Whoa! That is amazing!
This is freaking me out a bit - because, I have a PT background and so I tend to think of these things and was seriously just thinking about this.... what if. I was thinking jumps would be very difficult because of the pressure (which is always an issue anyway) but just being able to glide and be on the ice, though I'm sure someone would seriously rock more than just gliding.
A few weeks ago on a lesson, there was another instructor on the ice, arms intertwined like 2 people strolling in the park, with a man in his 80's, possibly 90's who had really good skates on. He looked familiar but I didn't want to stare. He seemed to have Parkinson's (my best guess) and the high level instructor just had him out gliding, arm in arm, on the ice for a half hour. It was simply beautiful and I thought I want someone to do that for me someday if I can't do it myself.
That's what got my physical therapy brain thinking of various scenarios and skating.
Thanks for sharing this!