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Ice skating lessons generally provide new ice skaters with a valuable set of tools and principles that they will use for years to come. Can a person learn to ice skate without taking ice skating lessons? Yes, we know a great deal of people that have learned to ice skate on their own. Even though it is possible to learn to ice skate without formal instruction, we recommend new skaters take ice skating lessons when possible.

 

There are many advantages to taking ice skating lessons. First, you will learn the correct ice skating techniques. Second, you will have someone to observe your movements to make sure you are skating correctly. Third, you will likely learn to ice skate much quicker. Finally, along with many of the other advantages of ice skating lessons, you will avoid forming bad habits that will hinder you from reaching your ice skating potential.

 

People that desire to take ice skating lessons will normally have options for the type of lessons they choose. For example, some rinks offer private ice skating lessons. If you are not a total beginner, and/or would like to learn how to perform various figure skating moves, private ice skating lessons may work best for you. With private ice skating lessons, you will get the one-on-one attention that can help you rapidly improve your ice skating skills. You will also more quickly perfect the various moves associated with ice skating. If you are not a beginner and are serious about learning to ice skate (and can afford the lessons) private ice skating lessons are the way to go. The major drawback for some people is the cost; private ice skating lessons are normally much more expensive.

 

If you are not as advanced, you may be interested in taking group ice skating lessons. Group ice skating lessons are normally the best overall choice for beginners. Group ice skating lessons are less expensive than private or semi-private ice skating lessons. Also, rinks that offer group ice skating lessons often offer discounts on skates, future lessons, skating time, etc. Group ice skating lessons provides you with an excellent option to help you determine whether or not ice skating is for you. On the flip side, during group ice skating lessons you will receive very little individual skating instructions. Also, you will likely have less of a choice regarding the time you attend the ice skating lessons. You will be at the mercy of the schedule set forth by the ice rink for the group ice skating lessons.

 

Another opportunity to learn to ice skate is to take semi-private ice skating lessons. Semi-private ice skating lessons are often taken in addition to private or group ice skating lessons. With semi-private ice skating lessons you will learn skating techniques quicker, and on a more personal level than with group ice skating lessons. Why would anyone want to take semi-private ice skating lessons? Semi-private ice skating lessons offer more individual instruction time. Instead of 20 people taking ice skating lessons, you may only have four or five. Additionally, semi-private ice skating lessons will save you money, since these lessons are normally cheaper than private ice skating lessons.

 

Many rinks and arenas offer ice skating lessons. We encourage you to take advantage of our Ice Skating Rinks locator to help you find a rink that offers ice skating lessons near you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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