Skating Clinics

 

Upcoming Clinic Dates

Jun
11
Mon
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jun 11 @ 5:30 pm – 6:40 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 11 | June 18 | June 25 | July 9 | July 16 | July 23 | July 30 | August 6 | August 13 | August 20
There will be no class on July 2

Class Time

  • 5:30-6:10 On Ice Class
  • 6:10-6:20 Get skates off/sneakers on,
  • 6:20-6:40 Off ice Jump training class

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Jun
12
Tue
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jun 12 @ 5:40 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • 5:40-6:00 Off-ice Jump Training class
  • 6:00-6:10 Get sneakers off/skates on
  • 6:10-6:50 On Ice Class

A separate MIF class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

 

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jun 12 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.
  • A separate FS clinic class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jun 12 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Jun
18
Mon
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jun 18 @ 5:30 pm – 6:40 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 11 | June 18 | June 25 | July 9 | July 16 | July 23 | July 30 | August 6 | August 13 | August 20
There will be no class on July 2

Class Time

  • 5:30-6:10 On Ice Class
  • 6:10-6:20 Get skates off/sneakers on,
  • 6:20-6:40 Off ice Jump training class

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Jun
19
Tue
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jun 19 @ 5:40 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • 5:40-6:00 Off-ice Jump Training class
  • 6:00-6:10 Get sneakers off/skates on
  • 6:10-6:50 On Ice Class

A separate MIF class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

 

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jun 19 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.
  • A separate FS clinic class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jun 19 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Jun
25
Mon
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jun 25 @ 5:30 pm – 6:40 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 11 | June 18 | June 25 | July 9 | July 16 | July 23 | July 30 | August 6 | August 13 | August 20
There will be no class on July 2

Class Time

  • 5:30-6:10 On Ice Class
  • 6:10-6:20 Get skates off/sneakers on,
  • 6:20-6:40 Off ice Jump training class

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Jun
26
Tue
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jun 26 @ 5:40 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • 5:40-6:00 Off-ice Jump Training class
  • 6:00-6:10 Get sneakers off/skates on
  • 6:10-6:50 On Ice Class

A separate MIF class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

 

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jun 26 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.
  • A separate FS clinic class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jun 26 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Jul
9
Mon
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jul 9 @ 5:30 pm – 6:40 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 11 | June 18 | June 25 | July 9 | July 16 | July 23 | July 30 | August 6 | August 13 | August 20
There will be no class on July 2

Class Time

  • 5:30-6:10 On Ice Class
  • 6:10-6:20 Get skates off/sneakers on,
  • 6:20-6:40 Off ice Jump training class

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Jul
10
Tue
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jul 10 @ 5:40 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • 5:40-6:00 Off-ice Jump Training class
  • 6:00-6:10 Get sneakers off/skates on
  • 6:10-6:50 On Ice Class

A separate MIF class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

 

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jul 10 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.
  • A separate FS clinic class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jul 10 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Jul
16
Mon
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jul 16 @ 5:30 pm – 6:40 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 11 | June 18 | June 25 | July 9 | July 16 | July 23 | July 30 | August 6 | August 13 | August 20
There will be no class on July 2

Class Time

  • 5:30-6:10 On Ice Class
  • 6:10-6:20 Get skates off/sneakers on,
  • 6:20-6:40 Off ice Jump training class

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Jul
17
Tue
Freestyle & Axel Clinic @ SCW
Jul 17 @ 5:40 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that expands free skating competency, and introduces
Learn-to-Skate USA’s new ‘Axel Club’ curriculum with off-ice jump training.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • 5:40-6:00 Off-ice Jump Training class
  • 6:00-6:10 Get sneakers off/skates on
  • 6:10-6:50 On Ice Class

A separate MIF class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

 

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to off-ice jump training
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

The purpose of the class is to help skaters at the LTS Free Skate Levels build and expand their free skating skill competency and introduce them to the new Axel class curriculum which will officially start in the SC of Wilmington Group Program in Fall 2018. The clinic is not meant to replace regular group class participation or private instruction but rather serve as supplemental training offered in a fun and economical format. In a 40 minute full ice class, skills covered will include half and single rotation jumps, waltz/loop combinations, basic spins (especially the back spin) and exercises from the LTS axel class curriculum, along with other techniques to build power and control. The harness may be used on occasion at instructor’s discretion. Participants will also be introduced to off-ice jump training to build their readiness for multi-revolution jumps such as the axel. This aspect of class will emphasize strengthening jump principles such as take-off, air and landing positions, along with off-ice axel work.

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Free Skate Group lesson students. Knowledge of jumps and spins in Free Skate 3 and higher is helpful but not required. Participants should have passed the Pre FS level (or Basic 8) however. Club members who are No Test FS, or Pre-Preliminary and Preliminary Test Track skaters are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling in this additional and supplemental instruction.

 

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $275.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $35/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jul 17 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.
  • A separate FS clinic class will also be sharing the full ice surface at this time.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Intro to Moves in the Field Clinic @ SCW
Jul 17 @ 6:10 pm – 6:50 pm

A clinic style group class that develops basic skating skills with an emphasis on power and
form through beginning stroking and Moves in the Field patterns

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class

Class Dates

The clinic will meet on the following Tuesdays in summer:
June 12 | June 19 | June 26 | July 10 | July 17 | July 24 | July 31 | August 7 | August 14 | August 21
There will be no class on July 3

Class Time

  • Class will meet from 6:10-6:50 p.m. on Tuesdays this summer.

Benefits:

  • Economical Supplemental Training on challenging skills in a fun format
  • Introduction to Moves in the Field patterns
  • Learning shared with peers, increasing social connections
  • Full Ice Surface
  • Experienced Coaching Staff

Class Purpose & Content

This class is specifically for Basic Skill level skaters and group lesson participants, and will introduce the requirements of the first official USFS Moves in the Field level: the Pre-Preliminary test.* “Moves” or “MIF” training is essential for any skater beyond the Basic Skills. Comprised of mandatory patterns on full ice, Moves in the Field challenge skaters to develop skills with control, power, edge quality, flow, rhythm and extension. MIF training is required in all disciplines of competitive skating, such as Singles, Dance or Pairs, and vital for participation and success in Synchronized Skating as most teams require some test standard in regard to MIF. Participants will have the chance to begin learning these skills in a fun social setting among their peers. Register today and help your skater get a head start, as he or she works towards that first official test of United States Figure Skating!

*Actual Pre-Pre MIF test requires full USFS/SCW membership, and a private coach

Who Can Participate?

The clinic is ideal for LTS Basic Skill group lesson students. Ideally, participants should have passed the Basic 4 level at a minimum, but lower level skaters can be accommodated if there is interest. Club members who have not passed the Pre-Pre MIF test are also welcome to participate at full cost. If a student is already taking private lessons, they should seek the permission and approval of his or her private coach before enrolling for this additional and supplemental instruction.

Equipment Needed

All participants must own or purchase their own pair of skates to participate in this class. Sneakers will be needed for the off-ice portion of class time.

The program is charged at the following rate:
All 10 weeks: $200.00
OR Walk-in Rate of $25/class