Basic Skills, L2Skate Instructor,
& Moves and Free Coach 
Courtney Ringhofer

Currently not taking new students

Moves and Free Coach 
Nicole Johnson

Nikki Letona is an alumni of the OFSC (1985-1999) and was a year-round competitive skater in both individual and synchronized skating and tested dance, figures (3rd test), moves in the field (Novice) and freestyle (Intermediate). She has been a full-time member of OFSC coaching staff from 1999-2009 and 2015-present. She has experience coaching basic skills, all levels of moves and freestyle, choreography, synchronized skating and specialized group classes. Nikki is General Manager of Curt’s Truck & Diesel Service, Inc. and currently lives in Owatonna with her husband.

Currently not accepting new students.

 Learn to Skate USA/Basic Skills Director & Coach 
Jennifer Anderson


Current Learn To Skate USA Coordinator, Coach and Board Member.  An Alumni of OFSC (1987-1999), Jennifer joined the OFSC full time in 2010 and is a current member of the Professional Skaters Association. She has passed her Preliminary Moves-in-the Field and FreeSkate tests.  While in skating Jennifer was a competitive skater individually and also with the Blue Diamonds Synchronized skating team.   She currently lives in Owatonna and works at Gopher Sport as a Product Marketing Coordinator.  

Currently taking new students  



Michelle has been coaching since 1983. She has been coaching at OFSC since 1995! She has passed her Novice FreeStyle tests and two of the Gold Level Dance tests. She lives in Eden Prairie with her husband and son.

Currently not Accepting new students

Owatonna Figure Skating Club
CoacheS & Junior Coaches

About Our Coaches and Junior Coaches

  • All are background screened by the USFSA.
  • All are registered through USFSA and have a full membership.
  • May be registered and ranked through PSA (Professional Skaters Association).
  • Attend CER (Continuing Education Requirement) Classes every year- Ethics, Sport Safety and USFSA rules.
  • Each Coach carries Coach Liability Insurance.
  • Trained in all aspects of Skating:  Hockey, Basic Skills, Dance, Power, Speed, Adult, Synchro, Pairs, Theatre on Ice, Special Olympics Badge Program and Theraputic Program.
  • Many skaters spend years on their own training to become a better skater before they pass their skills and passion along to others through teaching.

   Several clubs, such as our own, have a Junior Coaching Program. This program allows skaters that reach a certain level assist coaches with lessons. As they grow, they learn to become coaches on their own. Each Junior Coach has a mentor to guide them along their way.


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