Oilers Ice Center offers Freestyle Sessions and Group Classes 6 days per week. Our Freestyle Program is for the beginning through advanced figure skater. Sessions are available for practice and scheduled private lessons. Skaters have the option of purchasing walk on sessions or pre-paying a monthly discounted contract.
Meet the Figure Skating Staff
Director of Business Operations
Jessie is the Oilers Ice Center Director of Business Operations. She is an Adult Triple Gold Medalist in USFS Adult Pairs, Adult Freestyle and Adult Fieldmoves and has also passed her Pre-Bronze Dance test as well as being a standard track Fieldmoves Gold Medalist. She was a competitive skater for several years as well as an 8 year competitive gymnast. Jessie started coaching in spring of 2005 and enjoys teaching students of all levels and ages.
Neli is the Oilers Ice Center Skating Director and the Synchronized skating program Head coach.
She grew up as a competitive skater in Bulgaria and continued competing as an adult in the US in Freestyle, Pairs and Synchronized skating, medaling at Regional and National competitions. She is Freestyle and Moves in the Field Gold medalist and has passed her Bronze Level Dance. She loves working with students of all levels and age in both figure skating and hockey. She is a current member of PSA and USFS.
Robert has competed on a Regional and Sectional level in Men’s Freestyle, Ice Dancing, and Pair’s Free Skating. Robert was an alternate twice for Nationals in both Pair’s and Men’s Freestyle Skating. Robert and his dance partner were Regional and Sectional Dance Champions in Intermediate and Novice Dance. Robert is a Double Gold Medalist in Men’s Freestyle, and in Men’s Field Moves. Robert is certified by the Professional Skating Association, and a member of the USFSA.
Jane is a freestyle and fieldmoves Gold Medalist and has been teaching since 1998. She coaches all levels and ages, beginner through adult and specializes in freestyle, fieldmoves and choreography. She is a USFS and PSA member and holds a degree from the University of Tulsa with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology.
$56.00 / hour
Katherine De Angelis
Assistant Skating Director
Katherine has been skating since the age of 4 and has done various large competitions including Regionals, Sectionals, Junior Nationals, Lake Placid Ice Dance, and National Showcase. She skated in Tulsa, Oklahoma for 16 years and in Littleton, Colorado for 2 where she learned how to coach and finish up her ice dance tests. She is a triple gold medalist in Solo Ice Dance, Solo Free Dance, and Moves in the Field. She is currently finishing up her degree at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma working on a double major in Strategic Communications and English. Fun fact she is also a writer on top of coaching! She specializes in Ice Dance, Field Moves, Artistic, Edge Work, Skating Skills, Movement, Power, Off Ice, Conditioning/movement and Choreography.
Bailey started skating here in Tulsa at age 7. She is a fieldmoves Sliver medalist and freestyle Bronze medalist. Bailey was a competitive skater for 10 years and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Management and Marketing from Oklahoma State University.
Lori Rogers has a history of competitive skating growing up in Pennsylvania, starting at the age of 12. There she competed various times at south Atlantic regionals tested freestyle, moves in the field and dance as well as providing choreography for skaters and for local ice shows. She has been teaching Learn to Skate / basic skills since 2004 while also working in sports medicine/rehab. She has obtained a BS in Kinesiology / exercise science for Pen State University. Lori has also recently returned to her own skating and competing as an adult. She enjoys teaching all ages from beginner through adults. Her goal is to share her passion for life long skating with her specialty in basic skills, freeskate, moves in the field, choreography, off ice skills and conditioning.
Kellie began figure skating as a teen in 1985 at the Williams Center Forum. Coached by Elsa Swenning, she appeared in Ice Capades “California Raisins”, three Tulsa Philharmonic on Ice performances, Skate Tulsa and numerous exhibitions. Kellie was forced to leave the sport in 1990 due to injury.
In addition to figure skating, Kellie was also a competitive dancer in tap, jazz, and acrobats at Peggy Lanik studio for 13 years,
winning many titles.
After figure skating, Kellie became a USAC/RS & Junior Olympic inline speed skater from 1991-1993. Coached by Burt Speed (91) & Joe Cotter (92-93). Kellie is a Women’s Regional Gold Medal Champion and set regional records in 500m and 1,000m in 1993. Bronze medalist 1993 National Junior Olympic Championships and Bronze medalist 2,000m relay National Championships.
Recently, Kellie was a USFS trial judge for 3 years until she realized her calling lies with helping others find their passion with the sport.
Kellie specializes in freestyle, power, off ice conditioning and off ice jumps and is a member of USFS, Tulsa Figure Skating Club, Learn To Skate USA, and an accredited member of PSA.
She enjoys working with students of all ages and levels.
Stephanie began skating at the age of eleven at The Ice at Williams Center Forum in downtown Tulsa. She skated competitively as well as for the pure enjoyment of the sport. She left the ice for a time to pursue her education, career and start a family. Stephanie rediscovered her passion for skating as a competitive adult skater and is a member of the adult synchronized skating team in Tulsa. She teaches Learn to Skate classes & coaches private lessons for Basic Skills of all ages. Stephanie is a Tulsa Figure Skating Club board member, is certified by PSA & USFS, and holds a BSBA and an MBA from The University of Tulsa.