WELCOME TO GLISS SUMMER CAMP 2019
in Tallinn, Estonia
For the 9th summer in a row Gliss Summer Camp will be the home for many skaters from all over the world, coming from as far as Turkey, Canada and Japan.
The workouts take place at Škoda Ice Rink that has two full-sized hockey ice rinks. Skating, choreography and gym are located in the same building, which makes the training for skaters very convenient.
The Camp includes diverse set of trainings, which focuses on both technical skills and improving whole-body muscle balance.
If You feel that some of the above mentioned skills need to be fixed or improved, then this camp is for You!
Training program includes
2 ON-ICE PRACTICES PER DAY
2 OFF-ICE PRACTICES PER DAY
POSSIBILITY TO TAKE AT LEAST ONE PRIVATE LESSON PER DAY
NB! Private lessons are subject for extra fee
SUNDAYS ARE DAYS OFF
Camp fee includes
Camp fee for athletes includes 2 on-ice and 2 off-ice trainings per day.
Camp fee for adults includes 1 on-ice and 1 off-ice training per day.
Massage and physical therapy (kinesiotaping etc.) services are available during camp for additional fee.
Welcome the coaches
She is a manifold Champion of Estonia. Graduated from Minsk Institute of Exercise and Sports Sciences. She has been working as an instructor in a number of international figure skating camps. She took part in Albertville Olympic Games as the coach of Olga Vassiljeva. She is coaching among others, Estonian National Champion 2015, Gerli Liinamäe and Estonian National Champion 2016, Daniil Žurav. She is well know for her spin techniques.
She has been working and coaching in a number of international figure skating camps in the US and all over Europe. Her students are Junior World Champion Igor Pashkevitch, Austrian Champion Julia Lautova and Australian Champion Anthony Liu.
Johanna Allik is one of the best figure skaters in Estonia who represented Estonia internationally for many years in single skating and also in ice dance. She has worked with coaches like Florent Amodio, Nikolai Morozov, Anjelika Krylova and many other throughout her career. Johanna has a fresh look in choreography as she used her own choreography in many of her own programs and thanks to ice dance she has a lot of ideas for single skaters. Her idea for programs is to create a story for the skaters to tell in an individual way. Each program is designed for the skater the way they feel best.