Like the idea of becoming a great roller skater, but not sure which one of our classes is right for you?
Learning is easier than ever with SKATEROBICS. Our goal is to make it simple and convenient for our participants to acquire new skills, wherever they are . In a fast-paced world that’s constantly changing, it’s time for you to take learning into your own hands.
We offer a variety of classes suitable for every learning type and level.
Our classes are designed to give you the skills and the knowledge you need to thrive in becoming a great roller skater.
Have a blast learning new dance routines to a variety of music.
Tuesday Beginner Class @ 6 pm EST
Tuesday Advance Class @ 7:15pm EST
Please arrive 15 minutes early.
Learn to Roller Skate & Roller Dance
and become a confident skater.
Saturdays 10am - 11:30am (Beginners)
Saturdays 12pm - 2pm (Intermediate/Advance)
Fridays 8:30pm- 10:00pm (All Levels)
*Limited space available
*Limited Skates Available
In The News
ONE-ON-ONE training coming soon!
Our classes are designed to be fun and keep you active while you learn to roller skate . SKATEROBICS gives you the tools to gain an advantage through specialized training. Join us on Quad Skates wherever you are in the world for our live online personal training classes.
Learn more about our classes and feel free to reach out with any questions
SKATEROBICS ONLINE Live Classes
You’re invited to take control of your learning by joining our community. We’ve strived to create the perfect virtual learning experience for all our participants. From offering a variety of classes to catering to multiple levels, you’re sure to find the class or lesson that you’re looking for.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
A computer, laptop, tablet or phone
A space free of obstacles
We highly recommend using protective gear such as helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards.
Classes will be presented via ZOOM.
You will receive a confirmation email with the link to the class after you purchase your class.
Class will open 15 minutes early for our “Meet and Greet” questions, comments, and tips.
Let's get social
Frequently asked questions
What kind of floor is best to skate on?
Wood or concrete is best but anywhere that is flat, smooth, and free from tripping hazards will do. Get that broom out and sweep before you skate!
Will my skates damage my floor?
Clean wheels should not damage your floor. But before you skate, take a close look at your wheels to make sure there are no rocks or other metal stuck in your wheel that could scratch your floor.
Can I use my skates outside?
Yes! Please read more below about outdoor skating surface
What kind of surface should I be looking for outside?
You want smooth and even a surface as possible, free of twigs, rocks, and other debris (bring your broom). If you are wearing soft outdoor wheels you can skate on any outdoor surface but if you have indoor wheels you will want to find smooth asphalt or a painted basketball or tennis court.
Will we be able to see you skating?
Yes you will!