Skating Lessons & Figure Skating Lessons
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From hockey skills and figure skating skills to learn-to-skate programs for beginners of any age, there is something for everyone.
Learn to Skate programs are available for everyone – our five-tiered curriculum encourages learning at any level at a comfortable pace.
Once you know which level is right for you or your child, visit how to register for Recreation Programs.
NOTE: All participants in instructional skate programs must wear CSA approved hockey helmets. Parents/guardians are requested to remain at the facility during lessons.
The sport of Sledge Hockey was designed for people with physical disabilities, typically below the waist, to play the game of ice hockey.
This program is for participants who have special needs and no or limited Sledge Hockey experience. Participants must wear a CSA approved hockey helmet.
For more information, visit Accessible Recreation
Or call the Adapted & Integrated Unit at 416-397-4923.
- Preschool, Child & Youth Hockey Skills / Hockey Power Skate Programs – CSA approved hockey helmet with full face mask, neck guard, gloves and hockey stick are mandatory. Full equipment is highly recommended.
- Adult hockey Skills / Hockey Power Skate Programs – CSA approved hockey helmet and hockey stick are mandatory. Full equipment is highly recommended.
- Child Power Skating Program – CSA approved hockey helmet is mandatory.
- Goalie Skills Program – Full goalie equipment is mandatory.
The City offers beginner Figure Skating lessons to children and youth at several locations. Participants are introduced to the various elements of figure skating including spins, jumps, footwork, dance and music choreography.
Participants must have completed the Learn to Skate Level 4 or equivalent skating experience to take figure skating lessons and must wear a CSA approved hockey helmet.