Club Coaching Professionals
Amongst our team of highly-skilled and experienced coaching professionals, each has a unique competitive background that allows them to focus and specialize in different areas of athlete development. Within each discipline of figure skating, several coaching categories have been created, ranging from Recreational to International, to help the Club’s members best identify their coach based on their goals within the sport. To view the Club’s coaches, please select your desired discipline below, followed by the coaching category of your choice.
Ice Dance Coaches
The Club’s specialty coaches work in a secondary capacity to a skater’s primary or head coach to offer specialty coaching or instruction in any number of areas. The most common of these areas are grouped below. The Club also allows guest coaches from outside of the Club, especially in the areas of choreography and performance, to work with Club skaters on a short-term or specialized basis. Members should consult with their primary or head coach if interested in working with a specialty coach, whether from within or outside of the Club’s staff. Club permission is required for all non-staff coaches to work with a skater on one of the Club’s restricted sessions.
The Club’s junior coaching program allows Club skaters who are 18 years or older and actively training at the Club and competing at the junior or senior level, to work with younger members as an assistant coach to a Club professional. Many younger skaters find it very inspiring and encouraging to work with junior coaches, and that they add a positive element to their overall coaching program. Members should speak with their primary coach if they are interested in a junior coach working with their skater.