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44th Annual Seminar

June 22 — June 26

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The Mariposa Seminar is an informative and motivational week for coaches and skaters to learn new techniques or train existing ones.  The seminar runs daily 8am-5pm  with on and off ice classes.  Each day is a different lesson for the skaters.  Daily group lessons cover dynamic warm-up, jumps, spins and edges while choreography, ballet, flexibility and strength classes are rotated throughout the week to enhance your skater’s training.

  • Jump and Spin Technique
  • Edge, Turn and Artistic Classes
  • Ballet, Dance, Flexibility and Strength
  • Off ice Jump class
  • Lecture series

EARLY BIRD $425 + hst

Before March 1st 2020 (full payment required prior to March 1st)

March 1st $475 + HST

Space is limited and on a 1st come 1st serve basis.  Full payment is required to hold your spot.

NEW THIS YEAR!  club initiative!

When a club sends 5 skaters to the seminar- they can send 2 coaches FOR FREE!

Please bring: Workout clothing, running shoes lunch and snacks, skating attire, note book and pen.  skate sharpening is available as well

Sample Schedule: Seminar group names are named after our World and Olympic skaters. Those skaters are not here to teach.

Sample Schedule (subject to change)

2019 SEMINAR MASTER SCHED

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Over the past 2 years our hockey team has participated in Mariposa’s skating program as part of our team development. I have observed immediate and long term results from each of our players edges, agility and Transitions. The results have been remarkable and as a coach I firmly believe in the skill of skating as critical foundation to any player. We will continue to invest our teams development money with Mariposa now and in the future. Mariposa’s staff is world class and nothing compares to the Team Edge and Balance Program! Shawn Bovair Head Coach Barrie Minor Hockey Minor Atom AA Shawn Bovair Police Constable #7473 Operational Support Division - Crime Prevention Unit
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