Gr8 Comeback: Adult Women’s Skating Lessons Gain Popularity at Indy – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Dinah Allen has discovered that her love for music and roller skating can help lift people up. Now she uses it as a fun way to help people improve their skills.
Allen, known around Indianapolis as “Muffy,” discovered her passion in Skateland while watching adult skaters perform synchronized dance moves.
“Random skating, turns and spins,” Allen remembers. “I was like, ‘I want a piece of this. “”
She joined the Naptown Real Rolls and 17 years later, she is still in love with skating.
“This is peace, this is joy and this is my world,” she said. “When I skate, no one can touch me. It’s like I’m floating.
Skating has taken Allen across the country, but COVID-19 has given him a reason to bring something special back to his hometown.
“Since the pandemic occurred, there has been an increase in the number of people wanting to learn to roller skate,” she said. “They got the skates and they’re like ‘Oh, I don’t know how to get up, I don’t know how to stop [or] I don’t even know how to get there.
From beginners who need to know the basics to people who want to roller skate like the pros, she’s ready to teach you.
“By working with me, I certainly help you develop that self-confidence and I leave you with tools with which you can practice in your garage, in your kitchen, at home or at the rink,” she said. declared.
Click on here if you want to register for a course.