Leeza Shekhter - Director of Skating for Delta Skating Club
Leeza Shekhter has been figure skating since the age of 6 and has dedicated her entire life to this sport.
Leeza competed up to Senior Ladies category in freeskate. Leeza has been coaching since the age of 16 and is now a National Trained Coach. To help the skaters on the ice Leeza is currently studying Sport Science and working on her bachelors in physical education and coaching with a specialization in kinesiology.
Leeza is always looking for new ways to help our skaters improve and reach their goals on the ice.
Lena Belousovski - Freelance and Club Program Coach
Lena has skated her entire life. She competed at the Lillehammer Olympics at the age of 13 as a pair skater. Over the years, she became a Ukrainian champion multiple times, international medalist and later, after her retirement from the competition world, an ice show performer. Lena brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with her, precision execution of elements and creative choreography.
Angelique Bergheim started her figure skating career at the age of 9 and competed in the Star Skate stream up to Gold freeskate and was a Pond to Podium Bronze medalist. She first started coaching in 2015 for the City of Coquitlam which paved her passion for coaching.
Angelique has dedicated her life to the sport and is currently working towards her NCCP level 2.
She has experience working with skaters from ages 2-50 years old and believes that anyone can learn to skate. She is excited to work with all Delta figure skaters and hopes to help them all achieve their goals.
Inca has been figure skating since the age of 6 and competed up to Novice and Gold Ladies in freeskate. She has been coaching since 2015 and is currently studying in the Dual Degree program for Food, Nutrition and Health and Education.
As a coach, she strives to develop skaters to their fullest potential, inspire learning and help them achieve their skating goals in a fun, interactive and safe environment. She believes in teaching with demonstrations and by not only explaining what to do, but also what it feels like to do it.