Skate Canada feeder Program:
Pre-Power & Learn to Skate
Skaters must wear a fitted, current CSA approved hockey helmet, gloves and hockey OR figure skates for our Fall Pre-Power / Learn to Skate.
CanPowerSkate’s Pre-Power is designed for young hockey or ringette skaters, who can stand up on skates and move forward (shuffle, walk or glide) who are not be ready for CanPowerSkate. Pre-Power helps develop basic skating abilities in a power skating-specific environment, including balance skills, forward and backward skating, stopping, turning and agility skills (from the Can Skate program).
Pre-Power session levels may vary season to season.
Skate Canada’s Learn to Skate program is a short modified version of Can Skate. Terrace Skating Club often offers a short Learn to Skate program in September prior to the Can Skate sessions starting.
Skates may wear hockey skates or figure skates to the Learn to skate.
Skaters will learn to move forward on the ice, glide, stop, fall down and those who are slightly more advanced will learn medium forward skating speed and backward skating.
>Pre-Power & Learn to Skate may be grouped together depending on levels and number of skaters.
>These programs may share the ice with other learn to skate groups such as Adult/Teen and Pre-Junior Intro to Figure Skating.
THE BEST CURRICULUM
A complete series of balance, control and agility skills that will prepare skaters for any ice skating sport or recreational skating.
THE BEST COACHES
Nationally certified coaches trained specifically in teaching the mechanics and proper technique of skating.
Coaches are assisted by trained program assistants.
THE BEST START
Provides kids with the best foundation for figure skating, hockey, speed skating and ringette.
Introduces a healthy, lifelong activity at an early age.
Promotes fun, fitness and participation.