rollerskating lessons

Whittier CA

  • Location: Whittier Skatepark or La Serna HS
  • Private 1-on-1 Lessons | Small Groups
  • New Students 15% OFF- Use Code NEW15 at checkout Does not apply to discount packages
  • Courses Offered:
    Learn to Skate, Beginner, Intermediate
  • Available Rentals:
    Skates (kids sizes 11-3, Women's sizes 4-9), Knee & Elbow Pads, Wrist Guards, Bumsavers and Helmets
  • For students with under 2 weeks of skating experience.
  • Using a mix of assisted and unassisted stationary and dynamic training for proper forward skating including bubbles, scissoring, basic turning techniques, safely stopping and falling.
  • Not eligible for skatepark lessons
  • For students who have tried rollerskating and have at least 2-4 weeks of experience.
  • Using a mix of unassisted stationary and dynamic training for faster forward skating including backwards skating, more advanced turning techniques,  and additional stopping and falling techniques..
  • Not eligible for skatepark lessons
  • For students who have a strong command of the beginner basics and are ready to learn more advanced tricks.
  • Using dynamic training to improve basics tricks, refine backwards skating, crossovers, one foot skating,  jumps, 180 turns, and much more.
  • Eligible for skatepark lessons.
  • For students who have a strong command of intermediate level tricks and are ready to string together lines, trick combinations and even competition training.
  • Improving intermediate tricks and consistency to create trick lines.
  • Eligible for skatepark lessons.
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Protective gear needed - details on Gear Up Page

  • REQUIRED - > Helmet
  • REQUIRED - > Knee & Elbow pads
  • REQUIRED - > Wrist Guards
  • OPTIONAL -> Bumsaver, mouth guard

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Rental Shop

Be sure to bring your properly sized and well-maintained rollerskates and protective gear or rent them from us at least 24 hours in advance of your lesson via our online rental shop.

Required protective gear:

Helmets should fit snug around the head and front sits just above the eyebrows

○     Put knee pads that slip on before skates

○     Wrist guards-plastic part sits on the palm side of hand

●     Socks: Wear cushioned crew socks to avoid blisters

●     Bring plenty of drinking water

●     Apply sunscreen prior to your outdoor lesson/ class

Arrive early to gear up before the start of the lesson.

Helmet, knee/ elbow pads and wrist guards
Check rollerskate parts are intact and functioning well (toe stops screwed in tight, wheels rolling, cushions not disintegrated if vintage, laces not frayed.