Liudmila started skating at the age of three in Moscow, Russia. She participated in many World and International competitions (ISU Grand Prix, Skate America, Cup of Russia 2002, World Figure Skating Championship 2003). Liudmila left her mark on figure skating history when on Skate America 2002 she became the first European women who jumped Triple Axel.
She sees the sport as a tool to teach invaluable life lessons. She concentrates on the importance of details, self awareness, practice, and hard work. She ignites a fire and passion for self perfection in her students guiding them but allowing them to explore their own ways. She is dedicated to developing strong foundations in all aspects of skating (jumps, spins, artistry, moves in the field, flexibility and strength) to shape and mold successful, well rounded, polished skaters.
Liudmila has a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education and Psychology. She has over 12 years of extensive coaching experience. She specializes in building up complicated elements of perfect quality. Her approach is to understand strong and weak sides of students, help them to improve their strong points, overcome their weakness to make easier and faster elements perfection. She is available to teach all levels and ages. She is a member of USFS and PSA.