The Pineville Ice House provides year round figure skating programs and events for toddlers, children, teens and adults. For inquiries, please visit our Contact Us page.
Year round classes for toddlers, children, teens and adults. Skates are included with all classes. Programs endorsed by Learn To Skate USA and USA Hockey.
Freestyle sessions provide practice ice for beginner to advanced figure skaters and their coaches. Please visit our Instructor page for information about private coaching.
Year round and seasonal classes focused on developing intermediate to advanced figure skating skills including: edge control, turns, spins, jumps, footwork and performance posture. Advanced classes add full rotation jumps and lessons in edge quality, power, flow, transition steps between elements, speed and endurance.
Eight to sixteen figure skaters perform a program set to music. Team members skate in unison with formations that include lines, blocks, circles, wheels and intersections along with required turns and step sequences. Our teams compete regionally and nationally at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. The competitive season runs September through February.
Skaters use music, costume, props and choreography to tell a story. Acting, facial expressions and audience appeal are very important in Theatre On Ice. This program is open to all skaters level Basic 3 Skate and up. No theatre on ice or synchronized skating experience is necessary. Skaters perform local exhibitions and compete nationally once per season.
U.S. Figure Skating sanctioned shows, competitions and test sessions. Charlotte Figure Skating Club Winter and Spring shows. Test sessions to pass USFS Moves In The Field, Free Skating, Pattern Dance and Free Dance levels
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