Instructional Skate Classes

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Instructional Class Expectations


  • This is a completely outdoor experience, please come dresses weather appropriate weather attire.
  • Class sizes will be no larger than 10. 
  • There are absolutely NO REFUNDS on classes due to weather
  1. December Sessions
  2. January Sessions
  3. February Sessions

 Time  Mondays  Tuesdays  Wednesdays  Thursdays
3:45 - 4:30 pm Learn to Skate
Ages 5-7
Learn to Skate
Ages 8-10 
Intro to Hockey
Ages 6-9
Pillow Polo 
4:45 - 5:30 pm  Learn to Skate
Ages 8-10
Intermediate Skate
Ages 6-9
Intro to Hockey 
Ages 10-12
Learn to Skate
Ages 5-7


5:45 - 6:30 pm Learn to Skate
Parent-Tot
Learn to Skate 
5-7
Power Skate
9-13
Adult Lessons


 Time  Saturdays  Sundays
9:00 - 9:45 am  Learn to Skate Parent - Tot Learn to Skate Ages 5-7
10:00 - 10:45 am  Learn to Skate Ages 5-7 Learn to Skate Ages 8-10

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  1. Parent-tot
  2. Learn to Skate
  3. Power Skate
The Parent-Tot class is a level unique to All Seasons. This class allows parents to experience their young child's first steps on the ice right alongside them. In this class, skaters will learn the very basics of Ice Skating.

Children will be taught basic skating maneuvers such as falling down, getting backup, as well as the initial steps towards skating.

The class will incorporate various games and other activities suited for children of a young age that their parents/guardians can also participate in.

Parents should have some skating experience. Parent tot classes are available for children between the ages of 36 months and 3 1/2 years.
  1. Turns & Stops
  2. Intro to Hockey
For skaters who show a love for figure skating and a desire to learn new skating elements. We will focus on teaching skaters the basics of turns, basic jumps, multiple stopping techniques. 
  1. Pillow Polo
  2. Adult Lessons
This game, played without skates, Pillo polo is played with rules very much like ice hockey. Each team has six players including a goalie. The goalie is the only player allowed to touch the ball with his hands or feet, and goalies are allowed to throw or roll the ball down the field. Everyone else must only use their sticks to move the ball.