Prince William Ice Center is the premier spot for skaters. Our coaches, listed below, are all insured professional members of US Figure Skating (USFS).
We are proud to offer both Private and Group instruction with these highly qualified coaches.
Please call 703-730-8423 and speak with our Skating Director Marina Khaltourina for futher information or email Marina at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lessons are arranged individually with the coach. Payments for ice time are due to Prince William Ice Center BEFORE the skater takes the ice for the lesson.
World, International, and National Coach. Coaching for over 25 years in USFS and ISI. Coach students from beginning through International and World levels. Laura Amelina has a ballet and ice dance background that enables her to understand music to choreograph programs to virtually any style of music. She has worked as a choreographer for many years and has had experience with many different levels and abilities. PSA Ranking Level IV. PSA Senior Rated. Available to teach USFS Moves in the Field, Dance, choreography, and a wide variety of off-ice exercises for all levels and ages.
Suzie is originally from Central New York and has loved her time in the beautiful Virginia area. She is an ESOL teacher during the day and has experience teaching all grade levels as a classroom teacher and college instructor. Much of her coaching experience was in New York where she taught group lessons and private lessons to children and adults. Some were successful competitors and others skated for the joy of skating and to pass USFSA skating tests. She competed for many years at Regionals, is an Empire State Games medalist, and Adult National and Adult Sectional medalist. Her training experience includes time spent with Olympic and World coaches at Olympic training centers. Suzie has gold medals in Moves In The Field, Freestyle, Ice Dancing, and Solo Ice Dancing and loves choreographing routines. You can find her in many local community theater musicals and singing on stage with local cover bands.
Competitive skater for nineteen years. Competed in singles, pairs and ice dancing. Routinely competed in regional competitions such as Mid-Atlantics, North Atlantics and Easterns. Performed in shows on the east coast with the Ice Theater of New York. Available for all levels and ages. (USFSA, ISI, Freestyle, Ice Dancing, Pairs, Choreography and Moves in the Field).
Cheryl has over 20 years of teaching experience and is available to teach all levels of Freestyle and Moves in the Field on both a competitive USFS and recreational ISI basis. Former Regional and Sectional USFS competitor. She is a member of USFS, ISI, and PSA. Cheryl is a USFS Category A certified coach and is PSA rated in both Freestyle and Moves in the Field.
1998 Olympian and 7-time Worlds and International competitor, 19 years of coaching experience. Marina is available to teach all levels and ages on and off the ice; Freestyle, Pairs, Moves In The Field, Synchronized Skating, Choreography and beginner Hockey (skating skills).
Heather is a National and International competitor, North Atlantic bronze medalist and U.S Junior national competitor, with 10 years of teaching experience in freestyle, moves in the field, pairs and choreography. Heather available to teach all ages and levels, has experience judging the Special Olympics and working with the Athletes. Danced in several productions with Moscow Ballet. USFSA member.
Dominique has 15 years of competitive figure skating experience, and is a US Figure Skating Double Gold Medalist in Moves in the Field and Freestyle. A former Regional competitor, she is the recipient of the Scott Hamilton Skaters Education Scholarship and is pursuing a degree in International Relations and French Language at Wellesley College. As a LTS-USA certified coach, Dominique is available to teach skaters at all ages and levels both on and off the ice in Freestyle, Choreography, and Moves in the Field.
Leticia Moreno Enos
Leticia is a USFS Category B registered Coach and holds PSA registered ratings in Group, Program Director and Synchronized Skating. She has over 20 years experience in competitive skating. History includes a national title and international competition in Synchronized Skating, competition and testing in Freestyle, Ice Dance, and Moves in the Field. She has over 10 years teaching experience and is available to teach Basic Skills, Moves in the Field, Freestyle and Choreography. Leticia holds a BM in Music Business Management and a MA in Nonprofit Arts Management.
Lesson rate is available upon request.
Jared has been playing ice hockey for 16 years as a goalie. Loves all aspects of the game of ice hockey and goaltending (mental, technical and physical). Played from 2003-2013 for the Prince William Panthers. After youth hockey, Jared played at Slippery Rock University (ACHA D1) and at Cleveland State University (ACHA D2). Loves working with young athletes and helping them improve their game to reach the next level in hockey. Aspires to one day coach with a professional hockey team, work in hockey operations at a high level and/or represent hockey players by being an agent. Is currently a USA Hockey Level 3 coach and a Bronze Level Goaltending coach. Loves bringing intensity, energy and positivity to the game. Obtained a Bachelors degree in Sports Management at Slippery Rock University and has done 1 year of Masters degree at Cleveland State University also in Sports Management. Is available to coach any age and skill level.
Kris has been playing organized hockey since early childhood in Eastern Pennsylvania. After taking some time off after high school to serve his country as a US Marine for 10 years. Kris has been coaching the past 3 years with the Prince William Ice Center as Skating and Hockey Instructor. Also, he has been coaching for several local hockey clubs in the Virginia area for the past 6+ years. Kris has a son who plays as a 12U (PeeWee) goalie for the St James 12U AA Gold Team. Coach Kris is available to instruct at all levels of ice skaters and hockey players at the youth level to adult league players.
Working closely with the skater and family we identify goals that align with their vision of the skating experience – for example, extra practice to support Learn to Skate lessons, power skating skills, and even competition. My focus is on teaching the fundamentals to mastery and then building upon skills to successfully build skating talent. I also take time to explain how a skill is applied in an advanced setting to help the skater understand the technical detail as well as the next steps/growth targets. I use humor and positive feedback to build the relationship with the skater. Second only to the parent, I am my skater’s biggest cheerleader!
Coach Jonathan recently moved to Virginia after graduating from college in Upstate NY where he played Division III hockey at SUNY Geneseo. His resume includes State Championships in both New York and Massachusetts, three USA Hockey National Championship appearances, three Select USA Hockey Player Development Camps (Under-15, 16, and 17), New England Prep Hockey Championship Finalist, and a trip to the 2014 NCAA D-III Hockey Final Four. Coach Jonathan is interested in instructing all levels of skaters and hockey players. If you are interested in an off-ice strength and conditioning program, Coach is also a Certified Personal Trainer.
Olympic fourth place, World and Europian Silver medalist. Coaching for over 30 years. Produced many National, International and World Champions and medalists. Alexander Vlassov as a Master Rated PSA coach combines his life long knowledge of figure skating with his technological abilities to bring to the rink a truly unique skating experience. The combination of skating and technology enables him to instantly give skaters feedback on their performance not only with words but also with the use of computer analyzing programs. Available to teach Freestyle, Pairs, and a wide variety of off-ice exercises for all levels and ages.
Jennifer has been playing organized hockey since early childhood in Northern New York State. Played on all boys team until second year Pee-Wee level then transferred to all girls team. In 1992, her Midget Girls team won the New York State Championship who went on to compete in Nationals in Duluth, MN. As a Junior in high school, chosen to participate in Girls 17 select USA Hockey Player Development Camp held in St. Cloud, MN. In the late 1990's into the early 2000's, Captained the Prince William Wildcats, as part of the Mid-Atlantic Women's Hockey Leauge. Took a leave of absence to raise a family, now has a 5 year-old daughter who participates in the Pro Intensity Hockey Program at Prince William Ice Center
Half-hour rate available upon request