Abby Reeder has been involved in the ice skating world for 25+ years. She started figure skating at the age of 10. As a competitive skater, Abby passed USFSA Junior Freestyle and Senior Moves.
Abby has been coaching for roughly 20 years. She is currently a member of the Professional Skater's Association (PSA) and United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA). Abby has had a successful coaching career with a skater passing Senior Moves and Senior Freestyle tests.
Abby is currently a coach of the Casper Figure Skating Club and has several private students ranging from basic skills to Novice Moves and Intermediate Freestyle. She is also a coach for the Casper Skate School.
Abby has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Wyoming. When not coaching she enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids.
Shelby has been involved in the skating world for most her life. She began playing hockey at age 4 and at age 7 switched to figure skating where she joined the Casper Figure Skating Club (CFSC). That year she competed in her first US Figure Skating competitions and continued to be a competitive skater for many years.
Shelby is a current member of USFSA and CER B certified PSA Instructor. She
has been a CFSC instructor for 8 years and was an instructor for the Central Wyoming Skating Association annual spring show for 9 years.
Shelby loves being a private instructor in both freestyle and moves in the field. Her favorite part of private coaching is creating choreography with skaters for shows and competitions! She is also an instructor with Casper Skating School so she can share her love for the sport to more students.
When she is not busy coaching she is manages a local greenhouse, works part-time as CNA and loves time with her family, friends and & dog Luke.
Annie has been skating since she was six years old and coaching at the Casper
figure skating club since 2006. Growing up, she developed her on-ice skills at the Skating Club at Dartmouth and passed her intermediate freestyle, novice moves in the field, and pre-bronze dance levels.
In college, she skated with the University of New Hampshire synchronized skating team and competed at Nationals.
Annie loves coaching all ages and all levels, and just loves being on the ice.
This year, she is especially excited to be working with CFSC’s new synchronized skating team! Contact Annie if you are looking for a private coach or if you are interested in learning more about synchronized skating.
Lynn Neuberger joined Casper FSC in the 2013-2014 season. She came from Casper Learn to Skate classes, where she has taught for 6 years. Lynn has
also coached for several years with the Central Wyoming Skating Association’s spring production.
Her passion for figure skating began later in life and at the Casper Ice Arena where she progressed through the Learn to Skate Program achieving her ISI Freestyle 4 level. Recently, she passed USFSA Adult Pre-Bronze Moves and Freestyle.
She continues to skate for sport, fun, and recreation and takes special interest in all of her students. Meeting new students and watching them progress through the USFSA levels with club and the Learn to Skate program inspires her to continue to teach and learn.
In pursuit of a long-held childhood dream, Angie began skating in 2015. She immediately fell in love with the ice and never looked back. She currently competes at the Adult Silver level. She has tested through Silver Moves in the Field and her goal is to one day be a double Adult Gold medalist.
Originally from Massachusetts, she grew up in Star Valley and moved to Casper in 2011 to attend college. She has an English degree and is an avid reader. Outside of skating, Angie loves to be creative, and dabbles in virtually every handicraft you can think of.
Angie found her passion in figure skating and enjoys all aspects of the sport. She coaches for the City of Casper’s Learn to Skate program and is very excited to be a coach for the Casper Figure Skating Club, too. She looks forward to sharing her passion for figure skating and learning with her students.
Christina has been figure skating for fun since she was little. She started skating with Wind River Skate Club in Pinedale in 2013.
She completed in Jackson, Rock Springs, and Denver for about two years. Skating helped her get through some hard times in her life, which helped her to fall in love with the sport. The club in Pinedale became a second family to her and hopefully again here in Casper.
She is a current student at Casper College and is going to school to eventually become a nurse.
In Pinedale she assisted coaching for several years and then coached the beginner class for a year. She enjoys working with children, especially teaching them how to ice skate.
She mainly works with the beginner and basic skills students. Teaching them the fundamentals of skating so they will be prepared for the higher level classes.
Sara Gregoire has been figure skating since the age of 4 with Northern Lights Figure Skating Club (NLFSC) in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Sara has years of coaching experience including experience with individual private lessons and group instruction in the Learn to Skate program with East Grand Forks Parks and Recreation, as well as some helping with synchronized and moves in the field classes within NLFSC. Sara is a member of U.S. Figure Skating and a certified coach within the organization.
In her amateur career, Sara has competed individually and on synchronized teams for 12 years. She passed her Senior Moves-in-the-Field and Gold Dances achieving her goal of becoming a Double Gold Medalist. Sara is in the process of obtaining her Masters Degree of Occupation Therapy through The University of North Dakota, Casper location. She has continued her skating career in college by coaching private lessons and being a member of the UND Hockey Cheer team as an undergraduate student.
Sara is so excited to continue to share her passion and love for figure skating as a new coach here at the Casper Figure Skating Club!