Take your skills to the next level with Individual Lessons at The Rink!

Individual lessons allow you to enjoy undivided attention from experienced and certified skating coaches, to produce the best results through one-to-one lessons that allow you to work on the skills you want. Individual lessons are suitable for all age group and levels from basic to advance.

Classes have to be booked 3 days in advance at our Customer Service Counter. Select an Individual lesson time-slot of your choice from our public skating schedule and choose your coach from our list of certified coaches.

With effect from 1 Nov 2018, all Individual Learn-to-Skate students are entitled to free spectator admission for one accompanying* adult during lessons (strictly for student aged 5 years old and below).

2-hr Admission includes
30-min Individual Lesson + 90-min Practice
2-hr Admission includes
60-min Individual Lesson + 60-min Practice
$74 $148

Terms and Conditions: • All payments to be made at least 3 days in advance before the commencement of your individual lessons • All payments to be made only upon confirmation of the bookings with the individual coaches • In the event that you need to reschedule your block of lessons, please notify your individual coaches at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, subject to availability and approval • Management reserves the right to cancel lessons without prior notice. •All receipts are valid for 3 months upon the date of payment. ASSUMPTION OF RISKS: Ice skating and associated activities are classified as high-risk sports. There are inherent and other risks involved in the sport of ice skating and injuries are a common occurrence of the sport. Skaters (including their guests and parents/ guardians) voluntarily participate in these activities with knowledge of the risks involved and agree to accept any and all responsibility for and risk of injury, demise, physical or mental illness, and harm, loss or damage to person or property (collectively, “Injury”) that may occasion from ice skating. Sport Singapore (formerly known as the Singapore Sports Council) and CapitaLand Retail Management Pte Ltd (as managing agent of The Rink) are not responsible for any Injury howsoever caused to any skater, customer or any other person present at The Rink (including any person below 6 years of age). All skaters, customers or any other person present at The Rink, JCube, remain solely responsible for their own safety at The Rink and shall comply with all safety rules and guidelines that may from time to time be applicable.

The Rink Coaches

Aravinda Rao

Years of Coaching:
Since 2020
Certificate:
Provisional Coach
Accomplishment:

Aravinda started skating when he was 10 years old and competed nationally in both Australia and America. He wish to be a part of the change in Singapore's Winter Sports culture and build a large Singaporean presence at the Winter Olympics. Aravinda believes that the pain of discipline is nothing compared to the pain of regret and everyone should learn to love the process, not just the results.

Alicia Chong

Years of Coaching:
Since 2013
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
Accomplishment:

Alicia started skating since 2007. She enjoys coaching as it allows her to see skating from a different perspective and finds it beautiful to watch the progression and accomplishment of her students. She works well with kids and has a minor in early childhood education from NIE/NTU.

Charissa Lin

Years of Coaching:
Since 2004
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
Accomplishment:

Charissa’s passion for ice skating started as a teenager when she was drawn to the gracefulness and athleticism of the sport. As a coach, she hopes to impart her skills and love of the sport to her students and her greatest satisfaction comes from helping them achieve their full potential. She specializes in Choreography, Freestyle Single and Pair Skating.

Cheryl Lim

Years of Coaching:
Since 2013
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
Accomplishment:

Cheryl has been skating for 8 years and specializes in Freestyle skating with a strong background in lyrical and contemporary dance. She believes that with passion and tenacity, anyone can achieve excellence in the sport while learning life values. Cheryl teaches students of all ages and welcomes anyone with a heart to learn.

Charlotte Lim

Years of Coaching:
Since 2020
Certificate:
Provisional Coach
Accomplishment:

Charlotte is currently is a National Team Figure skater at
Senior level in skating. Her love for skating started when she was
6 years old. Charlotte won multiple gold medals in both National
and Interschool Competitions and represented Singapore in various
regional and international competitions - Junior Grand Prix (Lake
Placid New York), SEA Challenge, ASIAN Junior Challenge.
Believing that every skater is unique, Charlotte coaches by adapting
to the needs of different students to help identify their strengths
and weaknesses. She hope to impart her skating experience, skills,
techniques to all her students, to help them find passion and joy in
this sport, and to impact them positively in their skating career.

Christina Sim

Years of Coaching:
Since 2006
Certificate:
NROC Level 2
Professional Skating Association Master Sport Science & Medicine (USA)
Professional Skating Association Apprentice Program Certified in Free Skate (USA)
Accomplishment:

Christina has been skating for over 30 years, with 11 years of coaching experience specializing in Freeskate and Ice Dance. She incorporates fun and safe elements while coaching the art of skating to beginner and advanced skaters alike. During her competitive years, she clinched 3 Gold medals in Freeskate, Artistic, and Pairs respectively.

Condrey Liu

Years of Coaching:
Since 2007
Certificate:
NROC Level 2
Accomplishment:

Condrey is one of the few male coaches who specializes in figure skating. His focus during classes is for the students to have fun and enjoy the process of learning to ice skate. Beyond just learning to skate, he encourages them to try out different techniques for different elements. He was also a multiple gold medalist in the ISI recreation competitions.

Crystal Khor

Years of Coaching:
Since 2020
Certificate:
NROC 1
Accomplishment:

Crystal began skating at the age of 15, she specializes in Figure Skating and has won numerous prizes in the inter-school competition in Singapore in 2015, as well as at Skate Malaysia.
Crystal's dream is to be able to coach and also inspire skaters to achieve more. Despite being one of the younger coaches around, Crystal aims to be make a difference in the ice skating industry.

Elaine Toh

Years of Coaching:
Since 2001
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
Accomplishment:

The beautiful sport of figure skating drew Elaine when she started skating in her early teenage years. She competed later as an adult in ISI competitions locally and abroad, and has been coaching all ages, the youngest being 2.5 years, the oldest 66! Her students range from beginners to competitive skaters, including a few who have competed regionally

Genevieve Har

Years of Coaching:
Since 2012
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
Accomplishment:

With more than 7 years of coaching experience under her belt, Genevieve's students range from beginner to national squad levels. She believes in a holistic coaching approach — on top of providing technique, strength, and conditioning training, she also specializes in artistry skills honed through decades of ballet training. Genevieve holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Edith Cowan University, and has trained under many notable international coaches over the years.

Jeannie Su

Years of Coaching:
Since 2019
Certificate:
NROC 1
Accomplishment:

Having started figure skating at the age of four, Jeannie has many years of experience in the sport. She has been a member of either the Development or International squad since 2012, and have, since 2013, been representing Singapore in regional and international competitions like SoEA Trophy, Asian Open Figure Skating Trophy, and Junior Grand Prix (Brisbane & Egna-Neumarkt). A strong background in contemporary dance has also helped her with artistry and expression on ice. As a skater, she believes both hard work and a positive mindset are crucial to the success of an athlete, and these are values are things she also hope to impart to her students. Having coached since 2019, she hope to develop all-rounded skaters who posses technique, artistry and strength, and who will come to love the sport like she do.

Magdalene Chia

Years of Coaching:
Since 2018
Certificate:
NROC 1
Accomplishment:

Podium finishes in Skate Singapore competitions in the late 1990s, Magdalene Chia embarked her ice skating passion at the age of 16. “Figure Skating is a sport that displays athleticism and artistry.” Relating to her love for figure skating, Magdalene also believes you are never too young or too old to pick up the sport and one can have it all, balancing family, work and passion.

Lee Chow Ying

Years of Coaching:
Since 2000
Certificate:
NROC Level 2
Accomplishment:

Chow Ying coaches figure skating for all ages and levels - from beginner to competitive levels. She teaches freestyle, ice dance and moves in the field.
As a coach, Chow Ying believes in bringing out the best in her students while expecting commitment, determination and focus from them. She constantly pushes her skaters to strive for excellence. As a skater, Chow Ying was two-time Singapore National Champion in the Adult Gold category. She also won Gold at the Mountain Cup 2006 (in France) and Silver at the ISU Adult Competition 2009 (in Germany). Chow Ying is also an ISI Asia Professional Member and an ISI Gold level judge

Michal Khoo

Years of Coaching:
Since 2017
Certificate:
NCAP Level 1
Accomplishment:

As a skater, Michal has been skating for 6 years, with notable achievements including that of Singapore National Champion in the categories Adult Gold (2017) and Adult Masters (2019). She believes that skating can be for everyone, and that hard work and technique are the essentials of good skating. She focuses on Figure Skating (singles) and Choreography.

Michelle Lee

Years of Coaching:
Since 2013
Certificate:
NROC Level 2
Accomplishment:

Michelle pursued the path of coaching in order to groom and nurture the future generation of skaters after retiring from the competitive skating scene. Her background in dance and knowledge in Sport Science helps in analyzing and correcting skating techniques. She also strongly believes in the notion of having fun while learning important values like sportsmanship and perseverance.

Raymond Cheah

Years of Coaching:
Since 1996
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
Accomplishment:

Being one of the pioneers of ice skating in Singapore, Raymond has participated and won medals in the 1st Singapore Nationwide Ice Skating Competition as well as many others. Raymond is a highly experienced coach and has trained skaters from Kids Learn-to-Skate to competitive levels. He hopes to help skaters fulfill their dream of being a competitive or leisure skater.

Sarah Ang

Years of Coaching:
Since 2018
Certificate:
NROC 1
Accomplishment:

Sarah began skating in 2014 and won her first adult gold medal in 2017 at the Singapore Nationals.
Sarah specializes in figure skating and is looking to coach students who want to explore skating as a recreational sport.

Sally Ong

Years of Coaching:
Since 1996
Certificate:
NROC Level 2
ISI Gold Level Judge
Accomplishment:

Sally is a ISI Gold Level Judge (International) in freestyle skating. Before moving into figure skating, she was active in ballet and modern dance which now helps her in coaching Freestyles, Figure, Choreography and MIF. Her students range from as young as 5 years old to adults, for both recreational and competitive skating.

Park Soo Bin

Years of Coaching:
Since 2008
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
Accomplishment:

Having dedicated most of her life to figure skating, Coach Soobin`s passion lies in working with skaters motivated to learn and helping them to achieve goals. Adding to her credentials of 1th Rank in Single Ladies University Group B at the 90th Korea National Championship in 2009, Coach Soobin also was the 2017 Korea National Junior Figure Skating Summer Training Camp Director. She is ready to provide full support and encouragement for those who strive to become the best version of themselves, to set higher standards for themselves. Her faith is that sport does help children to develop physical and emotional maturity, namely, to become strong and confident individuals

Zhang Wei

Years of Coaching:
Since 2001
Certificate:
NROC Level 2
Accomplishment:

Zhang Wei has coached National skaters in China, Thailand and is currently coaching in Singapore. Prior to coaching, he was a China National Team skater from 1997 to 2001 and won the gold medal in the 1999 Asian Winter Games. His passion for the sport has led him to become a figure skating coach and a choreographer. His key achievement includes having his pair skaters students win Gold medals in World competitions and the Youth Olympic.

Zhang Mo

Years of Coaching:
Since 1995
Certificate:
Master Coach
Accomplishment:

Zhang Mo is the only female master coach in Singapore. She won her first competition at a young age and was also in the China National Figure Skating Team and had coached National Team skaters in China and Thailand.

Danielle Han

Years of Coaching:
Since 2014
Certificate:
NROC 1
Accomplishment:

Danielle received a Technical Level 1 for Figure Skating and speed skating and a Technical Level 2 for Speed Skating from Australian Ice Racing.
She was a silver medalist at the 2017 SouthEast (SEA) Games Short Track Speed 3000m relay.
Danielle enjoys connecting with people who share the same love for sports as she does.

Chun LeeKyung

Years of Coaching:
Since 2005
Certificate:
NROC 2
Accomplishment:

Chun LeeKyung started speed skating in 1985 and is a 4 time Olympic Champion and 3 time World Champion in Short Track Speed
Skating. Chun started coaching in 2005 and would love to share her experience with anyone who has the same passion for skating as her.

Danielle Han

Years of Coaching:
Since 2014
Certificate:
NROC 1
Accomplishment:

Danielle received a Technical Level 1 for Figure Skating and speed skating and a Technical Level 2 for Speed Skating from Australian Ice Racing.
She was a silver medalist at the 2017 SouthEast (SEA) Games Short Track Speed 3000m relay.
Danielle enjoys connecting with people who share the same love for sports as she does.

Miki Chong

Years of Coaching:
Since 2018
Certificate:
NROC 1
Accomplishment:

Miki started competitive training 2010, where he was part of the pioneering group of speed skating in Singapore. He was a medalist at the SEA Games in Short Track Speed Skating and led a team of Special Olympics skaters to the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria.
Miki started coaching in 2013 and he strongly believes that anyone can potentially be a skater.

Lucas Ng

Years of Coaching:
Since 2012
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
First AID CPR+AED
Accomplishment:

As an athlete, Lucas was the first South East Asian representative at Asian winter games 2011 and since then competed for Singapore at various international competitions. He held various national records, obtained 9-time National Champion and 2-time silver medalist at the 2017 SEA Games. As a certified NROC coach, Lucas co-founded the LTS Speed curriculum and was the Head Coach for Special Olympics Team 2013 winning 8 medals at the games. He has groomed various skaters currently in the National/Development Team. “I love to teach and part knowledge of what I have experience in competitive sport, it’s rewarding to watch them grow and obtain results in a sport they are passionate about”

Diane Foo

Years of Coaching:
Since 2013
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
Accomplishment:

Diane is one of the few female ice hockey coaches in Singapore. During her time as the National Team Assistant Captain for Women's National team in 2014, 2016 and 2017, the team won a 3rd place in IIHF Women's Challenge Cup of Asia. Diane hopes to grow the sport and eventually make ice hockey into a school CCA.

Kevin Tan

Years of Coaching:
Since 2011
Certificate:
NROC Level 1
Accomplishment:

Kevin is a certified Ice Hockey Coaching Director, issued by International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), conducted at Sport Institute of Finland, Vierumäki. He holds the appointment Chief, Head of Coaching, with Singapore Ice Hockey Association (SIHA) and conducts regular coaching certification courses for NROC trainee coaches for Sports Singapore.

Michael Loh

Years of Coaching:
Since 2013
Certificate:
NROC Level 2
Accomplishment:

Michael is the Captain for the Men's National Ice Hockey Team from 2008 to 2017 and the Head Coach for the Women's National Team in 2014, and 2016 to 2018. Being one of the players in the Asian Winter Game 2017 and 29th SEA Games 2017, Michael has lots of experience to share with you.

Serena Tsang

Years of Coaching:
Since 2018
Certificate:
Provisional Coach
Accomplishment:

Serena started playing Ice Hockey in 2013 and was a member of the national teams from 2015-2018. Serena won a few medals in various competitions like the Challenge Cup of Asia Top Division before becoming an ice hockey official.