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SUMMER 2022 Open Free & Class Schedule

June 17th - September 2nd 2022

SUMMER SCHEDULE

  • Open Freestyle Sessions
  • Classes for Advanced Figure Skaters 

  • Figure Skating Club schedule

  • Synchronized skating schedule

  • Public Skating

Classes for Advanced Figure Skaters will include (see descriptions at bottom of this page):

  • Art on the Edge (AOTE) / Art on the Edge PLUS
  • Competition Practice
  • Ice Dance / Ice Dance PLUS
  • IJS Spins 
  • Figure Skating Power

REGISTER FOR

OPEN FREESTYLE SESSIONS and

FIGURE SKATING CLASSES!

 

  • All skaters are required to PRE-REGISTER for all classes and Open Freestyle sessions. (CLICK ON "SIGN UP NOW" BUTTON)
  • Registration MUST be made via the online portal or email. Late, in-person and paper registrations will not be possible.
  • Registration will open 2 weeks before the scheduled class/session
  • Cost of each specialty class: $15, limit of 15 skaters per class (21 for FS Power)
  • Cost of each Open Freestyle: $17, limit of 18 skaters per session
  • Registration will close 1 hour before the session is scheduled to take place.
  • If a class/session is full and you register for the "WAITLIST", you will automatically be notified via email if a space becomes available for you.
  • Once you have registered and paid, NO refunds will be given. Credits will be allowed until 1 day before the scheduled event.
  • The office will remain closed during this time. Please make all inquiries and contacts via email to skatingschool@madisoniceinc.com.  

*Visit the Figure Skating Club of Madison website for information about Club Ice Sessions

Mondays
6:00-7:30 AM - Open Freestyle (HARTMEYER)
8:30-9:30 AM - Open Freestyle
9:45-10:45 AM -  Club Ice
11:00-12:00 PM - Club Ice
12:00-12:30 PM - Art on the Edge/Ice Dance+
12:30-1:00 PM - Art on the Edge+/Ice Dance
1:15-2:15 PM - Open Freestyle
2:15-4:15 PM - Public Skate
4:45-5:15 PM - 1/2 hour Open Freestyle
5:15-6:15 PM - Open Freestyle
6:15-6:50 PM - Art on the Edge
6:15-7:30 PM - Learn-to-skate
 
Tuesdays
8:30-9:30 AM - Open Freestyle
9:45-10:45 AM -  Club Ice
11:00-12:00 PM - Club Ice
12:00-12:30 PM - IJS Spins

12:30-5:00 PM - Synchro

Wednesdays
6:00-7:30 AM - Open Freestyle (HARTMEYER)
8:30-9:30 AM - Open Freestyle
9:45-10:45 AM -  Club Ice
11:00-12:00 PM - Club Ice
12:00-12:30 PM - Figure Skating Power
12:30-1:00 PM - Art on the Edge/Ice Dance
1:15-2:15 PM - Open Freestyle
2:15-4:15 PM - Public Skate
Thursdays
8:30-9:30 AM - Open Freestyle
9:45-10:45 AM -  Club Ice
11:00-12:00 PM - Club Ice
12:00-1:00 PM - Open Freestyle

3:15-7:30 PM - Synchro

 
Friday
6:00-7:30 AM - Open Freestyle (HARTMEYER)
8:30-9:30 AM - Open Freestyle
9:45-10:15 AM - Program Practice
10:15-11:15 AM - Club Ice
11:30-12:30 PM -  Club Ice
12:45-1:45 PM - Open Freestyle

 

 

DOWNLOAD THE GENERAL

WEEKLY SCHEDULE!

 

This schedule does not represent ALL weeks, but is for general viewing purposes only.


CLASS DESCRIPTIONS:

ART ON THE EDGE: Intended for skaters from Learn-to-skate level up to working on Juvenile MITF.  Focus on improving skating skills! Instruction in Figures, Moves-in-the-Field patterns, edge drills, exercises and drills to improve turn quality, extension, and presentation.

ART ON THE EDGE PLUS: Intended for skaters who have passed Juvenile MITF or higher.  Focus on improving skating skills! Instruction in Figures, Moves-in-the-Field patterns, edge drills, exercises and drills to improve turn quality, extension, and presentation.

PROGRAM PRACTICE: Skaters will have a chance to run their freestyle programs on FULL ICE! Have your music ready and run through your program at least twice; more if time allows.  Skaters will be observed by veteran high level coaches and feedback will be given if desired. Open to all skill levels!

FIGURE SKATING POWER: For skaters in Free Skate 1 and up. Focus on improving speed and stamina! Instruction in skating drills to help skaters improve their use of edges, gain more power and flow, increase knee and ankle action, and improve cardio stamina. (skaters will be split into different groups to work on skills appropriate for their skill level)

ICE DANCE: Learn pattern dances! Improve edges, knee and ankle bend, timing with music. Try something new! Ice Dance is growing in popularity around the world as a great way to improve your skating skill mark! Skaters must have passed Preliminary Moves in the Field and passed no more than 2 bronze Ice Dance levels.

ICE DANCE PLUS: Already mastered the beginning Ice Dance patterns? This class is for skaters who have passed all of the Bronze dances at a minimum. Continue working on patterns, form and musicality as well ice dance drills.

IJS SPINS (Basic and Features): This class is for skaters to improve their spins! We will break into 2 groups:

  • Basic: for skaters competing at high beginner through pre-preliminary, who need to master the basic spin positions (sit, camel, layback, back spin) and introduced to beginning level features.
  • Features: for skaters who compete at Preliminary through Novice IJS. Skaters will be introduced to different FEATURES they can do with their spins. Having a repertoire of different spins and features improves a skater's competitiveness and will help maximize their points when they compete in the IJS judging system. There can be more points in Spins than there can be in Jumps!