The basic rule for classes to pass safely for all is that skaters must behave in a way that does not endanger or harm others.


Think about dosing the effort and hydrating yourself. It is important that you be honest with yourself regarding the level of skating you have. For your own good and for the correct functioning of the classes, do not try to incorporate yourself to a higher level than you have without consulting beforehand with the monitor or those responsible for the classes.


We know that sometimes they are a bit uncomfortable, but it is essential that you get used to bringing and putting on the basic protections, appropriate to your technical level and the activities you want to perform. For example, in case you want to do jumps, it will be essential to also use the helmet. We will promptly upload information to the web about the maintenance of the skates: remember that it is also important that you have in good condition wheels, bearings and brakes in order to avoid unexpected incidents.


Although we do our best to balance the total number of students per class, it is important that you respect both the skaters of your group and those of nearby groups, which may be higher or lower than yours. Try that your trajectories and advances do not pose danger to others and remember that it is dangerous to hold on to another skater if you feel that you are going to fall, since you could cause both of you to end up on the ground. Respect above all the skaters of the lowest level and remember that we have all been there at some time.


Shocks and falls are often the result of excessive speed of uncontrolled behavior, or of not paying attention to what is happening around us. We will have to stop, move or rotate controlling our surroundings and the other skaters at all times. We will circulate slowly in the saturated areas and especially in the curves or incorporations to the central and lateral rails. It is important to always adapt the speed to our skating and our personal ability.


Although we are not making routes, remember that we can use the basic signs of danger and stop (arms raised) to indicate our movements in the areas where classes are taught. The one behind us will be grateful if we let him know in advance if we are going to turn or stop.
Do not stop anywhere. Do not disturb the other skaters and try to remain visible at all times.


Each one is responsible for their belongings during the time of the classes. The central table will be the only place that will remain under surveillance during the duration of the classes and even there, we ask you to be attentive and that at the end of the classes you collaborate in their withdrawal so that we can collect the materials as soon as possible.


If possible, it will be appreciated that the people involved in some type of accident during the classes provide assistance to the best of their ability, and help any incident remain, if possible, in an anecdote.