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About Us

About Us

This brand new state of the art 58,000 sq ft. Olympic Size Training facility is complete with strength and conditioning room, and off-ice and ballet classes.

The coaching staff of Palm Beach Ice Works will be dedicated to the advancement of the athlete. The athletes as well as their parents will work with a high level coaching staff to develop a "Goal Achievement Plan" that best suits the individual athlete. This goal will be based on the time dedicated to training and the results that the athlete wishes to achieve. Evaluations will be done at the coach's discretion and this will help improve the communication process between athlete, coach, and parent.

We will provide ample freestyle sessions, off-ice conditioning, power-stroking classes, as well as a competitive and test track ice-dancing program. Top-notch off-ice conditioning and choreography will also help the athlete to attain their goals.

We look to attract athletes looking for a focused and thorough place to train.

Figure Skating

  • Moves in the Field
  • Figure sessions
  • Ice Dancing Sessions
  • Program Dance Events
  • Friday Exhibition Skating


  • The only Olympic size sheet of ice in South Florida!
  • Professional player benches
  • 4 state of the art locker rooms all with 20 individual player stalls and showers
  • RapidShot - Goal conditioning training
  • Brand new Olympia Ice re-surfacing machines equipped with laser guided technology to assure a perfect sheet of ice each time out! We're only the second facility in North America to have these ice-making machines!

30 April

6:00 AM - 8:00 AM:
Private Ice Rental
7:15 AM - 8:15 AM:
Private Ice Rental
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM:
Mite Game Spring World Cup Hockey
12:15 PM - 1:30 PM:
U16 Travel (PB Breakers LR1 vs PB Hawks LR3)
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM:
Ice Resurface
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM:
Public Skating (Open to Families)
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM:
U16 Travel (Sharp Shooter LR3 vs PB Breakers LR1)
5:45 PM - 6:55 PM:
040 Div (Tito's LR2 vs Labatt LR4)
7:10 PM - 8:20 PM:
040 Div (Torgon LR1 vs PBA LR3)