What You'll Get
Ice is nothing more than water that won’t let people swim in it. Teach stubborn liquid a lesson with today’s Groupon: for $70, you get nine weeks of group ice-skating lessons at Polar Ice Peoria (a $141 Value). The next ice-skating sessions run from January 2 through February 29 and March 1 through April 30. The package includes the following:
- Nine 30-minute lessons once a week
- Skate rental on day of lesson
- Free access to public skate on day of lesson (hours can be viewed here)
- Four additional free public-skate passes
- $15 registration fee<p>
Polar Ice Peoria’s gliding specialists train skating novices in the basics of ice athleticism in nine weeks of ice-skating lessons. Groups of up to 12 gliders strap on skates before meeting on the ice for a 30-minute lesson in which instructors teach the fundamentals of becoming a successful skater, including accelerating, stopping, navigating turns, and modifying skates with jet-fueled propulsion systems. Sessions work to build up proficiency in nine weeks, creating the solid skills necessary to hockey skate, figure skate, or recreationally glissade across the ice. Skaters can practice their skills in public-skate sessions following the day’s lesson, debuting moves that are more graceful than a swan reading Emily Post.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid for sessions 1/1/12-2/29/12 and 3/1/12-4/30/12. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About AZ Ice
AZ Ice's sparkling ice rink attracts athletes of all ages and skill levels, giving them a chance to carve their names in ice using the blades on their feet. The rink hosts basic skating, figure skating, and hockey lessons taught by skilled instructors and ranging from Learn to Skate to Power Skating, which strengthens legs for hockey matches. Staff Camp Counselors also captain summer camps for kids, weaving ice skating into a jam-packed schedule of activities such as arts and crafts and bounce-house sessions. Both students and campers graciously step aside to make room for the masses during public-skate sessions.