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Off Ice Training during Isolation June 2020


Mariposa continues to provide five classes per week focusing on both physical and mental aspects of training so skaters are prepared to return to the ice when arenas are finally opened again.  In order to provide renumeration to our facilitators for their time, we are implementing a “pay what you can” payment approach for classes to respect the fact that some families will be more financially affected by the COVID-19 situation than others. It is very important for all of us at Mariposa that all athletes wishing to continue to train through this time are given the same opportunity.

A suggested payment would be $5 a class, but we have created three monthly products for June to help suit each family’s situation (please note June’s classes will be for a 3 week duration only due to the Mariposa seminar the final week of June, therefore prices have been adjusted accordingly): We can not accept cash or cheque, please pay by credit card or you can send and e transfer to

  • $20/month
  • $40/month
  • $75/month
  • $0/month

Each weeks schedule will be provided on Sunday for participants to plan their week accordingly.

Schedule below.  To ensure you receive links in a timely fashion please register no later than 3:00pm Sunday afternoons.

Mariposa Skaters Online Training Schedule (16)

*schedule subject to change

**Guest Coach sessions are in a separate form**



    Mariposa continues to provide training during the month of June to keep skaters conditioned and able to return to skating safely. Please consider making a payment to assist in the remuneration of the class facilitators. Suggested fee guideline: $5 per class. Please choose the monthly option which best suits your usage.

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I have been bringing skaters to the Mariposa Seminar for 18 years. Every year is a fabulous experience for both my skaters as well as myself. It never ceases to amaze me how professional everyone is and how willing this team of coaches is to share information to both the skaters as well as the coaches at the seminar.
— Charleen Cameron, St. Margarets Bay Skating Club —