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In skating there is no consolidated guide to levels, like you would find in martial arts or language schools, which clarifies duration and minimum/maximum content of each level of skating. Each skate school follows its own pattern, for this reason we present our own guide based on the parameters that we consider adequate for each student to comprehend their current level.

Our method is called: Learn to Skate Path. This guide will help the student to acquire knowledge in classes and practice adequate exercises at each level. You can download the pdf Student Guide by clicking here

I have never skated or I have done a couple of hours on rollerblades.  I’m scared to skate alone, and need to hold someone’s hand when skating or not being sporty. Normally, you describe yourself as a Complete Beginner. I can’t pass the A-Exam.

I need Private Lessons 

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I have skated a few times, I have practised other sports. I have never skated in the street; I have only skated in the park. I am able to pass this exam:

CLICK TO WATCH THE EXAM VIDEO TO ACCESS TO BEGINNER

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I know how to do T-Stop and I don’t have Heel Brake on my skates, I have finished Sunday Stroll. I skate in the street although I won’t go out onto the road alone. 

CLICK TO WATCH THE EXAM VIDEO TO ACCESS TO INTERMEDIATE

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I skate well in the street, faster than pedestrians but I find it difficult to slide in the street. I can finish London Friday Night Skate

I CAN PROVE I PASS THE C-EXAM. CLICK TO WATCH THE VIDEO 

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I skate well in the street, I can slide, go backwards on the streets, but I want more skating repertoire to do my own Freeskate.

I CAN PROVE I PASS THE D-EXAM. VIDEO SOON

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