KIDS 'BACK-TO-BASICS' LEARN TO SKATE WORKSHOP!
9:00AM OCTOBER 1ST | ARATAKI SKATEPARK
KIDS AGE 5 - 12 | MIXED
1ST OCTOBER @ 9:00AM-10:30AM
"A ONE OFF WORKSHOP FOR KIDS THAT WANNA LEARN TO SKATE"
New to skating and want to learn the basics for the very first time?
Or maybe you've been skating a little while but want to get the fundamentals right from the get get go.
If so, then this fun little workshop is for you.
We'll be taking a small group of kids from age 5 - 12 through a nine-step process whereby they can learn the skills needed to jump on a board with confidence, setting the stage for progression down the track.
The aim of the workshop is to arm each child with the correct technical skillset, building a launchpad for faster improvement.
Get the basics dialled from the offset, and everything else will flow from there.
This is a one-off workshop with very limited numbers, so if any of the above gets you pumped to give it a try, register below to reserve your spot.
EPIC GROUP OF KIDS
Your child will be a part of a crew of kids all eager to learn, at the same stage of the learning cycle.
Our expert coaches will nurture you through our 'Back-To-Basics' nine part learn to skate system to have you up and riding in no time.
TAKE THINGS AT YOUR OWN PACE
No pressure learning environment. We're here to push everyone for sure, but at their own pace.
REGISTER BELOW 👇 TO BOOK YOUR SPOT
BACK TO BASICS KIDS SKATE WORKSHOP
ARATAKI SKATE PARK | 9:00AM OCTOBER 1ST
We do have skateboards that can be hired for the workshop ($10p/p), however the number of skateboards available is limited.
If you want to secure a board for the session get in touch beforehand to reserve one for the day.
Oh and please note we don't supply pads and helmets, so if you'll be needing those please be sure to bring them along with you on the day.
This workshop is exactly for someone like you.
Our coaches will be there to help you every step of the way.
Unfortunately if it's raining we'll have to cancel the workshop :(
But, we're committed to putting this community event on so we'll simply roll it over to the next weekend - same time, same place.
If that's all you've got then yeah, for sure bring that along.
But if you've got a traditional skate deck (curved at both ends, built for tricks) that's even better.
As we're not covering surf-skate techniques here, instead we're focusing on traditional skateboarding instead.