6 for 5 Private Lesson Offer Buy Now
5th November to 5th December
Royal Oak Skatepark: OPEN
Southbank Skate Space: CLOSED
Private 1-to-1 Lessons remain unaffected by the new restrictions and we look forward to skating with you soon.
From 5th November to 5th December all Group Lessons and Birthday Parties and Skate Clubs are suspended. Any booked or purchased lessons can be rescheduled for 6th December onwards.
From 5th November to 5th December all Skate Clubs are suspended. Skate Club Members are welcome to pause their membership for a month, or take advantage of 2 Private 1-to-1 Lessons with your chosen instructor, with your choice of time, day and location.
Anyone taking part in our lessons will be asked to maintain 2 metres of social distancing, and all of our instructors are equipped with gloves and masks to maintain your safety and theirs.
Stay Safe. Stay Skateboarding!
We offer personal 1-to-1 and private group lessons ranging from 2 to 6 people, seven days a week, from 8.30am. Our private lessons will help you pick up the basics quickly, allowing you to develop your own individual style sooner. Our 1-on-1 Skateboard lessons offer a dedicated instructor to help perfect your technique faster than in larger groups with our private group lessons providing interaction between friends, helping push yourself and each other further.
Lessons take place at well known London skate spots, public parks and skateparks; we can come to whichever location suits you. You can check skateldn for a more comprehensive guide to London skateparks.
In case of wet weather, your instructor will confirm location on the morning of your lesson.
Here’s some useful information before you book your lesson.
If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us, we’d be happy to help.
Lessons are available seven days a week, each day from 8am to 9pm.
The shortest lesson time available is one hour.
At the time of booking your lesson you will receive a lesson confirmation message including your instructors name and contact details for the day. If you are running late, please inform your instructor accordingly. Your instructor may or may not be able to run over the designated time you have booked.
Not to worry! We set you up with a backup undercover location for your lesson in case of wet weather.
If the weather is not looking good and you would prefer to re-arrange your lesson for another day just let us know with 48 hours notice.
At the time of booking your lesson you will receive a lesson confirmation message including your instructors name and contact details for the day. If it is raining on the day of your lesson please contact your instructor for advice.
If you do not know your nearest undercover location, please contact us and we would be glad to help you.
You must give at least 48 hours notice if you wish to cancel or re-arrange a booked lesson. Failure to do so will result in your instructor charging you the full amount for that lesson.
Our cancellation policy does apply to wet weather conditions as we do conduct lessons in wet weather. If you would prefer not to have a lesson in wet weather, we recommend setting a back-up sheltered location at the time of booking. If you do not know your nearest sheltered location, please contact us and we would be glad to help you.
For the safety of our instructors we cannot take cash payments.
No problem! We can provide helmets, skateboards and pads, free of charge.
We have found an hour can be enough time to have a fun filled and technique packed lesson. However if you wish to extend the duration of your lesson, we would be more than happy to assist you!
Yes. Our instructors have expert knowledge of every aspect of Skateboarding, and we teach all level and abilities. Lessons are tailored to you, and allow you to focus on the techniques, tricks and styles that appeal most to you.
Although it looks quite intimidating at first when you see someone fly past you; it is not as hard as it looks. It’s the simple things like learning to step on and off the board safely, basic foot position and posture that makes a big difference. Like everything else, it is only hard if you do not know how to do it. You are never too clumsy or too unconfident. We guarantee to get you skating, build your confidence and most importantly make sure you have a lot of fun.
Be honest about your abilities. Do not attempt techniques that are too advanced for you, or that you have not been shown. This may well save you some embarrassment as well as an injury.
When you Skateboard, you learn how to avoid falling and gain the ability to recover from slips, trips and stumbles.This will help you prevent future injuries and is a valuable tool to have in life too.
We take your safety very seriously and take every step to ensure the safety and well-being of all students by providing full safety equipment for all free of charge. We want you to have fun and feel comfortable during your lessons, so we strongly advise all students to wear full safety equipment, including: helmet, elbow pads and knee pads at all times.
In your first lesson as a beginner Skateboarder, your instructor will take you through every aspect of finding your stance, learning about your board and safety, learning how to step on and off a board, pushing and turning. If there are specific skills, aspects and techniques you would like to focus in your lesson, your instructor is more than happy to do so.
Level Up As You Learn
Our beginner’s level plan is a step-by-step guide to your lessons and allows for learning street skateboarding, skatepark or both, helping to build skills, balance and confidence at your own pace, while choosing exactly what you want to learn.
Introduction to skateboarding including finding your stance, learning about your board, safety, learning to step on and off, pushing and turning.
Building on level 1 you will improve pushing and turning on a board using both kick turn and carving. You will also learn your first basic balance tricks, how stop at speed and how to ride off curbs. From levels 3 to 6 you have the option to progress with higher level street skateboarding techniques or move to skate ramps at the skatepark.
Street: Learning to get up curbs, more advanced balance tricks, 180 degree kick turns and reverts on the flat ground.
Skatepark: An Introduction to skateboarding on ramps, skatepark safety, and 180 degree turns on both the flat ground and small ramps.
Street: Learning more advanced revert tricks to avoid obstacles, working on reverts at speed and an introduction to Pop Shuvits.
Skatepark: Progressing to riding down bigger ramps, building confidence on ramps, and 180 degree kick turns on bigger ramps.
Street: Introduction to powerslides, Ollies, Pop Shuvits on the move.
Skatepark: Learning how to drop in on various ramps, pumping to gain speed on ramps and an introduction to basic ramps tricks.
Street: Improving your Ollies and Pop Shuvits on the move, powerslides at speed and using powerslides to adjust your speed.
Skatepark: Building confidence dropping in, pumping, kick turning on bigger ramps, introduction to Rock to Fakies, Axel Stalls and basic ramp grab tricks.