Principal Skater with Disney on Ice “Nemo”
Completed Gold CFSA/Senior USFS Tests
Novice Regional Champion Canada
Trained under Olympic Coaches Michael Jiranek, Jan Ullmark,
David Howe in both singles and pairs
Certified: PSA, USFS, CER category A
Qualified: Basic Skills to Senior
Teaches: Moves: Free Style: Choreography: Pairs: off-ice : Group: Hockey skating technique and mechanics, power and conditioning
Co/Author: Skate of Mind, training manual
Placed on the podium at State Games of America: at National Showcase: at Badger State Games
and at local competitions. Students also competed at Upper Great Lakes Regional Championships.
Former students have successfully passed tests from Pre-preliminary through Senior
Tamarah also teaches power skating and technique for Hockey players. Former teams have won state
Championships, both youth and high school. Former students include Bethel Univ. MVP, NAHL forward
Tamarah is also the director of programming at LA ICE Arena, and the Basic Skills Director for the Figure Skating Club of Louisiana.
To set up a private lesson for figure skating or hockey contact Tamarah at 337-896-2040 or email@example.com
Completed Senior USFS Tests, Pre-silver dance
Former National U.S Competitor
Represented the United States in 2000 at N.A. Challenge cup
University of Notre Dame Synchronized skating team member
Member of elite training center Chicago IL
Certified: PSA, CER category A
Qualified: Basic Skills to Senior
Teaches: Moves: Freestyle: Dance: Choreography: Group: Off-ice
Lisa began coaching in 2005 with Basic skills group lessons and private lessons while she studied mechanical engineering. She relocated to Louisiana in 2007 after graduating.
Marienne Gomez Bourgeois
Teaches: Group, FreeStyle, Moves in the Fied, Choreography, Off Ice, Slide Board
Qualified: Basic Skills to Intermidiate
Marienne excels at technique and choreography, and is constantly furthering her education in the sport.
To set up a private lesson with Marienne, please call 225-302-0065 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BJ is a professional Goalie in the CHL and will be conducting camps as well as teaching private lessons for Goalies sporadically at LA Ice.
Originally from Lakeville MN, BJ was drafted in the 3rd round by the Indiana Ice in the USHL. The following year he played for the Fargo/Moorhead Jets in the NAHL. He then committed to St. Cloud State University Division 1 in the WCHA where he played for two years and then transferred to St. Norbert College Division 3. During his Sr year with St. Norbert College, his team won the National Championship. After finishing college BJ signed with Rio Grande Valley in the CHL, he then played in Augusta for the Riverhawks, and was then traded to the Louisiana Ice Gators. From there he was called up to Greenville in the ECHL, and later signed with the Missouri Mavericks in the CHL where he finished the 2012 season. While he was in Missouri he was also called up to the Chicago Wolves in the AHL.
* – U.S. College Hockey Online 2011 NCAA
Division III Player of the Year
* – First player in NCAA Division III history to
be named Frozen Four’s Most Outstanding
Player twice (2010 and 2011)
* – Led St. Norbert to 2011 NCAA Division III
national championship and 2010 national runner-
* – Won Division III goaltending’s “Triple
Crown” in 2011, leading the country in save percentage
(.931), goals against average (1.63) and
winning percentage (.900)
* – Made NCAA Division III post-season record
70 saves in 2-1 double-overtime loss in 2010
national championship game
* – First-team All-America selection by AHCA
and USCHO.com in 2010 and 2011
* – Named Northern Collegiate Hockey
Association Player of the Year in 2011
* – First-team All-NCHA selection in 2010 and
Stephanie has played Ringette for fourteen years (many of her Ringette years consisted of her playing at a AAA Level.) and currently
has been playing hockey for the past three years. With the love of ice and team sports she completed her Ringette
Canada’s National Coaching Certification Program also known as NCCP as well as Ringette Officiating Certificate.
Stephanie decided to take and complete her Early Childhood Education and has worked with many children from the age of birth to twelve.
She enjoys teaching children and when she can put her training and experience together she can help anyone achieve their goals.
Coaching in Louisiana since 1996.
USFS tests passed:
Juvenile Free Dance
New Jersey State competition (1975)
Princeton FSC club competitions
Ice Skating Institute (ISI)
Hockeyplex FSC (past)
Louisiana FSC (Show/Competition Director)
Gold test Judge (have judged at National and World competitions)
ISI Adult National Competitions
2005 – Gold medals in Dance and Figures
2006 – Gold medals in Dance and Figures
Professional Skater’s Association (PSA) ratings:
Registered Dance Instructor
Senior Group Instructor
Hockey Level II
Master Sport Science & Medicine
Certified: PSA, USFS, CER Category A
PSA Registered Free Skate Instructor
PSA Certified Sports Science and Medicine
Tests Passed: Juvenile Freeskate and Novice Moves in the field
Coaches: Free Skate, Moves in the Field, Power Skaing, Choreography, Group Classes, Off Ice Conditioning
Amanda has been skaing in Louisiana since 1997, under the tutelage of Crystal David. She has been coaching since 2004 at LA Ice. Her Former students have competed in the Southwestern Regional Championships in qualifying rounds, and have tested through the Juvenile level in both Free Skate and Moves In the Field.
Emily was born and raised in International Falls, Minnesota. Here she skated as a member of the International Falls Figure Skating Club (IFFSC) from ages 11 to 18 and performed in each annual ice show event presented by the club.
Competitively, Emily skated in individual and synchronized skating events from 1996 – 2003 in the Minnesota and North Dakota regions and had tested through the Juvenile Freestyle and Juvenile Moves in the Field USFS levels.
and Broadmoor Open Basic Skills competitions with great success!