Introduction

Synchronised skating is a discipline of figure skating where 8-20 skaters skate on ice as a team (the number of skaters on a team often depends on the level), moving as one flowing unit at high speeds while completing difficult footwork.

For a Synchronised Skating team to flow in unison, individual skaters must be competent at a variety of skating skills, including speed, footwork and performance. The team performs a program set to music, with required formations, perform step sequences involving a number of various turns, and simpler turns.

In Junior and Senior competitions, teams are required to perform two different Competition Segments: Short Program and Free Skating. The Short Program is more technical in nature, where the Free Skating is longer and provides an opportunity to showcase expression, emotion and interpretation.


Synchronised Skating Lesson Price List

Group Lessons Offer

*All information is subject to change without prior notice.

Type Of Lessons
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Course Price $1,200 (45 mins x 5 lessons)
No. of Students 4 students or above per course
Age Group 6 years old or above (Freestyle 3 or above)

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Course Regulations

  • Payment method: Cash, Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard and UnionPay) or Cheque payable to “Rink Management Group Ltd.”. Postdated cheque is not accepted. (Please write down the student name and contact number at the back of the cheque.)
  • HK$50 non-refundable administration fee is required for first-time enrolment.
  • Once the course has commenced, the lesson fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Private and Semi-private lessons are valid for a total of eight weeks only, after which the balance of unused lessons will be forfeited. There will be no refund for forfeited lessons. Lesson enquiries and Private/Semi-private lesson rescheduling may be made via the skating school hotline. For rescheduling of Private/Semiprivate lesson, a minimum of 24 hours advanced notice is required. Lesson cancellation due to sickness will be accepted on lesson day only with a doctor's certificate.
  • The commencement date of the Semi-private, Group and Synchronised Skating Course will be confirmed when the minimum number of students for the course has been met. In the event of student withdrawals before the course starts, the commencement date can only be re-confirmed when additional student(s) enable the minimum requirement to be met.
  • Semi-private and group lessons will be conducted as scheduled. No rescheduling request will be accommodated. Absentee students forsake all missed lessons.
  • Lesson fee includes ice usage, coach tuition & one pair of skates rental for student.
  • Lesson fee must be settled at least one working day before the first lesson begins.
  • To ensure a booking for re-enrolment, students are recommended to make payment before the last lesson of their current course.
  • Lessons will be cancelled when a Black Rainstorm Warning Signal or a Typhoon Signal No.8 or above is hoisted. Students will be notified of the rescheduled lesson afterwards.
  • Students should check-in at school counter 15 minutes before the lesson starts, neither further arrangement of lesson nor make-up class for late comer.
  • Students should wear gloves, long-sleeved jacket/ shirt and long pants during the times on ice.
  • Rental skates must be returned to the Skate Counter before exiting.
  • Parents are recommended to accompany their children during the lessons and at all times in the rink. Parents are also recommended to collect their children at the entrance of the rink when each lesson ends.
  • Students must read and comply with the accident disclaimer and skating safety rules and regulations before lessons start.
  • Schedules and prices are subject to change without prior notice.
  • Weekend price will be applied to July and Auguest Weekday Lessons.
  • Please read the Enrolment Information and Course Regulations before enrolment.
  • Accidents can occur during any recreational activity, and both beginners and high-level skaters are exposed to the risk of injury in the ice rink owing to their own or others' miscalculation. Interested parties should take this into full consideration before enrolment. The rink operator, owners and management cannot be held responsible for any injuries during lessons.
  • Personal data collection statement: The personal data will only be used for the purpose to process applications for the stated course(s).