Improve Your Skating and You Will Improve Your Game!

 

Quality Instruction to Make You a Better Player!

 

Out Work, Out Think, Out Play!

 

Power Skate for Power Fun!

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WE ARE LEADING EDGE SKATING DEVELOPMENT

OUR PROGRAMS

Camps &
Clinics

Offered Winter, Spring, and Summer

Team Training
& Small Group Lessons

Get that Extra Edge - Available Year Round

“Early Bird”
Programs

Offered Fall and Winter

WHAT DOES CLARK POWER SKATING OFFER?

Clark Power Skating offers a power skating program that incorporates a progressive learning style that is appropriate for every level of skater.

Skating Progression

A skater will progress at his/her own level, achieving a standard of competence that makes the next skill level achievable.

Skill Levels

Balance, forward and backward stride, edge work, starts and stops, turns and agility, power and conditioning are incorporated into each level.

Trying Their Best

Skaters are encouraged to work hard and try their best. Effort and learning from mistakes are valued.

Positive Atmosphere

Strong basic skating skills will allow the skater to progress to more advanced skating skills in a positive learning environment.

Classes Include

Classes include warm-up, skill review, new skill development, conditioning, games and cool-down.

Experienced & Professional

All coaches that work with Lisa are experienced and professional. They are all skaters that have taken extensive power skating training and it shows! They are also high level hockey or ringette players.

Lisa Clark, Head Instructor

Lisa’s background is based on a solid foundation of technical skating expertise combined with hockey and ringette knowledge.

Experienced training hockey players from Tim Bit to Major Jr. level.

Experienced training ringette players from Active Start to National Team Level.

FROM THE COACH

“I take great pride in providing a quality skating program for hockey and ringette players.
I am pleased that the program has been so well received.
It is very rewarding for me to be a part of the development and success of so many young athletes.”

Lisa Clark