Clothing and off-ice training

Clothing suggestions

Wear tight and warm jacket and pants. Multiple thin layers will keep you warmer and more flexible than a single thick jacket or pants. Do not wear jeans and don't forget gloves.

Long hair should be tied back.


For most classes we offer training both on ice and off-ice. Off-ice training consists of fitness and traditional exercise. Some of our classes also include dance and choreography. We have our own ballet barre in the dance room, where we have dance, ballet and choreography classes.

In addition, we have Mishin's vestibular simulator - a simulator for pirouette training - used by the classes where jumps and pirouettes are part of the programme.