Freestyle Slalom Workshop
SkateFreestyle Slalom Workshops have become a global freestyle phenomenon. Catering for all skaters from slalom-beginner 'never seen a cone before' to national champions, these weekend slalom workshops are popular throughout the globe as a way of intensively developing slalom skills and quality.
Originally the brainchild of Naomi Grigg and now Megan McIntosh, the SkateFreestyle brand has developed unique and progressive teaching methods which utilize body mechanics, basic physics, and ICP (Inline Certification Program) teaching methods to make even complex slalom maneuvers accessible to regular skaters.
The workshop is seven hours long over two days. Each day is split into two sections with a 30 minute break between them, giving four sections and a total of 6 teaching hours plus theory.
As well as new tricks, you can expect to work on posture/form, fluidity, smoothness and power/energy during the workshop, as well as improving any existing tricks that you might already have.Here is a link to a recent workshop review: http://tryskating.com/view_newsletter.php?s=MTMyL01lbGlzc2EgTG9uZG9uIEphbjEw