- Transition Standing
- Carve Edges
Intermediate class takes place from 6:30pm-7pm on Monday evenings. The skills covered in our Intermediate class include:
- Moving Transitions
- T Stop
- Backwards Crossovers
- Forward One Foot Edges
- Backward Plow Stops
- Two Fit Spins
- Two Foot Backwards Edges
- Backward Slalom