Contract Registration Deadline: August skate sessions are in the drop-in rate.
Drop-in Ticket Deadline: 5:00 PM the day before the skate session date
Sessions for September will be posted on August 15th.
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Figure Skating Policies and Procedures Session Information

QUALIFICATIONS FOR ALL FREESTYLE SESSIONS ARE DETERMINED BY U.S. FIGURE SKATING STANDARD FREESKATE TEST PASSED (UNLESS STATED BELOW)

OPEN FS: (Open Freeskate) Open to all skaters who have passed Basic 6 and above. Skaters lower than Basic 6, must be accompanied by a coach for at least a portion of the freestyle session.

JUV-SR FS: (Juvenile-Senior Freeskate) Skaters who have passed Juvenile Freeskate and above, Juvenile Pair test or higher. Adult skaters who have passed the Adult Silver Freeskate test or higher. Dancers who have passed all the Pre-Bronze dances and above.
Teams: Qualifications for freestyle sessions are based on pair or free dance level passed by at least one member of the team.
Ice Den Directors reserve the right to place skaters in appropriate levels regardless of their test record.

OPEN SPEED SKATING SESSIO: (OPEN SPEED SKATING SESSION) GEAR Required:
Ice speed skates, helmet (hockey, bike, inline and skateboarding acceptable), gloves and skating gear/apparel that has long sleeves and long pants so that there is no exposed skin.
Recommended: Neck guard, eye protection , knee, shin and elbow pads.
1. Skating direction is counter-clockwise.
2. Skaters should skate under control at all times. Keep a safe speed taking into consideration ice conditions, padding and crowd.
3. Faster skaters shall overtake slower skaters on the OUTSIDE.
4. Slower skaters, skaters resting shall skate on the INSIDE of the track.
5. Skaters shall only rest in the middle of the center ice face-off circle. No resting permitted on outside boards.
6. Skaters shall minimize crossing the track to enter and exit the ice surface and will wait until track is safe.
7. Skaters must follow all directions by rink staff, including but not limited to, stopping for instruction, races, rest breaks or to allow a fellow skater to recover from a fall.
8. Pads may or may not be provided in specific areas of the track. Skaters shall adjust their speed accordingly to remain safe for conditions.
9. All ice surface access doors must remain closed at all times during the session.

Speed Skating is intended as a track sport and not a physical contact sport. Any intentionally aggressive behavior on the ice may result in lost ice privileges without refund. The Ice Den Scottsdale and Ice Den Chandler reserves the right to revoke participation and registration privileges for any future Ice Den programs as the result of unacceptable conduct.

OFF-ICE JUMP CLASS: (Off-Ice Jump Class) Skaters working on single jumps, axel jump through double jumps and triple jumps. Classes held in the Apex Upstairs work out area. Skating or exercise attire only. Training shoes(sneakers, running shoes) are mandatory.
Classes will focus on jumping techniques, rotation and landing positions. Taught by Ice Den PSA Rated coaches.

BALLET CLASS 1: (Ballet Class 1) Open to all skating levels. All ages welcome. Ballet experience not necessary. Classes held in the Ice Den's Ballet Room- Upstairs in Coyotes Rink-south end. Skaters must have ballet slippers. Mandatory ballet or skating attire only. Girls hair must be tied back, bun recommended.
Class will emphasize standard basic ballet positions and will be structured to assist figure skaters with correctness of posture, balance and head/arm positions. Classes will be taught by Jaclyn Levine.

BALLET CLASS 2: (Ballet Class 2) Open to all skating levels with ballet experience. Classes held in the Ice Den's Ballet Room- Upstairs in Coyotes Rink-south end. Skaters must have ballet slippers. Mandatory ballet or skating attire only. Girls hair must be tied back, bun recommended.
Class will emphasize standard basic ballet positions and will be structured to assist figure skaters with correctness of posture, balance and head-arm positions. Classes will be taught by Jaclyn Levine.

EXTREME STRETCH 1: (EXTREME STRETCH 1) For all level skaters ages 6-10 yrs. Taught by Julia Blackman and will focus on stretching and flexibility for figure skaters. A mat is mandatory- please! The Class is held in the Ice Den's Ballet Room. We work on core strength to warm up and work on flexibility along with strength to be able to hold the positions with control.

EXTREME STRETCH 2: (EXTREME STRETCH 2) For all level skaters ages 11 and up. Taught by Jaclyn Levine and will focus on stretching and flexibility for figure skaters. A mat is mandatory- please! The Class is held in the Ice Den's Party room in the Coyotes Rink. We work on core strength. To warm up and work on flexibility along with strength to be able to hold the positions with control.

BALLET CLASS 3: (Ballet Class 3) By invitation only through Jaclyn Levine. Skaters must be age 13 and over and have passed level 2 ballet. Classes held in the upstairs Apex Room at the Ice Den Scottsdale. Skaters must have ballet slippers. Mandatory ballet or skating attire only. Girls hair must be tied back, bun recommended.
Class will emphasize standard basic ballet positions and will be structured to assist figure skaters with correctness of posture, balance and head-arm positions. Classes will be taught by Jaclyn Levine.

PRELIM-SR POWER/EDGE: (Prelim FS and Up Specialty Class) For skaters passed Preliminary FS and Up.
Power & Edge Class
In this class we will utilize drills & technical exercises to improve power & speed. These drills will help skaters develop knee & ankle rhythm, proper weight transfer and agility to achieve greater power on the ice.
This class will also help skaters understand the importance of controlled, sustained edges. Developing an understanding of the importance of patterns using small group tracking aka birding. Embracing all the different edges, turns and steps fundamental for skating skills/transitions.

ICE CAFE-ADULTS ONLY: (ICE CAFE-ADULTS ONLY) This is an adult-only social skating program offered exclusively for skaters 18 years and older. Ice Café is open to beginner and recreational skaters or those wanting to brush up on their current skills. Registration is available as multi-session or drop-in.

Scottsdale Program Features:

90-minute session
Each session includes professional instruction (held 30 minutes into class if applicable) in a group class format
Skate rental included (standard skates or hockey skates)
Complimentary beverage from the Chilly Bean Cafe


ADULT OPEN FREESTYLE: (ADULT OPEN FREESTYLE) These freestyle sessions are open to all figure skaters age 18 and over. All levels welcome. Skaters must have their own skates.

 

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