September through May Sugar Land Ice & Sports Center offers
approximately 40 hours per week of training sessions. These
sessions are designed for training figure skaters. Sessions are leveled
by freestyle competition level with most sessions open to skaters of all
levels Freestyle 1 and above.
addition to our many freestyle sessions, we provide a full compliment
of off and on-ice training classes such as ballet, power builder, and
on-ice jump and spin. While we do have to modify our schedule from time
to time due to events being held at the rink, our
normal weekly training session schedule is shown below. We also add
additional session times during holidays. Please check the rink calendar or event flier
to confirm the dates and times or call us for more information.
Schedule changes are also posted on the website when they occur and at
various locations throughout the lobbies of Sugar Land Ice.
classes are taught by our team of highly rated coaches. From former
Olympic medalists to world class choreographers and skating
professionals, Sugar Land Ice & Sports is proud to be home to one of
the finest teams of skating coaches in the nation. It is this group of
dedicated professionals that makes Sugar Land Ice & Sports Center
the strongest training facility in the Gulf Coast region. Feel free to
use the link above to contact our coaches directly or contact our skating director for more information.
TRAINING SESSIONS LEVEL REQUIREMENTS
Eligibility for specific Freestyle sessions and training classes depend on the level at which a skater competes.
LOW – Freeskate 1 – Pre-Preliminary Freeskate
HIGH – Well Balanced Preliminary Freeskate and higherOPEN – Passed Pre-Preliminary Moves in the Field
BASIC SKILLS – Basic Skills 1 to Freeskate 6
FIGURE SKATING CONTACT INFO:
Mark Janoschak, Figure Skating Director