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 Fall 2024 Learn to Skate

with New England Roller Sports!

Our Basic Skills program promises to be a fun and encouraging skating experience. Each skater will develop their own individual coordination and balance skills as well as learn the correct techniques of skating during the course of the session. 

 This 8 week learn to skate session will start  

September 6-October 26, 2024.


Friday's 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Saturday's 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
 $175.00 for 8 week program

*includes 8 Group Classes (1 hour each)  and

2 Freestyle practices (1/2 hour each before and after class)


Fall Learn to Skate 

Classes Begin
September 6-
October 26, 2024

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 Summer Classes


All Ages & Levels


Join Anytime Year-round


  June 28 & 29, 2024

      8 weeks of skating per session 


     Friday's 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

     Saturday's 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
 $175.00 for 8 week program

             *includes 8 Group Classes (1 hour each)  and

                2 Freestyle practices (1/2 hour each before and after class)

 Register Now!

Space Is Limited

World-class, high-level instruction to developmental level participants



3 Sundial Ave, Manchester, NH

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We are a hybrid fusion of figure skating Off-Ice. 
Figure Skating, Hockey and other Roller Sports
are t
aught on a unique Inline Skate that mimics an ice blade. 
We are the first of its kind in New Hampshire.
The invention of this hybrid skate has led to the growing sport of Inline Figure Skating.

Modern inline figure skating has existed since the 1990's.  WIFSA (World Inline Figure Skating Association), on the other hand, has only existed for a few years now. They comprise well over fifteen nations so far. It is responsible for organizing the competitions, writing the rules and developing the discipline.   We hope to inspire figure skaters and hockey players to train with us and be a part of the growing trend here in the New England region.


All  skaters must bring their own skates. 

Inline or Quad.  Helmets are required for

children under age 7.  Knee and elbow guards are recommended. Private Lessons are available at your request.  See a coach for more details.

Inline figure skating frames have a special feature of being bent like a figure skating blade and having a toe stop (brake) to imitate the claws of the skates for toe jumps. This is called “rockering“. They are lighter than quad skates, more agile and above all quieter.


The inline skate has a remarkable similarity to the feel of a figure skating blade on ice. You can jump, spin, dance, and perform all the same footwork elements. You can actually feel the inside and outside edges on this skate, and the toe-stopper works just like a toe pick. 

Inline Skates

Our beginner skaters practice in the style of skate of their choosing.  We teach on inline figure skates, rollerblades, quad rollers and more.  Hockey skates are only for our hockey players.  As our skaters advance we highly recommend the Pic Skate or any Inline figure skate set up.

From building foundations, to building futures in a life long sport, our program will improve your abilities and foster your desire to move in a wide variety of sports and activities!
We are the first of it's kind in the area to teach the fundamental technical elements and artistry of figure skating on roller/inline skates.


Have questions about New England Roller Sports, or interested in joining? Please reach out — we’re happy to help.


3 Sundial Ave, Manchester, NH,

inside the Manchester Baller's Association 

c/o New England Roller Sports


(603) 952-1477


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