say you have made up your mind to learn to skate or improve your skills. Perhaps you need a
new workout activity, want to skate with your kids, or have extra time
now that you are retired. How do you go about it?
many people just purchase skates, put them on their feet, and go.
While this works for some, it also results in many sore rumps and
skates that are gathering dust in closets all across America. Instead,
you are much, much better off taking a lesson as you will be more
likely to master and enjoy the sport.
you decide to take a lesson, we suggest you look farther than your
spouse (who can learn anything from a spouse?) or your good friend who
is an avid skater. The reality is teaching skating is a lot harder than doing it.
joining us at Camp Rollerblade! We believe Camp Rollerblade is the
single best option available if you want to learn to skate or improve your skills.
Consider these benefits:
- Expert Instruction Our lead instructor is Liz Miller, certified by both the Inline Certification Program and the Skate Instructors Association. Our camp instruction has been developed over more than a decade of teaching adult beginners.
- Multiple Days
One lesson is good. Two is better. At Camp Rollerblade, you get
multiple days of instruction. While many people initially think our
camps might be too long, our camp graduates tell us they are just right.
- Instruction at Your Level
We provide instruction at your level and there is
no need to worry about whether you are a good enough skater to join us.
Many participants will have had no experience at all
on skates or will have only tried skating a few times. At our Hilton
Head Camp & Mini Tour, we accommodate a range of ability levels
from absolute beginner to those already have some comfort on skates.
- For All Ages
Camp Rollerblade is for all ages. The average age of participants
at our adult camps is 49 and we regularly have participants at each
Camp from the teens into the 60s or even 70s. Kids are welcome if
accompanied by a participating adult.
Still not convinced? Read this unsolicited letter from a participant on our very first Camp to our owner or these comments from past participants.