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Figure Skating Camp

SSM Figure Skating Camp 2023
June 4-24, 2023

2023 Week 1: Daily Private Lesson Master Schedule

2023 Week 2: Daily Private Lesson Master Schedule


Our longstanding residential camp offers a world-class coaching staff who offer international competition and coaching experience in classes and private lessons, focusing on Jump & Spin, Power & Style, Strength & Conditioning, and Choreography & Dance. Camp athletes have fun on and off the ice in the same safe and nurturing environment our student-athletes thrive in during the year. 
Who Should Attend?
Ages 8-18

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2023 Guest Coaches

Week 1 (June 4-10)

  • TOMMY STEENBERG:  Steenberg is a PSA Triple Master Rated Choreographer, MIF, and Free Skating Coach. Tommy is a recipient of the 2021 President's Award of Excellence for Upper Great Lakes Region. He competed internationally for Team USA for 8 years. His competitive accomplishments include: 3x Junior Grand Prix Champion, 10x national competitor (2001-2010), 3x national medalist (intermediate, novice, and junior), 2008 Regional and Sectional Champion, and 2008 Junior World top 10 finisher. He won the 2010 Young Artists Showcase Choreography Competition and guest choreographed for the Ice Theatre of NY. From 2010-2012, he performed with the George Mason University Dance Company. Tommy has been a faculty member for Audrey Weisiger’s Grassroots to Champions nationwide seminars since 2008. In 2013, he graduated from the GMU Honors College with a B.A. in Dance and B.S. in Accounting and is a CPA. He is a triple gold medalist (Moves/Freestyle ’05, Solo Free Dance ’17), CER Category A compliant, and specializes in jumps, pole harness, spins, choreography, and footwork.
  • JEREMY ALLEN: Allen is a National and International coach teaching in the Greater Chicago area. Coaching since 2003, Jeremy is a renowned jump specialist and pole harness coach, and has helped skaters such as Jason Brown, Gracie Gold, Alexa Scimeca, and Danny O’Shea on their rise to success. He is perhaps best known as 2018 U.S. National Champion and Olympic bronze medalist Bradie Tennell’s technical coach. Jeremy is the 2001 US Junior Pairs Champion (with partner Deborah Blinder) and went on to finish 5th at the World Junior Figure Skating Championships that year.  He competed as a member of the US International Figure Skating Team in pairs at both the Junior and Senior levels. Jeremy is a true student of the sport, studying video and teaching techniques from skaters and coaches around the world. His interests in cutting edge jump technique and teaching methods make him one of the country’s top technical coaches.

    Week 2 (June 11-17)
  • SOFIA INTHALASKA Freestyle, Jump Technique, Choreography
    Sofia has enjoyed developing competitive skaters domestically in the United States and internationally for more than 20 years. As a young skater she was awarded numerous Artistic Awards and continues to share her visions of artistic athleticism through her coaching accomplishments as well.  Sofia had the privilege of coaching at world-renowned Ice Castle International in Lake Arrowhead, CA. She continues to develop and train aspiring elite athletes alongside collaborating with other coaches and figure skating programs all over the world.


  • IKAIKA YOUNG Freestyle, StSq, Skating Skills, Power Skating
    Ikaika has had the pleasure of teaching skaters at all levels of development. As a National Champion and international competitor, Ikaika has used this experience to develop multiple Regional, Sectional, and National Champions. During his time as a member of the Team USA developmental team coaching staff; Ikaika has coached Olympic medalists and World athletes from Team USA, Team China, Japan Skating Federation,  Chinese-Taipei and Thailand. Ikaika enjoys guiding skaters of ALL LEVELS to grow and thrive within the sport.

    Week 3 (June 18-24)

  • PHILLIP MILLS Choreographer for skaters at 23 World Championships and 6 Olympic Games, and with more than 25 U.S. National Champions in singles, pairs, and dance, Phillip Mills has been faculty for Team USA Camps, U.S. Figure Skating Coaches College, and numerous U.S. Figure Skating Judges Schools. This involvement keeps him tuned into the continued changes in figure skating. Phillip joined Carlo Fassi as the choreographer for the world-class training center at the Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs in 1988. He later joined Carlo again at the famous Ice Castle International Figure Skating Training Center in Lake Arrowhead, California as Choreographer and Artistic Director of Ice Castle’s International Ice Theatre. Teaming together with John Nicks in 2011, Phillip and Mr. Nicks worked together helping Ashley Wagner become the first US National Champion to repeat the title since Michelle Kwan. Phillip has also created acclaimed programs for the likes of Michelle Kwan, Sasha Cohen, Katia Gordeeva, Courtney Hicks, Tara Lipinski, Rena Inoue & John Baldwin, Calla Urbanski & Rocky Marval, Nicole Bobek, Suzie Wynne & Joseph Druar, Elaine Zayak, Tatsuki Machida, Rionna Kato, Tsao Chih-I , Michael Martinez and Jill Trenary just to name a few. For the 2017-2018 Season, Phillip choreographed programs for numerous skaters from the U.S and around the globe. In just the U.S. alone last season, he created programs for 8 National competitors in Senior Ladies, Senior Pairs, Junior Ladies, Junior Pairs, and Novice men.