Jennifer Johnson


USFSA Gold Test Medalist in Ice Dance, with three International dance tests. PSA Certified Coach and Choreographer.  USA Hockey member with PSA Hockey Level 3 Certification.  George Washington University graduate with a background in music and education.   Jennifer specializes in Ice Dance, Skating Skills, and Hockey Power Skating for all levels through Tier 1.  

Lana Jones


Coach Lana is a mother of 2 and with over 25 years skating experience, has been a coach with Skatequest for the past 12 years. To this day, she continues to skate for self enjoyment while attaining certifications through the Professional Skaters Association. As a complement to these, she is also a Certified Personal Trainer and Performance Enhancement Specialist (NASM-PES) with the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Coach Lana takes great pleasure in learning the biomechanics of figure skating, and desires to teach this in a simple, enjoyable way. Her goal is to help students of all ages, not just learn to skate, but develop a love and understanding of how our bodies perform the amazing feats that ice skating has to offer.  She is a current member of PSA, WFSC, USFSA.

Tatyana Malinina


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.

Haruka Miranda


Haruka began skating at the age of 6 in Kyoto, Japan. She is a 3-time JGP competitor and 5-time Japanese National Competitor in Junior and Senior Ladies. While on Japan’s National team, Haruka won the JGP Baltic Cup. In the United States, she trained at the World Arena in Colorado Springs under renowned choreographer Tom Dickson and former Olympic competitor Catarina Lindgren. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Health and Sports Science from Doshisha University. She performed with “Disney on Ice” as a principle skater and worked under Japan’s Olympic coach Mie Hamada as an assistant instructor, responsible for instructing students, selecting and editing music, and choreographing Novice and Junior programs.

Marion Monaghan


Born and raised in Canada, she has been a SkateQuest coach for 10 years. A nationally ranked Synchronized skater she teaches ages 2 through adult and specializes in special needs skaters. She holds one National Bronze Medal and two National Silver Medals (Canadian National Synchronized Skating Championships & USA National Synchronized Skating Championships). She is a CFSA Senior silver ice dancer available to teach basic skills, Freestyle, hockey drills, prelim dances/MIF and choreography. She is a USFS Category B Coach and a member of PSA, USFS and Learn to Skate USA. 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.

Olga Neizvestnaya


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 20 years of teaching experience and has worked with National, International, World and Olympic skaters. She specializes in Freestyle, Pairs, and Moves in the Field.

Megan Noss


Megan’s passion for skating began when she stepped on the ice at age 5! She is a USFSA Gold Medalist in both Freestyle and Moves of the Field.  She is a member of PSA, USFS, and WFSC. Megan was a South Atlantic Regional medalist and an Eastern Sectional Championships competitor. She graduated from George Mason University with a B.S. in Psychology and a Minor in Dance. A coach at SkateQuest for the past ten years, Megan teaches all levels of Freestyle and Moves of the Field, as well as choreography and off-ice training.

Jennifer Park


Jennifer grew up in Northern Virginia and started skating at the age of five. She has 11 years of competitive skating experience, during which she was a regional, sectional and junior national level skater. She is a USFS double gold medalist in Moves in the Field and Freestyle. She has 12 years of coaching experience and is available to teach all levels and ages.

Jennifer is also a member of USFS and PSA. Additionally, she earned a B.A. in history from George Mason University.

Vlada Rybka

Roman Skorniakov


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.

Nataliya Tymoshenko


Nataliya graduated from the Kiev University Of Physical Education and Sport with degree In Figure Skating. After graduating, she was a principal skater in the Ukraine Ballet on ice, Cypress Gardens Ice skating show, Steve Wheeler Production, Willy Bietak Production. She has 10 years of coaching experience. She choreographed programs for national and international skaters. Nataliya specializes in teaching skating skills, Moves in the Field, choreography, spins For all levels. She is a member of PSA and USFSA.

Margie Weiss

  • Certified personal trainer.
  • Trainer to Olympians and national competitors
  • Former owner, 2 Gold’s Gyms; owner-coach MG Gymnastics, which produced international athletes for 20 years
  • AFAA certified Aerobic instructor for Sport & Health, Crunch and OneLife gyms, CPR
  • Specialties:  athletes, assessing potential liabilities in athletes, with exercises to enhance potential

Born in Reston, Virginia, Sara began her ballet training at a local studio at age 4. During her high school years, she taught seven ballet classes a week to kids ages 2-13. She spent three summers in NYC studying with renowned teachers such as Gelsey Kirkland and ABT head coach Irina Kolpakova. Through one such program, Sara was selected to premiere in a production of Cinderella with ABT stars Misty Copeland and Calvin Royal III. Sara also attended summer teacher training programs, where she studied the Vaganova ballet technique and methodology with Ludmila Safronova, student of Agrippina Vaganova herself. Following graduation, Sara became the first ever international student at the prestigious Igor Moiseyev Professional Ballet Academy in Moscow, Russia. There she studied Russian ballet technique and international folk dance. Sara enjoys sharing her knowledge and love for ballet as well as helping students enhance their expressiveness, discipline, flexibility, technique and balance.