This Sunday, 7th February, 122 skaters aged eight to 18 will take part in the final development camp of the season at the University of Lincoln.
The three part development camp series which began in July 2015 has given NISA’s development squad skaters from figure skating, pairs and ice dance, the chance to experience a variety of workshops, lessons and tests on both a theoretical and practical level.
Taking place at the University of Lincoln, this week’s final camp will make use of first class sporting facilities. It will also feature leaders in their fields such as Choreographer Mark Naylor and Off Ice Specialist Kelly Buddery who take the young skaters through practical sessions.
As well as choreography, off-ice training, and sessions including nutrition and psychology, this time around skaters will benefit from a ballet session delivered by CDET recognised teacher, Anna Olejnicki.
NISA Development Director, David Hartley said;
“So far this season the development camps have been a fantastic opportunity for our skaters to be exposed to great training resources.
“This weekend will be yet another chance for them to put what they’ve learnt so far in to practice, refining their skills and also learning new ones.”
For more information on future development camps stay tuned with the NISA development pages.
Published 1st February 2016