Hockey Life HK offers private inline skating/ inline hockey classes for students who are interested in learning various skills in a progressive and fun way. Classes will be held in any public/private area with at least one suitable flatground space. All skill levels welcome.
Coach Daryl is an avid fan of hockey and inline skating; he works with various clubs and organizations to promote inline hockey in Hong Kong and beyond. Daryl
Level 1: Inline Skating – Beginner (6-10 hours)
The beginner’s inline skating course is suitable for students who have never laced up a pair of skates before. Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be familiar with all the safety equipment and procedures, as well as the motor skills to balance and navigate around a flat surface on inline skates.
Level 2: Inline Skating – Intermediate (6-10 hours)
For students who have extensive inline skating experience, the advanced course will unlock a new set of skills to move in more expressive ways, as well as skate on different types of terrain. Upon completion of the course, students are expected to comfortably skate in different directions and navigate through challenging terrain.
Prerequisite: Experience with inline skating
Inline Hockey – Beginner (8 - 15 hours)
Students in the course must have either completed the Intermediate Inline Skating Course or been approved by the coach (based on skating ability). Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be familiar with all safety equipment and procedures, the rules of the game, as well as the motor skills to engage in friendly matches.
Inline Hockey – Intermediate (8-15 hours)
Students in this course are expected to have the necessary motor skills to be comfortable in a friendly-competitive environment. Their existing skills will be continually practiced, while learning strategies and subtleties of the game.
Inline Hockey – Advanced (8-20 hours)
This course is for more serious hockey players who are interested in playing in fast-paced competitive environments. Enrolled students will engage in drills and exercises that may challenge their comfort zone, but will see gain in their performance.