Inline Skate Ninja
1330 28th Street SE
Washington, DC - 20020
Inline Skate Ninja builds better people through the art of inline skating. At ISN, we aim to offer the best quality inline skating learning experience through personalized lessons and group instruction. Through our instruction and certification process, our students improve their skating knowledge and ability as well as important safety, critical thinking, and organizational skills.
As of right now, Inline Skate Ninja is still building and growing. Within the next year our goal is to set our roots at a physical location in the Washington, DC area. As the skating community grows, the local industry that supports it needs to grow as well. While we have ambitious goals to become the premier skate instruction school of Washington, DC, we’re starting out as the resource that skaters need in order to keep the wheels rolling.
Be sure to check out some of the other services that we offer including skate repair courses, fitness routines, and skate instructor certification (Coming soon).
DC Inner City Excellence—DC Inner City Excellence (DC-ICE) unites urban skaters of all backgrounds in pursuit of excellence in body, mind, and spirit. DC-ICE is rooted in the universal principles of Olympism and attracts Olympic-caliber athletes, coaches & community leaders to serve as instructors, mentors & supporters of year-round skating-based youth development programs
CyberNinjaz — Cyberninjaz is a summer camp and technology company founded in 2014 by a group of educators and professionals with a passion for education and workforce development.
Peterbug Shoe Repair Academy — John “Peter Bug” Matthews, a fifth-generation Washingtonian, has been training young men as cobblers since 1977. He became known as “Peter Bug” because of an old VW he fixed up and drove years ago. Members of his Academy, some as young as 8 years old, commit to learning a trade, keeping up their grades, and performing public service. Leather repairs and other part-time jobs help them earn money without getting into trouble. Some of the shoes young apprentices learn to fix are donated, and well-repaired shoes are given to families unable to afford new footwear.
In the Summer of 2017, Inline Skate Ninja took its first steps to becoming it's own skate instruction school. Malik and 5 other skaters ventured from Washington, DC to Torrance, California to participate in Camp Skate IA's 2017 summer program. After a week of skating and workshops, everyone successfully passed their level 1 skate instructor certification, enhancing their ability to deliver inline skating to the Washington, DC area.
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