Learn Inline Skating with Bernard E. Scoville!

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Private lessons $35 for one person and $15 for each additional person; make you own classes.

Call 916-568-1491 for information and to arrange.    

Skating Lesson Testimonials:

Billyann and Joan give testimonials after their April 12, 2008 skating lesson. Nicki and Sandy give testimonials after their June 14, 2008 skating lesson. Terri provides a testimonial after her May 16, 2009 Beginning Inline Skating Lesson.

Billyann and Joan Skating Lesson Testimonials  

  Nicki and Sandy Skating Lesson Testimonials

  Terri Skating Lesson Testimonial

Will, Daniel, and Wendy provide testimonials after their June 20, 2009 Beginning Inline Skating Lesson. Lorraine provides a testimonial after her September 12, 2009 Beginning Inline Skating Lesson. Carlene provides a testimonia.after her December 20, 2009 Beginning Inline Skating Lesson.

  Will, Daniel, and Wendy Skating Lesson Testimonials

  Lorraine Skating Lesson Testimonial

  Carleen Skating Lesson Testimonial

Taylor, Allison (Mother), and Jared provide testimonials after the July 17, 2010 Beginning Inline Skating Lessons of Taylor and Jared. Christina provides a testimonial after her August 14, 2010 Beginning Inline Skating Lesson. Christina provides a testimonial after her August 14, 2010 Beginning Inline Skating Lesson.

  Taylor, Allison, Jared Skating Lesson Testimonials

  Christina Skating Lesson Testimonial

  Dianna Skating Lesson Testimonial

Graphic link to Deanna's testimonial after her September 27, 2011 Beginning Inline Skating Lesson. Graphic link to Danette and LaShea giving testimonials after their August 11, 2012 skating lesson. Graphic link to testimonial from Nellie after her November 17, 2012 Beginning Inline Skating Lesson.

  Deanna Skating Lesson Testimonial

  LaShea and Danette Skating Lesson Testimonials

  Nellie Skating Lesson Testimonial

 

Why Skate?

Lots of fun!

Enjoy skater friends!

Great low impact aerobic exercise!

Burn 570 calories an hour!

Improve your balance!

Improve your bone strength!

Bring back/intensify your childhood!


 

Beginning lessons. Learn:

Wearing pads.

Falling safely.

The duck walk.

The ready position.

Stopping with the heel brake.

Striding and Gliding.

Turning.

Other useful techniques.

Location of Skating Lessons:
The Stanford Park (205 27th Street) picnic tables at the corner of 28th and C Streets.

Google Map

Stanford Park (205 27th Street) lessons start at picnic tables at the corner of 28th and C Streets.

Photo of Stanford Park Picnic Tables - Class Meeting Place:

Picnic Tables at Stanford Park, 28th and C Streets

 

Protective gear - wrist guards, elbow pads, knee pads, and a helmet must be worn.

All participants must wear wrist guards, elbow pads, knee pads, and a helmet. This equipment must be purchased; as far as I know, skates and protective gear can no longer be rented in Sacramento, except for use in skating rinks.

You can try skating equipment and inline skates in a skating rink at a reasonable price before you buy your own equipment.

When you buy skates make sure they fit.  It is good to try them out in the store to make sure they are comfortable.  The wheels should roll easily.  I like The Sports Authority and Big 5. For online shopping, I like www.inlinewarehouse.com/

 

     

Call 916-568-1491 to schedule your class or individual lesson.

 

 

   

 

More information:

Instructor: Bernard E. Scoville,

International Inline Skating Association

and United Skate Schools Group

Certified Instructor. More info:

http://www.sacramentoskating.com/

916-568-1491.

 

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