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Figure Skating

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FREESTYLE ICE
*Please note that Freestyle Ice is NOT Public Skate

What is Freestyle Ice?
Freestyle ice is for recreational and competitive figure skaters. Freestyle ice is used either for private lessons with a certified coach or for individual practice working on Freestyle skills like jumps and spins, Moves in the Field, Ice Dance, footwork, and choreography.

Who can skate on Freestyle Ice?
Skaters with a valid U.S. Figure Skating Membership can skate on our freestyle ice. Exceptions on a limited bases can be made for those with a valid Learn to Skate USA Membership or USA Hockey membership. Please reach out to the Skating Director, Danielle Gamelin for more information.

New freestyle skaters must skate on freestyle ice with a coach for at least 10-12 hours total to learn to rules of the ice, typical ice patterns, and learn safe and productive practice habits before adding individual practice.

New freestyle skaters must be at Basic 2/3 level to add individual practice. All students below a Basic 2 level are permitted to skate on freestyle ice with a certified coach only. This is a new policy that applies to new skaters on our freestyle ice starting on July 1st, 2022.

Ready for your first private lesson on freestyle ice?
Our Intro-to-Private Lesson Program is an affordable introduction to private lessons held on our Freestyle Ice with a participating Club Coach. The Intro-to-Private Lesson Program is $160. This covers coach fees, ice time fees, and skate rental fees (if applicable) for five 25-minute lessons. Students may repeat this program once for a total of 10 introduction private lessons. To register, please email the Skating Director, Danielle Gamelin.

Want to learn more about freestyle ice, figure skating, and what comes next?
Please contact the Skating Director, Danielle Gamelin at dgamelin@suburbanice.com for more information.

FREESTYLE ICE RULE DOCUMENT
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE NOVI ICE ARENA FREESTYLE RULES, PROCEDURES, AND ETIQUETTE DOCUMENT
Our rule document is intended to create a comprehensive outline for the rules, procedures, and etiquette for freestyle ice to ensure a safe and enjoyable environment for all. All skaters, coaches, and parents (or guardians) are expected to follow the rules, procedures, and etiquette that are outlined in the document. Please review all points thoroughly and sign and return the final acknowledgement page to the front desk. Please keep the rest of the document for your records.

FREESTYLE CONTRACT
September 5, 2023 - January 20, 2024

Click HERE to view the Fall Freestyle Contract

*The Freestyle Contract is for skaters who would like to prepay for specific sessions for the entirety of the contract period. Know you’ll be missing some dates during your contract? Please email the Skating Director, Danielle Gamelin with the dates and times you’ll be missing, and she will happily work with you to schedule make-up sessions. Make-up sessions will not be available if notice is given after original session has occurred.

FREESTYLE ICE SCHEDULE
September 5, 2023 - January 20, 2024

Click HERE to view the Fall Freestyle Ice Schedule

*Please note that our Freestyle Ice runs in 25-minute sessions

FREESTYLE DROP-IN PAYMENT
Drop-in Payment Policies:

  • All sessions must be paid for before stepping on the ice.

  • Morning sessions that start before 8AM are contract only

Drop-in Payment Options:

  • Cash, credit card/debt card, check - $8.50/25-minute session

    • You may pay over the phone via credit/debit card

  • Punch Card (Ten 25-minute sessions) - $85.00

    • Punch cards must be purchased at the front desk

  • Punch Card (Ten 50-minute sessions) - $170.00

    • Punch cards must be purchased at the front desk

*Please note that only certified coaches who are contracted with the Novi Ice Arena are permitted to coach on our Freestyle Ice. Please contact the Skating Director, Danielle Gamelin at dgamelin@suburbanice.com with any questions.

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