Artistic roller skating is an exciting and graceful sport which challenges people of all ages to develop their strength and endurance to compete in a range of disciplines.
Logan City Skate Around is an artistic roller skating club based in the Logan region in South East Queensland. The club encourages all skaters to develop their roller skating skills.
Learn to Skate Covid-19 Update
The current Coronavirus requirements mean that non-essential gatherings indoors must be kept at less than 100 people. After consultation with Mt Warren Sports Centre and Skate Queensland, we are able to continue our Learn to Skate program with some modifications in place.
Commencing immediately, we will be adjusting our Learn to Skate program to fit within the 100 person guideline. This means that:
There will be no session / general skate time and cost for the classes will be reduced to $4 per attendance – half price.
These classes will take place on Court 1 and all participating skaters and instructor must keep 1 – 1.5m distance at all times. Spectating parents are asked to sit with this social distancing method in mind.
Skaters in the first group can arrive between 9.30am – 9.45am and must leave the building immediately following the end of their class. Skaters in the second group should arrive between 10.15am – 10.30am, but will be asked by Centre staff to wait outside until the first group have vacated the building. They should also vacate the building immediately following their class.
Skaters who require assistance for balance (particularly Level 0) will require a parent to assist them. Instructors will maintain a ‘hands off’ policy and will not be able to assist directly, but can coach the parent in providing the appropriate support.
Learn to Skate participants should bring only 1 parent with them to assist in limiting the numbers of extra people in the building.
Any skater / family who have been overseas in the past 14 days will not be able to participate. Any skater / family who have had contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19 will not be able to participate. We will be screening participants on arrival in relation to this.
Some General Reminders:
Learn to Skate
Adult Learn to Skate class are held at 10:00am on Saturday mornings. This class is planned with the special needs of our adult skaters in mind. The instructor is one of the club's senior competition skaters and is a qualified junior coach. Whether you are a beginner, or have skated before, this class is for you. The skill levels of the regular participants range from raw beginner to skaters who participate in Masters competitions. The aim of this class is to get you skating, and above all, have some exercise and fun. Bring your children and show them what you can do !
Learn to Skate - Skate Stars Programme classes are held at 10:00am on Saturday mornings. These classes follow a five (5) step formal plan where participants learn specific skating skills as they progress from Level 0 through to Level 4. The instructors are some of the club's senior competition skaters and each is a qualified junior coach. The aim of these classes is to get you skating in a controlled and supervised environment while having fun. Bring your parents or guardians and show them what you can do !
Both the Adult Learn to Skate and Learn to Skate - Skate Stars Programme classes are supervised by our Head Coach, Anita Hunt. Anita's experience and knowledge gained as a skater, a competitor, a coach, and her role as the High Performance Coach for Australia means that participants are in good hands.
If you have any queries, please contact us by sending us a message from our Contact Us page.
Remember that skate hire is free for both classes, and that the first time you "Learn to Skate" with us is free for new skaters. Bring a friend who has not skated before and have some fun!
2020 Skating Year
In addition to the normal league competitions and proficiency tests, other major skating competitions will be hosted locally at the Mt Warren Sports Centre. These are:
The following events will be hosted nationally and internationally:
2020 Club Membership
Skaters who were club members in 2019, or earlier, will need to complete and pay for 2020 membership before being able to take the floor. This is an insurance requirement. More details relating to membership, include forms that can be downloaded and printed, can be found on the Member Information page.
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