Rock and roll at the Skate Studio

The Skate Studio offers classes for all ages and abilities. (Supplied)

The Skate Studio was created to encourage and promote rollerskating within the local community and beyond. The studio’s focus is to teach skating fundamentals, which will provide confidence and key skills that are transferable in all disciplines of skating.

Classes are open to skaters of all ages and abilities, and the Skate Studio has welcomed skaters from four years old to those in their 60s!

​During its time in operation, the Skate Studio expanded to include Zoom, kids and specialised artistic classes. Its venues now include the addition of the Sunshine skate centre as well as school holiday classes at the Seabrook community centre.

Priding itself on providing a learning environment which is supportive, informative, and inclusive, Skate Studio coaches are knowledgeable, encouraging, and approachable. They believe in learning skills the right way, and not the fast way!

Victoria Reynolds is the owner and head coach at the Skate Studio. She has been involved in artistic rollerskating in Australia for over 25 years, having skated at local, national, and international levels, and competing at the World Championships in 2012.

She has been a qualified coach and judge for over 10 years, teaching skaters of all ages and experience.

“Skating has given me so much, and I am very passionate about ensuring my students get the opportunity of getting as much out of it as I have,” Victoria says.

As well as providing skating lessons, in 2021 the Skate Studio became official ambassadors for Liptember, raising much needed funds for women’s mental health. This year, the studio will again be joining the fundraising effort and raising money via its classes and through its limited-edition merchandise.

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