Freestyle Figure Skating Sessions

Freestyle Figure Skating Overview

Please Note: This is not a public program, skaters must have a scheduled lesson with a coach or Basic 3 Level Learn To Skate to participate.

Monday through Sunday Figure Skaters can practice their moves and routines on one of Aviator’s two NHL-­sized ice rinks.

Freestyle Figure Skating will be offering daily passes and monthly subscriptions. This includes unlimited session time on the freestyle (over 5 hours of ice time!).

Passes are available for daily drop-ins. For skaters who will be participating more than once a week, we recommend a monthly subscription.

Please Note: Prices are for ice admission only. Coaching is not included and you must schedule private lessons in advance. Please visit the Figure Skating Coaches page to learn about coaches’ experience, expertise, and rates.

  • Daily Freestyle Drop-In Pass -$22
  • Monthly Subscription – Any 2 days per week-$152
  • Monthly Subscription – Any 3 days per week-$216
  • Monthly Subscription – Any 4 days per week-$280
  • Monthly Subscription – Any 5 days per week-$330
  • Unlimited Monthly Subscription -$360

Purchase Online

How to Register for Freestyle Sessions

After deciding and purchasing a Monthly Subscription go to registration for Freestyles and register for the entire month by using all your passes at once.

Remember you must reserve the ice in advance, and your passes will expire within a month from the day of purchase!

Subscriptions are NOT refundable and NOT extendable!

If you have any questions please contact Figure Skating Director Slava Rozanski at

Please Note: Schedule, pricing, and offerings are subject to change at any time. Any outstanding purchases will be applied as a credit to the customer’s DaySmart Recreation account (formerly Dash Platform)


Session Times

  • 1:00 p.m.-6:20 p.m.

Session Time

  • 1:00 p.m.-5:20 p.m.

Session Time

  • 1:00 p.m.-5:40 p.m.

Session Time

  • 7:50 a.m.-10:50 a.m.

all purchases must be made online.

Aviator Freestyle Figure Skating Rules

  1. All skaters MUST pay and sign in for the freestyle session at Customer Service before entering the ice
  2. Skaters will receive one receipt per session they skate. The receipt will have to be presented to the coach. Failure to comply may result in removal from the session.
  3. There are no refunds for freestyle after the first 15 minutes of the session.
  4. Jumping should be done at either end of the rink.
  5. Spinning should be done in the middle between the blue lines.
  6. Majority of coaching should be done from the boards.
  7. No standing in the Lutz corners
  8. All coaches must wear skates on the ice; coaches without skates on must coach from the hockey boxes and not on the ice.
  9. Skaters playing their program have the right of way.
  10. Program music will be played on a rotational basis. Coaches may put the music of the student they are teaching ahead of other skaters. Everyone should appreciate this policy when they are in a lesson enjoying the privilege and graciously accept this policy when they are the ones being asked to wait in line. Not everyone will be able to play their music on full sessions due to the length of the programs.
  11. Please do not stop and restart music if others are waiting in line. Please handle the music equipment with extreme care.
  12. All skaters must exit the ice once the Zamboni comes onto the ice.
  13. Majority of the doors should be closed during the sessions. Only few doors that can be open are for the coaches to go in and out to the benches. There are no parents allowed on the coaches benches or standing at the doorways. All the parents must view from behind the glass of the rink. The music box door may be left open for program music to be played.
  14. Any aggression displayed or violation of any of the rules will result in immediate expulsion from the ice without a refund.
  15. Skaters should display a courteous attitude towards fellow skaters, coaches and all Aviator employees.
  16. Efforts should be made to avoid conflicts. However, any conflicts should be addressed to Aviator management and action will be taken at their discretion.