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Power Skating

Better skating for any sport!

The philosophy of our Power Skating program at CCA is to improve and refine pre-existing skills and develop new skills away from the hockey or ringette game. We focus on making sure that once you remove the game play, strategy, and stick handling, there is a strong foundational skater. Particular emphasis is put on posture, shoulder placement, control, edge work, balance, and efficiency of movement.

This program is for children ages 7+. The child must turn 7 before the start of the program. There is only one Power Skating class, so skaters in this program are a wide range of ages and skill levels. All skaters will have the opportunity to work through our skills list to the best of their ability, some faster than others, but with equal opportunity. 

View the list of skills that are covered in this class here.

Participants must have previous hockey/ringette/skating experience including completion of our Hockey Buddies program or participation in Timbits or any similar program.

Classes for the 2022-2023 skating season are currently full and no longer accepting registrations. Registration for the 2023-2024 skating season will open on May 1, 2023 with classes beginning in October.


Full Year: October 6 to December 8, 2022 and January 5 to March 9, 2023

Thursday Afternoons
Power Skating: 3:45-4:30pm



Hockey Buddies

Great hockey players start here!

The Hockey Buddies programs focus on basic skating skills and introducing basic hockey skills.

This program is for children ages 4-5. This is a non-parented class - parents will not be permitted on the ice to assist their child. Skaters must be able to get up in full equipment on their own. 

Participants must have previous skating experience:

  • All participants must be able to skate the length of the ice and get up on their own. 
  • Both sessions are of equal skill level. 
  • Skaters who do not meet these requirements will be moved to the appropriate level program as required.

Classes for the fall (October to December) semester are currently full and no longer accepting registrations. Registration for the winter (January to March) semester is currently open and filling fast.

REGISTER NOW for winter classes


Fall Session - October 5 to December 7, 2022

Winter Session - January 4 to March 8, 2023

Wednesday Afternoons
Session 1: 1:30-2:15pm
Session 2: 2:15-3:00pm


The CCA Figure Skating Club is not affiliated with, or endorsed by Skate Canada. No relationship between the two entities exists, implied or otherwise.