The Ice Den is proud to now offer on-line figure skating registration. Click the button below and connect to the new Skaterice Program.
Monthly Figure Skating Times
BRINGIN' HOME THE HARDWARE
A number of Ice Den skaters are skating nationally and internationally and have created a stir in the skating world. For updated competition accomplishments for Ice Den and CSCA skaters, Click Here...
The Coyotes Skating Club of Arizona was founded in 1975 as the Arizona Figure Skating Club. We changed our name when we changed our home rink to the Ice Den in 1998. Our membership numbers around 465, putting us in the top 5 clubs in the Pacific Coast section. Read More…
The home facility for Coyotes Skating club of Arizona is the state-of-the-art Ice Den, located in north Scottsdale. More than just an ice rink, the Ice Den was proclaimed by USA Today as a ‘Top 10’ rink the nation and Arizona Republic claimed it as the “Best Place in the Valley for Hockey'.
OUR COACHING CREDENTIALS
The Ice Den Skating Department consists of one of the nation’s finest collections of professional skating instructors under one roof.
5- Olympic Competitors
4- World Competitors
7 - Former International Competitors
11 - National Competitors
5 - Olympic, World & International Choreographers
4 - International Coaches
Click Here to see our professional skating staff and to view our instructors.
FIGURE SKATING NEWS
Figure Skaters Ballet & Performance Class
ICE DEN FIGURE SKATING TEAMS
Synchronized Skating celebrates the “team” aspect of the sport of figure skating and provides a great opportunity to make friends and learn life skills of team participation, cooperation, presentation, and self-esteem. Read More…
Ice Ensemble skaters participate in routines, which includes a theme, emotion, or story that is enhanced by music, costuming, props, and choreography. Read More…
PRIVATE "BOOSTER" LESSONS
Looking to enhance your learning experience? Sign up to schedule a private lesson with one of our valued instructors.
These lessons are a great way to help your skater focus and work on skills that are more difficult to achieve and enhances the skills the already know. It also gives the skater a more structured, yet fun, additional practice time.
Lessons are primarily scheduled during our public skating sessions, which are held:
- Saturday from 12:00-2:00pm or Sunday from 1:30-3:30pm.
Lessons need to be scheduled a minimum 7 days in advance.