Aimee is a former United States National and
International Competitor at the Senior (highest) level,
and a World Professional Silver Medalist with
over 20 years of coaching experience.
She is a USFS, CFS and ISU double gold medalist
(figures and Freestyle) and coaches all levels of skaters
in both USFS and ISI.
Aimee’s professional skating included performances
at Radio City Music Hall, TV and Movie appearances,
and a soloist in Ice Capades. Aimee is especially
knowledgeable about the IJS system.
In addition, Aimee graduated Magna Cum Laude from
CSUN with a BA in Child and Adolescent development,
which enables her to create developmentally appropriate
lesson plans for skaters of all ages.
Aimee’s coaching philosophy emphasizes not only
great technique, but good sportsmanship --
values that can be applied for a lifetime.
Angela-Christine Bajet was born hard of hearing and currently wears a cochlear implant on her right ear. She speaks orally as well as sign ASL (American Sign Language). She has more than 10 years of coaching experience and 2 as a coach. She competed over 70 ISI and USFSA competitions. In 2004 she received the William O'Smythe Perpetual Artistic Award for her self-choreographed artistic program in San Diego. She got the 5th place at the Junior National Figure Skating Championship. She competed in the California Theater on Ice and got the 4th place with the team at World Championships. She is also a choreographer.
Chelsee originates from one of the top world training facilities in the nation: The Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs, CO. She was a national competitor for over 12 years, and has been professionally coaching all disciplines (including beginning hockey) for 10 years. Chelsee is seasoned in singles and pairs skating, with a medal from the Southwestern Regional Championships in 2003. As a roller skater, she is a National Silver Medalist who holds the world record for the first to compete on in-line skates at a national quad skating event. She is PSA Certified, Liability Insured, a USFSA & ISI member, and a Bronze level Judge.
Christie Williams has been skating for 18 years. Originally from Lake George, NY, she has passed her Senior Moves in the Field and her Intermediate Freestyle. She competed at the Intermediate level for Synchronized Skating for two years in high school and then at the Collegiate level for two years at SUNY Oswego. At the collegiate level, she competed at the US Synchronized Skating National Championships twice. After graduating with a degree in Film in 2016, she moved to LA and has been coaching for Valley Edge for two years. She coaches group classes, private lessons and the Frozen Edge Synchronized Skating Team.
Jennifer Don is a National, International, and World Junior Medalist in singles and pairs. Highlights of her competitive career include World Junior Bronze medalist in pairs, US National Collegiate Champion in singles, and National Champion of Taiwan in singles. She holds a place in skating trivia for being the first woman to ever win a competition under the new IJS judging system in Oberstdorf, Germany. Jennifer continues to performs in shows all over the world. Jennifer has coached for 15 years. She is a CER certified. She has taught all levels of skating from first time beginners to competitive athletes at the junior national level. In 2011, she was the head choreographer for the Four Continents Championships’s closing ceremony.