Dundonald International Ice Bow


Register Now - February Skating Lessons

19 February 2015 - 05 April 2015

Get your skates on....and learn the right way!

Dundonald International Ice Bowl has over 25 years experience delivering ice skating lessons to many championship skaters, including Jenna McCorkell. The next champion could be you!!

All ice skating courses consist of half hour sessions over a period of 6 weeks with NISA qualified coaches.  Courses cater for beginners and help skaters progress from Grade 1 to Grade 10.

Click here Grades.pdf to find out what you will learn in each skating grade.

NB: As skating is a dangerous sport, we would encourage patrons to wear appropriate safety gear, e.g. helmets, elbow and knee pads.

Learn to Skate Programme*

Commencing February 2015 - Choose from the following dates:

Thursday 19th February from 7.30pm, grades one to three

Friday 20th February  from 5.30pm, grades one to ten

Saturday 21st February from 9.30am, grades one to ten

Sunday 22nd February from 9.30am, grades on to ten

Monday 23rd February From 7.30pm, grades one to three

All classes run subject to demand 

Download the February Learn To Skate Application Form

Course Fees are 50 per person 

*Please be aware classes and times are subject to change.

Ice Tots!

Ice Tots provides children from 2-4 years the perfect foundation to ice skating, teaching them the basic skills and techniques of the sport in a small group environment.

Course Dates

Courses Commencing February 2015

Friday 20th February at 5.30pm and Saturday 21st February at 10.30am

  • 6 Week Course
  • Lessons 30 minutes each, plus practice time on public session
  • Maximum of 8 children per class
  • NISA qualified coach
  • Skate hire included
  • Certificate awarded on completion

Course Fees - 40pp

Download the February Ice Tots application form

For further details on lesson times, or to book a course, contact the bookings team on 028 9080 9123/129.

Make sure you follow these simple tips for safety!

Wear comfortable clothing - not too tight but not too baggy

Gloves will keep your hands warm and provide protection if you fall

Wear comfortable socks

Do not wear a scarf it could be dangerous to you and others

Tie your skates all the way up to your ankle to ensure maximum comfort.

Before getting onto the ice, try walking around to get used to the feel and weight of your skates