CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Beginner Hockey/Basic Hockey (Hockey 1-2) (Mini Atoms/Atoms)

- Learn to Skate USA Hockey Curriculum –

This class is designed for young and newer hockey players.

Athletes will focus on forward skating fundamentals. (Fwd gliding, on two feet and one foot, weight transfers and stops.)

Backward skating skills will also be introduced and practiced. (Backward skating and gliding on two feet, stops and transitions)

Hockey skates and helmet required. No other gear needed.

Target Class Ratio is 8 – 1.

Intermediate Hockey (Hockey 3-4) (Atoms)

- Learn to Skate USA Hockey/ USA Hockey Curriculum -

These skaters should have strong forward skating skills and be able to skate efficiently backward.

Athletes will focus on developing backward skating skills. (backward double c -cuts, backward crossovers, inside and outside edges, pivots, alternating directions, and stops.)

Hockey patterns and on ice courses will be utilized to work on multiple skills.

Target class Ratio is 8 - 1

Advanced Hockey (Mites & Above)

- USA Hockey Curriculum -

These skaters have strong and consistent forward and backward skating skills.

Athletes in this class will work on agility and precision with their forward and backward skating, multiple transitions from forward to backward, and other advanced skating skills.

Hockey patterns, stations, and on ice courses will be utilized to work on multiple skills.

Target class Ratio is 8 - 1

Power Hockey (Intermediate Hockey Level and Above)

This class is designed for hockey players at the intermediate level and above.

Athletes in this class will work on speed, power, and endurance as well as agility while skating forward and backward. This is a fast-paced class used to get their heart rates up and keep them moving and sweating. The first week of the class is a timed skating obstacle course. The final week the athletes will run the course again to compare their start time and their end time.

Hockey patterns, stations, and on ice courses will be utilized to work on multiple skills.

Target class Ratio is 12 - 1

High Performance Hockey

- USA Hockey Curriculum -

These skaters have strong and reliable forward and backward skating skills and can consistently and fluently transition from forwards to backward as well as backwards to forwards. (Required transitions: pivots, mohawks and 3turns)

Athletes in this class will work on consistency, accuracy, agility, and precision in using the advanced skating skills they have. This class is ideal for strong players and skaters who are looking for guided instruction and time to continue to practice and hone their strong skater skills through the use of isolation drills, hockey patterns, stations, and on ice courses.

Target class Ratio is 12 - 1

Adult Hockey

Hockey skating skills class for adults!

This class will be a slower-paced skating skills class. 

Designed specifically for 18+ skaters/players who would like additional time and practice working on forward and backward skating, balance, edges, transitions and efficiency.

Hockey skates required but no other gear needed.

Stick and Structure (Hockey 3-4/ Intermediate Hockey and Above)

This is a 15-minute class designed to focus on the structure and posture of Hockey skaters as they skate with and without a stick and puck. Classes will vary between specific stick skill exercises and balance/posture drills.

Class has a maximum class capacity of 6 skaters.

Hockey Skills Practice (All levels)

This is an open practice ice opportunity specifically for Hockey players. This is an opportunity for hockey skaters to get additional open practice to be used independently or in conjunction with a private lesson coach. Pucks will only be allowed on the later practice session (unless used during a private lesson). Tennis balls will be available during the first practice session time in place of pucks.