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TSPC offers a complete program of activities for beginner skaters to elite and Olympic athletes. Whatever your level or interest, our goal is to make your skating experience a success.

The Skating Department and its professional staff share a love of skating and an unmatched standard of quality. Accompanying a wealth of expertise is a genuine caring for each skater and his or her individual needs.

The Skating School administers all of the ice-skating activities including:

  • Learn to Skate & Learn to Play Hockey Programs
  • Skating Fitness Camps
  • Winter Holiday Show
  • Winter Fast Track Classes
  • Summer of Excellence - Figure Skating Camp
  • Step Up To The Next Level - Training Camp 101
  • Spring Fling ISI Open Competition
  • Be A Star ISI In-House Competition

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The Toyota Sports Performance Center offers Learn to Skate and Learn to Play Hockey Fitness Camps throughout the year.  These Fitness Camps are designed to teach the fundamentals of skating so individuals can continue on as a hockey player, figure skater or recreational skater. The primary program goal is for every skater to correctly learn all the skills introduced in a level before advancing to the next level.


Beach Babies (3-4 years old)

If your child is ages 3-4 and has never skated, this is the starting point. Beach Baby group classes are based on the ISI weSkate Program. Beach Babies are Parent and Me format.  Children learn a little bit of skating while having fun.

Tot Levels I and II (4-5 year olds)

Children will advance through Tot levels 1-4 with each level gradually becoming more challenging.
Tot Level - I

  • Proper way to fall and get up.
  • Marching in place
  • Marching while moving

Tot Level - II

  • 2-foot jump
  • Single swizzle
  • 2-foot glide

Tot Levels III and IV (4-5 year olds)

Tot Level - III

  • Push and glide stroking
  • Preparation for snowplow stop
  • Dip and forward swizzle

Tot Level - IV

  • Left and right T-position puch
  • backward swizzle
  • 2-foot snow plow and backward wiggle

Pre-Alpha (6-14 year olds)

  • 2-foot glide and 1-foot glide
  • Forward swizzle
  • backward wiggle and backward swizzle

Alpha and Beta (6-14 year olds)


  • Forward stroking
  • Left and Right forward crossovers
  • 1-foot snowplow stop


  • Backward stroking
  • Left and right backward crossovers
  • Left and right T-stop

Gamma and Delta (6-14 year olds)


  • Left and right outside 3-turn
  • Left and right open mohawk combination
  • hockey stop


  • Left and right inside 3-turn
  • Inside and outside edges
  • Shoot-the-duck, lunge and bunny hop


Hockey Group Classes (4+ to Adults)

Hockey Basics – Entry Level - Helmet & Mask, No Stick 

  • Proper way to fall and get up
  • Forward and backward skating
  • Beginning skating skills and hockey technique

Hockey Basics II – Skating Skills Prep – Helmet & Mask, No Stick

  • Teaches advanced skating skills and hockey technique
  • Stick preparation

Learn to Play  - Stick Intro – Full Gear With Stick 

  • Stick handling and puck control

Be A Player - Skill Development – Full Gear 

  • Drills,  Stick Handling,  Scrimmage

Legends Prep - Focus on Team Play – Full Gear 

  • Learning the game w/ fundamentals

Power Skating - Skating Development

  • Quickness and Conditioning  


Freestyle Group Fitness Camps

Freestyle group fitness camps focus on more advance Learn to Skate skills including jumping, spinning and gliding maneuvers. The primary program goal is for every skater to correctly learn all the skills introduced in a level before advancing to the next level.

Freestyle Levels I, II and III (6-14 year olds)

FS Level - I

  • Waltz jump and half flip
  • Forward spiral, 2-foot spin and forward inside pivot
  • Backwards inner and outer edges

FS Level - II

  • Ballet jump and half toe walley
  • Half lutz and 1-foot spin
  • Forward edge spirals and dance step sequence

FS Level III

  • Toe loop or toe walley and salchow
  • Back pivot and backward spiral
  • Change foot spin and dance step sequence

Freestyle Levels IV and V (6-14 year olds)

FS Level - IV

  • Flip jump, half loop jump, loop jump and sit-spin
  • Left and right backward edge spirals
  • Dance step sequence

FS Level - V

  • Lutz jump and camel spin
  • Camel-sit spin
  • Back scratch apin and axel jump


Our advanced and specialty group fitness camps are designed to expand your skating skills and focus on specific aspects of skating. These group fitness camps are a great way to improve and build upon your skating foundation and explore intricate and more creative pathways of the skating.




Please call Cindy Brozzoski for more details or information. Thanks.

Cindy Brozzoski

Cindy Brozzoski


Phone: 310-535-4413