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Lisa Clark, Head Instructor

  • Owner and Head Instructor of Clark Power Skating since 2008
  • Talented and experienced professional skating coach (30+ Years)
  • Experience training hockey players from Timbit to Major Jr. level
  • Experience training ringette players from Active Start to National Team level
  • Triple Gold CFSA Certification (Gold Figure, Gold Free Style, Gold Dance)
  • Level III NCCP coaching certification
  • Canpowerskate certification
  • Power Skating Instructor under the guidance of Brenda Ringdahl, Iceprep Power Skating
  • Participated in the International Hockey Skating Symposium in Detroit, Michigan
  • Graduate of The University of Calgary, Bachelor of Physical Education/Kinesiology
  • Level 1 and 2 Speed Skating courses, University of Calgary
  • 15 years professional experience in the health care and rehabilitation field
  • Coached figure skaters from Preliminary to Gold levels
  • Performed in 1988 closing ceremonies of the Calgary Olympic Winter Games
  • Attended Skating and Coaching course in the Soviet Union
  • Current First Aid certification
Team - Clark Power Skating Calgary

Assistant Instructors

One of the strengths of Clark Power Skating is the Assistant Instructors that help on the ice.  They are high level players with many years of training and extensive knowledge in power skating, and in their sports of hockey or ringette.

They are all passionate focused teachers that love to share their knowledge of their sports.  Some of the instructors have been teaching in the program since 2008 when Clark Power Skating began!

We want skaters to be inspired and encouraged to work hard and challenge themselves.  The ultimate goal is that every skater improves their skating technique, skills and confidence every camp.

“Teaching is an instinctual art, mindful of potential, craving of realizations, a pausing, seamless process.”

A. Bartlett Giamatti

How Power Skating Works…

As you master the basics of skating you will work through to more advanced skating moves. From here you will learn how to get maximum performance and efficiency on the ice.

 As players master the technical skills pucks and rings are added to increase the challenge.

When skaters have a firm foundation of skill they are challenged to think and react faster using a variety of over speed training drills to push them out of their comfort zone.

Power skating training Calgary


I have tried all of the power skating options in Calgary and Lisa by far offers the best teacher to student ratio (usually 4-1), the best value, and she genuinely cares about the kids and it shows. She knows both my kids by name and they both love her classes. Both my son and daughter have been in her classes since Timbits and they both skate at the top of their age group. Lisa has both young men and women who are exceptional skaters to assist her and she moves between the groups emphasizing the specific skills. If you are looking for a power skating instructor for your son or daughter Lisa is an outstanding choice.

Scott Doyle