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About the School of Skating

Welcome to our School of Skating!

We offer lessons for all levels and ages, from beginners to advanced skaters. Our experienced instructors cover fundamentals, dance skating, jam skating, and artistic skating. Enjoy private or group classes available year-round, and event services for parties or special occasions. We aim to create an inclusive, supportive environment for everyone to improve and enjoy skating. 


Private lessons

your instructors

Meet our dynamic team of instructors! Each one has a unique approach and style. Our instructors are dedicated to helping you reach your goals. Discover which one is the perfect fit for you and elevate your skating to the next level. Try them all for a well-rounded experience!


Fundamentals Instructor


Stephanie is a blast on wheels! She's passionate about teaching roller skating fundamentals to newbies, beginners & intermediate skaters. Her Sunday class ("The Basics") is the perfect place to work on fundamentals, learn your first few tricks & meet other skaters. When she's not on the rink, she's teaches art to children at school, teaches yoga and she's an avid two-stepper. With her expert guidance and enthusiasm, you'll be flowing around the rink in no time. So, lace up and join Stephanie for a fun-filled roller skating experience!


South Austin, TX - Austin Roller Rink


"They have instruction for all skill levels during many different times throughout the week with experienced instructors in different areas of skating..."

Kelsey Nelson

tips for children

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1. Get Them Skates

If your child is 7 or younger, please consider purchasing them their own skates. The skates offered at the rink will be very slippery and heavy. If you get them their own skates, Coach Jackie can tighten their wheels to make them easier to stand on (this will take 10 minutes of the lesson).


2. Start with A 1-on-1

Start off with a 25 minute private lesson... especially if it is their first 1-2 times on skates and keep it solo. It is possible to add another skater to a private, but kids typically need A LOT of help those first few skates. If you do end up doing a double lesson, it is best to cut the lesson in half and allow the teacher to focus on each skater for one-half the allotted time.

Toy Brain

3. Know this...

The first 1-3 days of roller skating will feel and seem IMPOSSIBLE for most people & especially young ones. Day 1 is usually a lot of falls, but don't worry, it is all part of the process. On day's 3-5 they should be standing up over their wheels a lot more and rolling... but it might take a little longer for them to look like they are actually skating. For the best learning curve, try to get your kid in skates 3x a week. If that isn't possible, shoot for at least 1x a week.

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