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Miranda has called SkateQuest her home rink since she first began skating at the age of two. During her 19 years of skating experience, she skated as a member of the Washington Figure Skating Club and was a South Atlantic Regional medalist. She has completed her Intermediate Freestyle test and is a Gold Medalist in Moves in the Field. Miranda is currently a member of the PSA, WFSC, and USFS. She has now been coaching for 4 years and enjoys sharing her knowledge and love for skating with her students. She is available to teach both group and private lessons and is available to take students to test sessions and non-qualifying competitions.
Traci is a Professional Skaters Association (PSA) rated coach with a Level VII Ranking having trained skaters from beginners to National, International, Junior Grand Prix, Junior Grand Prix Final, Grand Prix, Junior World and World level competition. Fourteen skaters, coached by Traci, have qualified for Nationals and won nine medals and five championships to date. She has coached seven International skaters representing the U.S. and three other countries. Traci has received the prestigious Developmental Coach of the Year Award. She enjoys developing young skaters to their fullest potential. In addition, Traci holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kansas.
Cherie has been coaching full time since 1990 and has been at SkateQuest since opening. She holds two PSA Master level ratings and is a Certified Moves coach. Many current private lesson students have been with her over 6 years and remain motivated through clear guidance, positive feedback and fun opportunities. Students choose to (1) skate for fun and good health, (2) take USFS tests, and/or (3) participate in ice shows and competitions. Her specialties are: fundamentals, choreography, moves-in-the-field and freestyle. She is a professional member of USA Gymnastics, PSA, US Figure Skating, and the WFSC.
Michelle has 29 years of skating experience and has been coaching in various capacities throughout her skating career. She is a USFS Gold Medalist in ice dance and has completed her Junior test in Free Dance. Michelle is an 8 time National Champion in the disciplines of synchronized skating, solo ice dance and showcase. She continues to compete as a member of DC EDGE Synchronized skating team, in adult competitions and at the Senior level in solo ice dance. Additionally, Michelle has a BA from Hofstra University in Journalism. She is a member of USFS and PSA.
Coach Lana is a proud mother of 2 and has been instructing students at Skatequest for 6 years.
She began skating in her early teens and has accumulated over 20 years skating experience. While having been trained herself by the industry's finest, Lana shares that knowledge and love of sport with her own students. Over the years, Lana has coached countless children and adults toward their personal goals with a strong focus on positive reinforcement, self-confidence and enjoyment in sport. She has been a continuous member of USFSA, WFSC and PSA, through which she continues her certification and education. Lana calls it a privilege to do for a living what she loves.
Linda coaches all levels of power skating, from first-time skaters to college hockey players, and all ages, from pre-school to adult. She is a USFS double gold medalist in Figures and Freestyle and spent her summers training in Lake Placid, NY. Most of her instruction is private or semi-private lessons but she works with teams and clubs as well. Her students include players selected in the OHL Draft and the USHL Futures Draft, prep school and college club players, USA Hockey Festival Camp attendees, and NCAA division I and III players. Coaching has been Linda's passion for 37 years. For the past 20 years she has focused primarily on power skating, geared specifically to the needs of hockey players. Linda holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from George Mason University.
USFS, PSA and USA Hockey member with Category B Continuing Education and PSA Hockey I. She is currently preparing to take the USFS Gold Ice Dance test. A graduate of The George Washington University with experience in elementary education, she loves working with pre-school through elementary ages, and specializes in Basic Skills, Introductory Ice Dance, and Hockey power skating.
He is the 1991 Russian National Silver medalist and the 1992 Cup of Russia Men's Gold medalist. He was a principal skater for Disney on Ice. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education. He is a Junior Worlds, International, National, Sectional and Junior National level coach. He is available to teach all levels. He is a member of USFS, PSA and ISI.
Ross Lansel started skating at the age of three in British Columbia. He started playing hockey and was then introduced to figure skating at the age of six. As a hockey player he won a provincial title. As a figure skater, Ross was a provincial gold medalist (equivalent to South Atlantics Regional), a national competitor, and a principal Disney on Ice skater. Ross has a passion for coaching and has excelled at it, coaching Olympic, international, and national competitors. He was one of four coaches that started an elite seminar group, Grassroots To Champions (G2C). With G2C, he traveled all over the United States and Canada to conduct seminars. After G2C, Ross created a new seminar series, HOP, with two other coaches. Ross has an excitement for coaching and is looking forward to helping all skaters at every level achieve their goals. Ross specializes in choreography, pole work, and technical aspects of skating.
She is a 2 time Olympic, 10 time World and many times International competitor. She was a Gold Medalist at the ISU Grand Prix of NHK Trophy, Grand Prix Final and 4 Continents. She has 30 years skating experience and 12 years teaching experience. She is a U.S. Junior National and International level coach. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education. She is available to teach all levels and ages. She is a member of USFS, PSA and ISI.
Born and raised in Canada, she moved to the USA in 2006. A former nationally ranked Synchronized skater for over 15 years who retired after the birth of her twins. She is the mother of 4 children & teaches skating from 2 thru adult. She holds 1 bronze medal as well as 2 silver medals from the Canadian National Synchronized skating championships & USA National Synchronized skating championships. She is a CFSA Senior silver ice dancer who is available to teach basic skills through Freestyle, hockey drills, prelim dances/moves, choreography & off-ice . She teaches both group/private lessons and is a member of the PSA and WFSC. She enjoys working with tots, adults, group lesson skaters, and specializes in special needs skaters. Her focus is to help each student achieve their skating goals by giving them the solid basic skating fundamentals that will assist them in whatever skating discipline they choose. She is currently working on achieving her PSA coach ratings.
She is a Russian National Junior Pairs champion, Junior Worlds Bronze Medalist, International competitor, and a member of a Russian National team for six years. She was a principal skater with Disney on Ice, Moscow on Ice, and Russian All Stars. She has 12 years of teaching experience and has worked with National, International, World and Olympic skaters. She specializes in Freestyle, Pairs, and Moves in the Field.
She is a USFS Gold Medalist in both Freestyle and Moves in the Field. She is a member of the PSA, USFS and an ISI Gold judge. As a competitive skater, Megan was a South Atlantic Regional medalist and Eastern Sectional competitor. She graduated from George Mason University with a B.S. in Psychology and a Minor in Dance. She is available to teach all levels of Freestyle and Moves in the Field, as well as off-ice training and choreography.
She is a U.S. and Canadian Gold Medalist in Figures, Freestyle, and Dance. She trained at Lake Placid Olympic center and is a Junior Nationals coach. She teaches all ages competitively and recreationally in Freestyle, Moves in the Field and Basic Skills. She is a member of the USFS, PSA, and WFSC.
She is a Double Gold Medalist in Freestyle and Moves in the Field. She competed numerous times at the higher levels at Eastern Sectionals by qualifying through South Atlantic Regionals. She competed at every level in the USFS competitive structure. She is a graduate of George Mason University with a B.A. in English and a focus in creative writing. She has a long history at SkateQuest, as this was her home rink during her 13 years of competitive skating.
Vasiliy was a U.S. Nationals,European and World Championships skater, earned title of Latvian National Champion. He has almost two decades of coaching, he is Master rated by Professional Skaters Association. He is a U.S. National and Sectional level coach and specializes in Moves in the Field, Powerskating and Choreography.
He is a 2 time Olympic, 7 time World, and many times International competitor. He has 13 years teaching experience and has worked with National, International, World and Olympic skaters. He is a U.S. Junior National and Sectional level coach. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education. He is available to teach all ages and levels in Figure Skating and Power Skating.
She won the National and International Synchronized Skating title with her Miami University of Ohio Synchronized skating team. She was ranked 9th as a member of the US Figure Skating World team. She has been the coach of the Capitol Steps for 4 years, and has taught private lessons in Moves, Dance, Freestyle, and Stroking for 2.5 years. She is a USFS Gold Medalist in Dance, Free Dance, and Moves in the Field. She is a member of the PSA and USFS.
She graduated from the Kiev University of Physical Education and Sport with a degree in Figure Skating. After graduating, she was a principal skater in the Ukraine Ballet on Ice, Cypress Gardens Ice Skating Show, Seattle Ice Theater, Magic on Ice, and Wheeler Productions. She is available to teach private lessons in Freestyle and Moves in the Field.
She is a triple-gold medalist in Dance, Free dance, and Moves in the Field. She is a two-time Adult National Gold Medalist and continues to compete at national and international events. She has 12 years teaching experience and is available to teach all ages in Dance, Freestyle, and Moves in the Field.