Skip to content

TRAINING ICE

WHAT IS TRAINING ICE?

Training ice sessions are for skaters who are training with a coach or practicing specific skating skills. The number of skaters is limited for each training ice session so that each skater can work safely and effectively. Presently, all ages and skill levels are welcome at all training ice sessions.


SESSION RATES

  • $12/45 min (Paid online via FinnlySport account)
  • $15/45 min (Walk-on)
  • $399 Monthly Unlimited Training Ice Pass

Training ice skaters are strongly encouraged to have FinnlySport accounts. By having a FinnlySport account, packages can be purchased with training ice sessions at a discounted rate rather than paying a walk-on rate of $15. In addition to purchasing sessions, a FinnlySport account allows you to book sessions and keep track of your schedule. Instructions for creating your FinnlySport account and purchasing sessions are below.

Monthly Unlimited Training Ice Pass can be purchased in person at the front desk only.


SKATERS, PLEASE REMEMBER TO SIGN IN

Everyone must sign in for training ice. This helps us maintain accurate records for billing and for safety. Please remember to sign the training ice book, or the sheet at the front desk when you arrive.


RULES FOR TRAINING ICE

  • Check in at the front desk and sign in (training ice book) before getting on the ice.
  • Drinks are allowed on or below the railing. No food is permitted on the ice.
  • Please pick up all belongings and trash in benches and seating areas at the end of the session.
  • Parents, skaters not skating the session, and other spectators should not be on the benches near the ice. This is unsafe and distracting, and interferes with constructive training.
  • Coaching by parents from the benches or bleachers is not permitted.
  • If you are an experienced skater, please be patient with the less experienced skaters. Remember that you were new to training ice at one time too!

RIGHT OF WAY

  • The skater doing a routine to music has the right of way.
  • Skaters taking a lesson have the right of way over general skaters in the session.