Chelsea Figure Skating Club

Professional Coaching Staff


 

Megan Salamon -- Figure Skating Director

(614) 638-7186 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rated and Ranked level II by Professional Skaters Association

USFS Tests Passed: Senior Freestyle, Senior Moves in the Field, Senior Pairs

As a skater, Megan was a national competitor in singles, pairs, and synchronized skating. In addition to competing internationally for the US in singles skating, she earned the titles of Regional Ladies Champion, Sectional Pairs Champion, and 3-time Synchronized Skating National Bronze Medalist. Her specialties include choreography and coaching all levels of freestyle. She has coached students at both the Regional and Sectional levels, and choreographed for skaters at the National and International levels in her six years of coaching. She is also a NASM certified personal trainer, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Movement Science from the University of Michigan, and a a Master of Science degree in Exercise Science from UCLA.


Kayleah Crosby-Rowley -- Learn to Skate Coordinator

 (517) 581-0014 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 Rated and Ranked level II by Professional Skaters Association

 USFS Tests Passed: Novice Freestyle, Senior Moves in the Field, Gold Dance

Kayleah has been coaching since 2005, and specializes in moves in the field and all levels of freestyle. She heads both the Washtenaw Edge High School Skating Team, and the Coliseum Comets Synchronized Skating Teams. On a personal level, she skated competitively since the age of 7, both in freestyle and ice dance, and competed with the University of Michigan Synchronized Skating Team (2011 and 2012 National Bronze medalists). Outside of skating, Kayleah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Michigan and a Master of Science in Clinical Behavioral Psychology from Eastern Michigan.


 Amy Majeske

(734) 645-4295 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Amy has been coaching at the Coliseum Figure Skating Club for 13 years, and spent several years as a synchronized skater herself. She is certified with U.S. Figure Skating, and has the credentials to take kids to basic skills competitions, as well as USFS non-qualifying competitions and test sessions. She is confident and up-to-date with coaching skaters from all levels of basic skills up through the Juvenile level. She is a strong believer that honest hard work can also be lots of fun!


 Katie White

(810) 730-6890 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

USFS Tests Passed: Senior Freestyle, Senior Movies in the Field, Pre-Gold Compulsory Dance

Katie has over 20 years of skating experience. She was a 6-time EGL Regional competitor, 5-time medalist at the Michigan High School State Championships, and Intercollegiate National competitor in singles.  In synchronized skating, she was a member of Team USA and a 4-time National bronze medalist.  She has five years of coaching experience, and her strengths include all levels of freestyle, moves in the field, and basic skills. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology from the University of Michigan.

 


 

Jonathan Hayward

(802) 999-9309 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PSA Ratings: Master Moves in the Field Instructor, Master Group Instructor, Senior Freestyle Instructor, Certified Ice Dancing Instructor, Registered Pair Instructor, Hockey Power Skating Level 2

USFS Tests Passed: Senior Freestyle, Senior Moves in the Field, Intermediate Pair, Pre-silver Compulsory Dance and 1st Figure

A Two-Time U.S. National Medalist and a Three-Time USFS Regional Champion, Jonathan is a PSA Double-Master Rated Coach, and a PSA Accredited Level 2 Power Hockey Skating Coach. During his 14 years of experience coaching skating before moving to Michigan in the fall of 2016, he coached and trained skaters ranging from 3 year old beginners to regional champions and adults. He loves to work with skaters of all ages and abilities. Outside of skating, Jonathan holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biology from the University of Vermont, and he is also a National Medalist Ballroom Dancer.