Coach Emily Viehouser 

Emily started skating in Spokane at the age of 8, and quickly fell in love with the sport. She competed in Freestyle for over 10 years and went on to compete at the National level in Ice Dance. Emily is a Double gold medalist in both Moves In The Field and Solo Free Dance and is currently testing through the Solo Pattern Dances. She coaches Learn To Skate, Freestyle, Moves in the Field, And Showcase to all ages and anyone willing to learn! Emily’s family moved to Pullman Washington in early 2021 and she has since then started coaching at the new Palouse Hills Ice Rink in Moscow Idaho! Emily’s love of skating has continued from childhood into adulthood and has no means of slowing down as she continues to try her hardest on the ice. Her favorite things are to watch her students fall in love with figure skating and to skate to their full potential.  Please reach out to Coach Emily if you would like to arrange a lesson. (509)818-7992 or Email: emilyviehouser@gmail.com

Coach Levani Tsiklauri

Levani Tsiklauri started learning to skate here in Moscow when he was just 4 years old. He’s now 15 and has been figure skating for 11 years. He has taken lessons in various places, including Moscow, Coeur d’Alene, Wenatchee, Spokane, and  Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has worked with coaches at both the national and Olympic levels and passed various tests determining his level as a figure skater; most recently the Junior Moves and Juvenile Freestyle tests.

Levani has competed in many different settings and has the medals to prove it. He is currently training with Randy Clark at the Lilac Figure Skating Club. Most importantly, He is certified with US Figure Skating as a coach, both privately and for Learn to Skate. He has taught in the Learn to Skate program many times and is available for private lessons. If you’re interested, please contact him at (973)-704-3806 by text.

 

Coach Sophia Tsiklauri

Sophia Tsiklauri has been figure skating for 11 years since she was 2 years old. She is now 13 years old and has passed up to the Juvenile Moves in the Field and the Pre-Preliminary Free Skate tests. Sophia has trained with multiple coaches at the national and Olympic levels and is currently training at the Lilac City Figure Skating Club in Spokane. She recently started working on double jumps and has competed in many competitions.

Sophia has been helping out with the Learn to Skate program for many years and is certified with US figure skating as a Learn to Skate coach. She loves helping people learn to skate, especially young kids, and is willing to work with anyone 2 years or older, including adults.

Sophia is available for private and/or group lessons after school and during the weekends. Please message her at (734-773-8577) if you have any questions or would like to set up a lesson.

 

Coach Stella Brown

I am a 7-year USFSA member and have been skating since I was 13 years old. I have trained in freestyle figure skating and theatre on ice amongst the Seattle ice rinks. I love to skate and be on the ice. I have passed my pre-preliminary moves in the field and have participated in qualifying and non-qualifying competitions. I have been coaching and volunteering for four years. I am USFSA certified and can coach for competitions and testing, for learning to skate, brushing up on old skills, as well as any possible ice shows here at the rink. I also help with the science on ice program here at PIR.
I am currently a student at the University of Idaho and am eager to share my love of the ice with anyone who is willing to learn. Feel free to contact me by phone (253) 508-2784 or by email at Stellabsk8@outlook.com

 

 

Coach Ashleigh Robinson

Ashleigh Robinson

Ashleigh Robinson has been skating for 4 years through Lake City Figure Skating Club. She has passed her Preliminary Freeskate test. She is qualified to teach up to Pre-Freeskate levels. Ashleigh is currently a University of Idaho student. She is willing to work with all age groups. Her available lesson times are flexible for whenever you or your skater want to learn. In lessons, Ashleigh encourages the skater to have a sense of fun and to learn to play on the ice. She wants all skaters to enjoy their ice time and make the most of their skills.

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