$90 USD / lesson

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  • Ages 4+
  • 60-90 min lesson
  • Mental Skills Training
  • 1 on 1 attention
  • Choose your coach
  • Option to set location to a public skatepark depending on coach availability


Jumpstart your progression with a one-on-one training session with one of our experienced and supportive instructors. This is also a good option for those who are interested in skateboarding but too young for classes or camps. Open to all skill levels. Ages 4+ 

What is my skill level?

Class Level Qualifications



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



  • 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.



  • 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



  • 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



  • 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.



  • 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).