Central New Hampshire Skating Academy

 

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2014/2015 Skating Season
Location: Laconia Ice Arena
 
Learn to Skate: Skill Development
Open registration Session 3 starting Friday January 2, 2015 at 5:50pm

Taught by Figure Skating Professionals Jen Tondreau, Jen Hurley, Brin Adams

Our energetic and credentialed professional figure skating staff will guide skaters age 3 to adult through the essentials of beginner to advance levels of skating. Each group skating lesson will include a warm-up and review of skating skills. This will then be followed by skill work on specific elements required to pass the next USFSA level. The lesson will conclude with coach supervised practice. Every Group class will begin with a group warm up encompassing edge work using the USFSA Moves In The Field patterns, cardiovascular power skating and freestyle and position training.

 
Group Freestyle Skills and "Edge, Power and Positions"
Open registration Session 3 starting Friday January 2, 2015 at 5:05pm

Taught by Figure Skating Professionals Jen Tondreau, Jen Hurley, Brin Adams

USFSA basic & freestyle skill levels  are designed to give skaters a strong foundation on which to build their skills. This is the point where the skater can choose whether to pursue a recreational or competitive approach to the sport of figure skating. Level Freestyle 1 and higher Skaters will be lead through the essentials of edge work and how to create power through correct positioning and correct use of blade. Every group class will begin with meditative school figures, cardiovascular power skating, and repetitive skills and position training.

 
New This Season - Synchronized Skating Team
Open registration March 4, 2015, at 7:00pm

Directed by Jen Tondreau & Synchro Stars skater Meghan Lapointe

We are all very excited to offer this grassroots synchronized skating program to our CNHSA members. You will be guided through the USFSA synchronized basic skills curriculum & use the five basic elements of synchro in choreography that will be performed in CNHSA 's two annual shows. This will be a basic skills synchro program for level basic 4 or alpha and above teaching the 5 basic components of synchronized skating. Skaters should be enrolled in one other lesson per week. Learn to skate &/or private. It is important for Synchronized skaters to work on there individual skating skills.

 
Off-Ice Training - All Skaters of All levels
No registration, No Charge - Fridays 4:20pm

Directed by professional skating instructor, Jennifer Tondreau

Every Group class will begin with a group warm up encompassing edge work using the USFSA Moves In The Field patterns, cardiovascular power skating and freestyle and position training.
 
Who are we?
CNHSA is led by a spirited group of skaters dedicated and determined to maintain the tradition of their sport and organization. CNHSA has a growing member base. CNHSA home ice is the Laconia Ice Arena and is a member of the United States Figure Skating Association. CNHSA is a non-profit organization to serve the Central New Hampshire community.
 

CNHSA provides goal-oriented programs that encourage ice skating at all levels and to enhance the quality of skating skills at these levels. The objectives of our programs are:

To provide a fun and safe skating experience for the beginner as well as the more advanced skater
To teach correct technique of the simple basic elements
To promote health and physical fitness
To enable all participants to achieve the skills necessary to either skate for fun the rest of their lives or to move competently into the U.S. Figure Skating advanced test and/or competitive structure
 
 

 

Daniel P. Beauregard - Treasurer
Central New Hampshire Skating Academy
PO BOX 776
Belmont, NH 03220-0776
Phone: 603 226 5683
Email: daniel@cnhskatingacademy.org

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