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  • Ages 5-14
  • 90 minute lessons
  • Grouped by age + skill level
  • Mental skills training included

Description

Join one of our weekly 90 minute skateboarding classes. Each skateboard lesson includes a 10-15 breaking training on one of the mental skills from our "Carry On Curriculum." Learn more about our approach and coaching philosophy here.

What is my skill level?

Class Level Qualifications

Beginner

1

  • Little or no prior experience
  • Working on fundamentals of pushing, riding, turning, balance, and coordination

Beginner

2

  • Some experience pushing and riding a skateboard
  • Needs help maintaining momentum and balancing as they practice riding up and down ramps and “dropping in.”
  • Can pivot on the back wheels (kick turn/tic tac) and balance on the tail (tailstall) while stationary.

Intermediate

3

  • Comfortable riding and maneuvering on flat ground and up and down small to medium banks on their own.
  • Lift the front of their board to pivot 180 degrees in either direction
  • Balance on the back wheels while riding (manual)
  • Ride off small ledges on their own.
  • “Drop in” to a small half pipe or quarter pipe (2’-3’)
  • Maintain speed in a halfpipe by “pumping.”
  • Perform a basic ollie while stationary

Intermediate

4

  • Proficient in riding, maneuvering, and maintaining speed over a variety of terrain.
  • Working on tricks and maneuvers (axle stalls, slash grinds, rock n’ rolls) at coping level (metal lip on halfpipe).
  • Drop in on a 4’+ halfpipe or quarterpipe
  • “Rock-to-fakie” on small half pipe or quarter pipe
  • Tail Stall on small half pipe or quarter pipe
  • Jump/Manual off medium sized (12” +) ledges and ramps
  • Perform an ollie while rolling
  • Kickturn at the top of a small-medium sized quarter pipe/halfpipe

Advanced

5

  • Rock-to-fakie
  • Tail stall
  • Axle stall
  • Rock n’ roll
  • Half Cab rock
  • Frontside and backside slash grinds
  • Ollie onto a small-medium box or ledge (5-10”) and off small ledges and drops.

Advanced

6

  • The skater’s pathway is more differentiated as they have their own style preferences. Coaching is customized and can focus on their interests or rounding out their skill set.
  • Vert: Skaters are riding bigger (6’ +) halfpipes, bowls, and ramps on their own and want to practice lip tricks that they can translate to larger terrain.
  • Street: Skaters have started learning flip tricks and grinding/sliding rails, ledges, and boxes (street).

Group Lesson Schedule

Groups Limited to 5 participants. Use Registration form to view current availability

Summer Schedule: June 6 - August 12

* Closed Jun 17-24, July 4, and July 25th

Skill + Age Day/Tim

Beginner 5-9

Tues 9-10:30

Tues 10:30-12

Wed 9-10:30

Thurs 9-10:30

Beginner 10-14

Wed 9-10:30

Intermediate 5-9

Tues 9-10:30

Thurs 10:30-12

Intermediate 10-14

Wed 10:30-12

Thurs 9-10:30

Advanced

Tues 10:30-12

Wed 10:30-12

Thurs 10:30-12

Girls Beginner

Fri 9:00 - 10:30

Girls Intermediate

Fri 10:30 - 12

CARRY ON FOUNDATION

$35.00 / 90 min lesson

Register Now

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Choose Your Session

Summer schedule runs June 6 - August 12

**Closed Jun 17-24, July 4, and July 25th**

Value is required
Required
Value is required
Registration successfully submitted! We will be in contact with you shortly.

Details

  • Ages 5-14
  • 90 minute lessons
  • Grouped by age + skill level
  • Mental skills training included

Description

Join one of our weekly 90 minute skateboarding classes. Each skateboard lesson includes a 10-15 breaking training on one of the mental skills from our "Carry On Curriculum." Learn more about our approach and coaching philosophy here.

What is my skill level?

Class Level Qualifications

Beginner

1

  • Little or no prior experience
  • Working on fundamentals of pushing, riding, turning, balance, and coordination

Beginner

2

  • Some experience pushing and riding a skateboard
  • Needs help maintaining momentum and balancing as they practice riding up and down ramps and “dropping in.”
  • Can pivot on the back wheels (kick turn/tic tac) and balance on the tail (tailstall) while stationary.

Intermediate

3

  • Comfortable riding and maneuvering on flat ground and up and down small to medium banks on their own.
  • Lift the front of their board to pivot 180 degrees in either direction
  • Balance on the back wheels while riding (manual)
  • Ride off small ledges on their own.
  • “Drop in” to a small half pipe or quarter pipe (2’-3’)
  • Maintain speed in a halfpipe by “pumping.”
  • Perform a basic ollie while stationary

Intermediate

4

  • Proficient in riding, maneuvering, and maintaining speed over a variety of terrain.
  • Working on tricks and maneuvers (axle stalls, slash grinds, rock n’ rolls) at coping level (metal lip on halfpipe).
  • Drop in on a 4’+ halfpipe or quarterpipe
  • “Rock-to-fakie” on small half pipe or quarter pipe
  • Tail Stall on small half pipe or quarter pipe
  • Jump/Manual off medium sized (12” +) ledges and ramps
  • Perform an ollie while rolling
  • Kickturn at the top of a small-medium sized quarter pipe/halfpipe

Advanced

5

  • Rock-to-fakie
  • Tail stall
  • Axle stall
  • Rock n’ roll
  • Half Cab rock
  • Frontside and backside slash grinds
  • Ollie onto a small-medium box or ledge (5-10”) and off small ledges and drops.

Advanced

6

  • The skater’s pathway is more differentiated as they have their own style preferences. Coaching is customized and can focus on their interests or rounding out their skill set.
  • Vert: Skaters are riding bigger (6’ +) halfpipes, bowls, and ramps on their own and want to practice lip tricks that they can translate to larger terrain.
  • Street: Skaters have started learning flip tricks and grinding/sliding rails, ledges, and boxes (street).

Group Lesson Schedule

Groups Limited to 5 participants. Use Registration form to view current availability

Summer Schedule: June 6 - August 12

* Closed Jun 17-24, July 4, and July 25th

Skill + Age Day/Time

Beginner 5-9

Tues 9-10:30

Tues 10:30-12

Wed 9-10:30

Thurs 9-10:30

Beginner 10-14

Wed 9-10:30

Intermediate 5-9

Tues 9-10:30

Thurs 10:30-12

Intermediate 10-14

Wed 10:30-12

Thurs 9-10:30

Advanced

Tues 10:30-12

Wed 10:30-12

Thurs 10:30-12

Girls Beginner

Fri 9:00 - 10:30

Girls Intermediate

Fri 10:30 - 12:00

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