As a former National and World International Figure Skating competitor and medal winner, Jacki has always had a passion for skating. She started at the young age of 6 and quickly fell in love with it, skating first for fun and skill, then moving on to competition. She trained 8 to 10 hours per day, 6 days a week, up through her retirement from competition, learning to master the art of edges and gaining strength in technique and speed.
Since then she has gone on to instruction in power skating, and has coached players with the NHL, IHL, OHL and Division One college hockey. She also continues to coach National and International figure skaters. Jacki truly enjoys teaching those that want to be competitive and those that want to improve their skating abilities.
Jacki’s constant pursuit of understanding and the desire for speed have driven her back to competition in the sport of speed skating. She is proud to be a Gold Medal winner in the World Masters Competition in Germany 2012.
A Note from Jacki
“My goal in life is for each of my students to be a better skater than me! I want them to go out and practice their skill, and to teach someone else what they’ve learned. I want to constantly learn and grow as a skater. It makes me proud to see my students improve and really get it.
I put a lot of myself into my instruction and into each student. I truly believe every skater can benefit from speed and power skating instruction.”