Thanks for your interest in
taking a free lesson.
If you are registered with the progam at it's site, you will be able to receive one free 45 minute group lesson on May 12.
If you are unable to attend, or it is rained out, you will be able to receive a 2-for-1 lesson. You will be able to bring a friend and share a lesson for my usual individual rate of $50.
Please sign up here for my
emailing list so I can keep you informed.
Preparing for your lesson
If you intend to buy, get a pair of skates that are comfortable for you. That is the single most important factor. Get protective gear. I require that my students wear a helmet, wrist guards, and elbow and knee pads. If you rent skates, make sure you get all the gear as well.
If you own skates, wear them. Wear them at home as much as possible. If you are not comfortable doing this before the first lesson, do it after. It's less important that you roll around the house than it is that you build confidence standing and walking in them.
Do inner thigh exercises. Lay
your side and lift the leg touching the floor off the floor. Use
or skates if you have them. Don't hurt, just work the muscles. These
the ones that will keep you standing while you skate.
Even if I don't get the chance to teach you, take a lesson. It's simply the best way to begin to experience this wonderful low-level flight.
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