What is the Rinks Artistic Skating Team & Star Skate Program?
The Rinks Artistic Skating Team (RAST) is a new approach to artistic roller skating! Unlike most programs in the United States, ours is class based. From first steps to double axels, students will train primarily in group settings. This style of training provides skaters with a better sense of comradery and parents a more affordable alternative throughout their athletes careers.
Students brand new to skating begin in our Star Skate Program, a 30 minute class followed by 30 minutes of off skates fun! As they progress through the four levels of this program, they learn body awareness and master foundational skills that they will use for life! This program is a variation of the USA Roller Sports Star Program. It has been modified to help students progress quickly and more efficiently through their fundamental skills.
Where Should New Skaters Start?
Skaters new to the program will start week one in Star Skate: Level 1, which is open to beginner artistic skaters as well as new hockey players to learn to the fundamentals of skating.
Intro Session Class Information
Wednesdays, May 31; June 7, 14 & 21
- 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. - Youth Instruction
- 5:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Adult Instruction
The first intro session from May-June is free!
Join our Rinks & Great Park Ice Learn to Skate interest list to receive information on upcoming classes:
For more information, contact:
Irvine Inline Program Office
Skating School Lead - Candice Clifford
General Manager - Ron Alexander