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Rolla Skate Club is a community of empowered women+ on wheels


Rolla online

Got a 5ft by 5ft spot? Roll with us from the comfort of your own home!

Rolla in Vancouver

Looking for face to face classes in Vancouver, BC? We’ve got you!

What we’re about

Be Your own hero

We’re here to help you celebrate what your body can do. Rollerskaters come in all shapes and sizes!

All levels welcome

We’ve got a range of classes suited to all skill levels and abilities. Whether you’ve never laced up skates before, or you’re a seasoned skater. We want to roll with you!

safe space

We believe that falling is learning and that you know yourself best. Our classes often allow you to choose your adventure!

Get involved

become a certified instructor

love to teach and share your passion? become a Rolla Coach.

Open your own rolla

want to roll in your city? we can help you get set up.

Rolla derby

Do you already play? Or looking to get started?
Learn more about Short Track Roller Derby and how to get involved.


We love events. Especially events on eight wheels!

However, to help stop the spread of COVID-19, we’ve put this part of our business on hold. Stay tuned for updates. We hope to roll with you soon.


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How do I book a class?

If it’s your first time visiting Rolla Skate Club, we’ll ask you to join our Intro to Rollerskating class. Your best bet is our “Start Rolling” pass. You can purchase your pass and book on our class calendar, or email us and we’ll get you scheduled in!

What equipment do I need?

We have rollerskates, knee pads and wrist guards available for you to borrow (no extra charge). Please bring your own helmet (a bike helmet works great!). If you’ve got your own gear, by all means bring it. You should wear comfortable clothing you don’t mind sitting on the floor in or getting your sweat on!

Do you rent equipment?

You can borrow our rollerskates and protective gear during your classes, free of charge! We ask members on an ongoing membership to get their own protective gear. Everyone is in charge of their own helmet. If you are looking to rent rollerskates for a film production, please contact events @ We do not rent out rollerskates to be taken offsite.

Where can I buy skates?

If you’re in the Vancouver area, please visit - they are our local skate shop, and Canada’s oldest! They will take very good care of you.

What age can I start?

Our weekly Rolla classes are for skaters aged 16 and up. We also have a weekly Teen session (check the Rolla GRRL classes on the calendar for details) available to ages 12-16. Classes for younger children are on hold until further notice.

Do you have reduced pricing for those in need?

We work with local organizations to improve access to rollerskating, particularly for BIPOC skaters. We also have a "Rollas Helping Rollas" bursary program available to anyone with financial need. Learn more


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