Figure Skating

Jump, Spin, Glide!

Whether you want to build your skating skills, learn to jump and spin or become the next champion, Iceland can help you achieve your goals.

Show Class

Sign up now for the show class leading up to the Holiday show on Dec. 13 - 14, 2013.
From the calendar tab, click on programs and then select shows and recitals from the drop down box.
Or, click here to register for the class that begins Saturday, Oct. 19th.

Freestyle Sessions

Sign up for your Freestyle sessions online here.

Freestyle sessions are only for figure skaters working on jumps, spins, and footwork. This ice time is scheduled for privately instructed skaters to practice their skills. Sessions are offered year round. Skaters should be at ISI Freestyle 1 level or U.S. Figure Skating Pre-Preliminary 1 or higher. Exceptions can only be made with advance permission from the Skating Director.

Please review our freestyle session schedule on the calendar page to determine what session works best for you.

Maximum of 26 skaters allowed on Freestyle ice and are assigned on a first come, first served basis. Skaters must check in with the session monitor before getting on the ice. The audio system allows for CDs or iPods to be played.

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 Speciality Classes for Summer
Classes that have a specific focus are available throughout the summer. Information for classes for Jumps, Spins, Stroking and Edges for 2014 will be posted when available.

 Payment Options:
 Freestyle sessions must be pre-purchased online.
 You will be able to sign up and pay for you freestyle sessions online on a month-to-month basis.
 Online registration for freestle sessions for each month will open on the 20th of the month prior to it.

Iceland Staff Instructors  

Instructors are members of the Professional Skaters Association(PSA) and/or Ice Skating Institute(ISI)

Instructors teach in our skating school as well as offer private instruction. Meet the team

Private Lessons

Looking for some one-on-one instruction? Need help getting to the next level of group lessons? Interested in competing or performing in our spring recital? Private lessons might be for you.

Typical lessons are 15, 20, or 30 minutes in length. The lesson fee is paid directly to the instructor.
The admission fee for a public session and skate rental (if applicable) or a freestyle session is separate and needs to be paid to the box office prior to skating the session.

Semi-private lessons of two to three skaters are allowed. Skaters should be at a similar level. The instruction fee for a semi-private lesson is divided between the skaters.

Lessons may be arranged directly with individual instructors, or by calling the Skating School Office (925) 829-4448 or by e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Lessons should be scheduled at least 72 hours in advance. See the list of instructors.

St. Moritz Ice Skating ClubSt. Moritz Ice Skating Club

Skaters Intersested in U.S. Figure Skating competitions or tests would be required to join U.S. Figure Skating through a local club or as an individual member. Dublin Iceland is one of the home rinks of the St Moritz Ice Skating Club. Click the club's name to find more information about the St. Moritz Ice Skating Club 

Synchronized Skating Teams 

  • Silver Stars teams follow US Figure Skating guidelines. For more information go to the Silver Stars website at www.silverstarssynchro.com
  • Dublin Dazzlers and Dolls teams follow ISI guidelines

Teams at Dublin Iceland compete in local, sectional and national events

Skaters Code of Conduct

  • Freestyle sessions are for the more competitive and privately instructed skaters to practice jumps, spins, footwork, and ice dance. Freestyle sessions are intended for teaching and training. The Skating Director, or his/her designee, reserves the right to monitor the level of skating on each freestyle session and make appropriate changes.
  • Sessions must be purchased in advance online before skating. Drop in payments are available only if space is available. Anyone who has not paid will be asked to leave the session immediately.
  • All session times are subject to change. Reasonable notice of changes will be posted whenever possible.
  • Skaters are not permitted on the ice at any time during an ice resurface.  Please exit the ice promptly before the ice resurface.  Zamboni doors must be closed prior to skaters entering the ice.  Do not get on the ice before scheduled session time.
  • Behavior that constitutes harassment, bullying, or abuse wil not be tolerated. Any skater found to be participating in such behavior will be asked to leave the facility immediately. Skaters should refrain from comments or actions that are disruptive, offensive, abusive, obscene, or racist in nature.
  • Music may be played during a freestyle session, but must be kept at a tolerable volume. Music with obscene language will not be tolerated.
  • Priority is given to program music. Restarting programs is not allowed unless no one is waiting in line to play their music. For skaters' safety, no skater is permitted to wear personal headsets of any kind while skating on a freestyle session. Coaches are allowed to use hand held music systems during their private lessons.
  • Be aware of the other skaters on the ice at all times. Be aware of the flow of freestyle sessions/patterns, e.g., do not stand in the corner where Lutz jumps are taking place.
  • Ice Dance and Moves in the Field patterns are allowed on freestyle sessions. Exercise caution and be vigilant when practicing patterns. Yield to skaters in lessons or skating programs.
  • Do not stand around on the ice. If you fall get up as quickly as possible, unless you are severely injured.
  • Do not intentionally cause any damage to the ice. Anyone caught causing intentional damage to the ice will be asked to leave the session.
  • Clean up! Do not leave tissues, water bottles, or trash behind. Remove your CDs, jackets, gloves, guards, etc. from the boards and benches at the end of the session. If these items end up on the ice, they can cause damage to the Zamboni. Iceland is not responsible for items left in the rink or the lobby.
  • Remember, ice skating can be dangerous so please be aware and skate with care!

Parents Code of Conduct

  • Parents and other spectators are not allowed at the boards. This area is for coaches and skaters only.
  • Parents may only view sessions from the bleacher area or the lobby. Parents and spectators are not permitted in the players' box area.
  • Sessions must be paid for before your skater steps on the ice. Skaters must pay for the entire session skated and no sessions may be stradled or split in any way.

Coaches Code of Conduct

  • Only coaches are allowed to teach on the ice or at the boards.
  • Coaches must provide proof of valid liability insurance.
  • Coaches must pay a monthly coaching fee. Guest coaches must pay a daily fee of $35.00
  • Coaches must observe the rules of skating when on the ice. See “Skaters Code of Conduct”
  • Coaches must teach their skaters proper freestyle etiquette and how to “go with the flow” of skating traffic.
  • Always be on the lookout for yourself, your students, and other skaters and coaches.
  • Coaches are not permitted on the ice at any time during an ice resurface.  Please exit the ice promptly before the ice resurface.
  • Use of Ipads or other video recording devices are not allowed while skating on the ice. These recording devices may be used while at the boards only.
  • Coaches are allowed to use hand held music systems during their private lessons.