I used to figure skate for six years when I was a kid. But I quitted it after I became busy with my school. I haven't gone to the rink for really a long time. Now I only do ballet.
I am curious if I can skate again. I don't think that I can jump well (I never liked jumps in the first place). But it would be nice if I could spin again. During the period of time I was gradually quitting FS, I remember losing the techniques from the most difficult to the easiest---just one by one. Last time I went there (already a year ago), I could only do regular layback, sit, camel, and upright and felt dizzy I was also too scared to jump. It's kind of irretating for not being able to do what you could do before.
Does anyone have experience of learning FS as a kid and restart it as an adult? If so, do you take lessons? Have you been able to relearn what you were able to do before?
I am also interested in ice dancing. I recall a lot of adults learning ice dancing. Would you recommend to adult skaters ice-dancing over single?
Also how much shall I expect to pay for the lesson for single and for ice-dancing? I recall my parents paying like $50 per 30 mins when I was a kid. I am afraid that it can be even more expensive now.