Freestyle Skating-Acord Ice
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Acord Ice Center offers daily freestyle sessions designed for skaters training on their skating skills, jumps, choreography, dance, and moves in the field (MITF). Prior to skating, all skaters must pay and check in at the front office or register online:
Stroking is a 30 minute session taught by a professional coach strengthening forward and backward crossovers and improving your speed on the ice. Power Stroking is offered on Wednesday evenings as an ASPIRE class.
ACORD ASPIRE Figure Skating
U.S. FIGURE SKATING ASPIRE PROGRAM helps beginning figure skaters make the transition from learn to skate group classes into U.S. Figure Skating membership. Designed to go hand-in-hand with U.S. Figure Skating introductory membership. We keep skaters on the ice and teach young athletes and their families what it means to be a figure skater. Aspire offers various plug-and-play programming materials that organizations can combine to formulate a comprehensive package program. Resources include materials for on-ice classes, off-ice training, character development badge program, and parent education. The safe, supportive group training environment keeps costs down and motivation high as skaters acquire new skills, develop good practice habits, and learn the fundamentals of off-ice training alongside their peers.
- A desired and standardized “next step” for skaters in organized group lessons.
- A natural pathway into U.S. Figure Skating introductory membership.
- A standardized transition between affordable group lessons and more expensive private lessons.
- Teaches good practice habits on and off the ice.
- Introducing skaters to moves in the field, edge classes, and other skating disciplines.
- Enhanced parental involvement and education.
Please contact Kate Nicoll at email@example.com for more information and questions.
To find a licensed, private coach, please check the Acord Ice Center bulletin board.
Coaching at Acord Ice Center
To coach or visit (guest) coach at any Salt Lake County ice facility, complete the license agreement at least 2 weeks before arriving. All coaches must be approved prior to using a Salt Lake County ice facility. If you have any questions contact us at (385) 468-1971.