Skating Club


The Seine River Skating Club runs programs out of the Lorette Community Complex and the Ile des Chenes arenas. Our programs cover all ages and various skill levels for each individual skater.

Our programs are not just for figure skaters, but they are also beneficial to those learning to skate for the first time or those wanting to improve skills for other skating-related sports such as hockey and ringette.

 


Programs Offered

 

Preschool CanSkate

 Aidyn Jennings who skated to a bronze at Provincials, and is ranked 12th in the Province at her Preliminary level.

Aidyn Jennings who skated to a bronze at Provincials, and is ranked 12th in the Province at her Preliminary level.

PreSchool group having a fun time as clocks and tea cups in the Beauty and the Beast number at our year end Ice Show.

PreSchool group having a fun time as clocks and tea cups in the Beauty and the Beast number at our year end Ice Show.

This learn-to-skate program is offered for 3 -5 year olds teaching the beginning basic skills of skating with an emphasis on fun. This 30 minute lesson is offered on Monday evening in Ile des Chenes or Wednesday evening in Lorette.

 

CanSkate & Pre-Power

Skate Canada’s learn-to-skate program for beginners 5 and older teaches fundamental movements and basic skills. CanSkate programs are 45 minute lessons which are offered on Monday evening in Ile Des Chenes or Wednesday evening in Lorette.

 

PowerSkate

This program offered to advanced skaters focuses on balance, power, agility, speed and endurance skills, all of which are especially important for hockey and ringette players. This program is offered Saturday morning in Lorette or Monday evening in Ile des Chenes.

 

Rising Stars & StarSkate

These programs offer opportunities to develop figure skating skills in the area of ice dance, skating skills, freeskate, and interpretive skating.

 

Each of these various skating programs complements the other and allows for unrestricted movement and development through the system in a structured environment. All programs are sanctioned by Skate Canada and are taught by professional coaches certified through the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). All programs run from October – March.

For further information, please visit www.seineriverskating.ca.