Preschool children will be taught basic skills such as standing, balance, gliding, forwards and backwards and other required skills to progress through the Wave PreSchool Program. Report cards or certificate will be given out at the end of each Session.
Meet Our Lead Instructor
My name is Nitika Rattanpal.
I started skating at the age of 3. I began competitively figure skating at the age of 8 after joining my first synchronized skating team out of Burlington, NEXXICE. I have had the honor and privilege of skating at the provincial, national and international levels representing both Ontario and Team Canada. My love for skating grew into a love for coaching the next generation of young skaters. I have now been coaching for 6 years. I am currently in University pursuing a bachelor of science in Nursing and am on track to become a registered nurse in 2024.
Tell us What Level Of Skater Your Child Is!
How do I choose what level my child is?
We are brand new to skating, no experience whatsoever
Some experience. We can stand, and walk on the ice.
Intermediate. Beginning to glide on ice, no walking.
For ages 3-10. choose from 40-minute classes running in two segment, fall & winter. Choose Saturday mornings & Sunday mornings.
LEARN TO SKATE. Level 1.
Professionally Certified Coaches with their Trained Instructors, teach children skating skills using toys, music and games. Preschool children will be taught basic skills such as standing, balance, gliding, forwards and backwards and other required skills to progress through the Wave PreSchool Program. Report cards will be given out at the end of each Session. Neck guards and helmets with full cages are mandatory.
STANDARD LEARN TO SKATE. level 2
for ages 8-13 years. This program is for our older group of skaters entering into the skating world!
PRE HOCKEY. level 3.
For ages 5-10. This program is for boys & girls ready to step-up their basic skating skills while using a hockey stick in fun 40 minute classes. Focus will be on forwards, backwards, stops and starts, crossovers and turns. Skater must be able to glide forwards and backwards. Coaches reserve the right to move skaters back to the Learn to Skate program. No hockey equipment to be worn, shin and elbow pads are allowed.
Note: To participate in our Pre-Power Skating program, skaters must have already passed the Wave Level 3 of our Learn to Skate program or an equivalent. Coaches can assess skaters on first day or before if they are already in another program. Skaters may be moved at coaches’ discretion.