Want to learn to skate? These skating lessons in Burlington, Oakville and Milton will have you gliding gracefully before you can tie your skates!
Ice skating in the wintertime is practically a Canadian right of passage, and these learn to skate with these ice skating classes and programs in Burlington, Oakville and Milton will help you master this new skill, no matter your age.
Many of us didn’t learn to skate when we were kids but don’t fret, there are adult skating programs for you, too! We know numerous adults who took skating lessons once they had kids so they could all skate together.
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The Can-Skate Program
Most clubs offer skating lessons based on Can-Skate’s program. CanSkate offers the best curriculum in Canada. Our flagship learn-to-skate program has taught millions of Canadians to reach their recreational and competitive goals on the ice. The CanSkate program is geared to beginners of all ages…children, adults, newcomers to Canada and athletes with a disability (AWAD). Whether you are looking to improve basic skating skills for figure skating, hockey, ringette or speed skating, or wish to skate for recreation, fitness or fun, CanSkate will get you there. Click here to find a skating centre that offers the Can-Skate program.
Learn-To-Skate Burlington Programs
Burlington Skating Club
1201 Appleby Line Burlington, Ontario L7L 5H9
BSC is proud to offer Skate Canada’s flagship learn-to-skate program that is designed for beginners of all ages. With a focus on fun, participation and basic skill development. CanSkate is taught in group lesson format by Skate Canada professional coaches assisted by trained program assistants. The delivery focuses on continuous movement and uses station rotation and circuits to teach Agility, Balance, and Control. Skaters achieving their Stage 5 badge have the skills necessary to begin figure skating, speed skating, and/or hockey.
Sports Concept Recreational
Lessons held at various Burlington arenas
Learn the skills for becoming a recreational hockey player or figure skater, Development of forwards, backwards, stopping, turns, edges, crosscuts and jumping. Class ratio less than 1:8. Progress through 6 levels. Must be 5 years of age and can stand independently on the ice. Offering children’s skating, family lessons and adult learn-to-skate programs in Burlington
Power Play Hockey
3285 Mainway Drive Unit #3, Burlington, Ontario
Offering a learn-to-skate program and a learn-to-play hockey program as well as private lessons.
Learn-To-Skate Programs in Oakville
Lessons held at various Oakville arenas
Skate Oakville offers learn-to-skate lessons delivered using the nation’s premiere program, CanSkate. This best-in-class program has been recently updated by Skate Canada and all of the learn-to-skate coaches at the club are certified to deliver it using the latest techniques and tools.
Cutting Edge Hockey Development Centre
1130 Speers Rd, Oakville, ON L6L 2X4,
Led by CanSkate certified Head Instructor, Samantha White, our Learn to Skate programs have been tailored to meet the needs of children at all skill levels. Choose the class best suited to your child’s skills or age group. A CSA-approved helmet with a full cage is required to participate in these programs. Classes are 30 minutes in duration.
Learn-To-Skate Programs in Milton
Milton Skating Club
Milton Skating Club, 605 Santa Maria Blvd, Unit #2 / Rink A, Milton, ON
Offering skating lessons for kids of all ages, special needs skaters, adults and more. Small groups and no experience required.
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