Our Coaches

Denine Page


Denine has been with the Baltimore Figure Skating Club since its inception 44 years ago. She has had students compete at the Novice Competitive Level at Sectionals and Eastern Ontario Canadian Challenges. Her students have also passed Gold Level tests in all disciplines. Denine was a Gold Level skater herself in Dance, and Junior Silver FreeSkate. Denine coaches our Learn to Skate Program, CanSkate Program, PowerSkate Program, and Skills, FreeSkate, Artistic and Dance at all levels of the StarSkate program.

Denine can be reaches at 2pages@xplornet.ca or 905-376-2230.

Krista Seto - Coaching Representative


Skate Canada Regional Coach Certified

Skate Canada CanPowerSkate Certified

BSc Exercise and Sport Science

30 Years Professional Coaching (Multi-Sport)

I believe that every athlete has unlimited potential. Regardless of athletic ability, each athlete has the individual ability to develop fundamental movement skills such as balance, agility, flexibility as well as gain physical fitness. More importantly, sport offers the opportunity to develop core values such as perseverance, commitment, leadership as well as respect for ourselves and others.

I believe that my role as a coach is not limited to the instruction of skills but rather, more importantly, to act as a guide in assisting young athletes to develop these core values and provide opportunities use them as they grow and mature in all aspects of their life. 

Krista may be contacted at kseto@cogeco.ca

Barry Morrison


Barry's teaching background and philosophy for figure skating are the result of 34 years of coaching and team-coaching experience. For 26 of those years, Barry has been involved in CanSkate programs as coordinator and/or coach. He has also been a Jump Harness Consultant for single to triple jumps, and throw jumps. It has been a pleasure and privilege to work with skaters of all ages (2 years to 79!) and abilities (Preliminary to Gold Levels), as well as Senior Competitive Pairs, Men's and Ladies' Singles (including National Team Members and International Competitors). 

Recipe for Success: Combine a positive attitude with a fun learning environment. Add talent, patience, lots of dedication and great work ethic - what do you get? Amazing results, both in sport and in life. 

Love to Skate! Skate for Life!

Barry can be reached at: barrymorrison@bell.net.

Megan Anderson


Megan began skating with the Baltimore Figure Skating Club when she was 4 years old. She skated for 14 years before heading off to University to take her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree. Throughout Megan's skating career, she achieved Gold Level in 4 of Skate Canada's disciplines (Skating Skills, Dance, Interpretive Singles and Interpretive Couples). Megan is honoured to be back at the Baltimore Figure Skating Club, now as a Certified Club Coach - CanSkate and Certified Regional Coach. Figure skating has always been a passion of hers, and now being able to share this passion with the skaters of Baltimore is very rewarding. She loves to see the skaters grow, achieving higher level tests, personal bests at competitions, and most importantly their individual skating goals.

Megan can be contacted at megan.anderson17@hotmail.com.

Andrea Elliott


Andrea has 16 years of skating experience, including 12 years in competitive skating. She was on the Eastern Ontario Senior Competitive Team from 2000-2004, ranking as high as 29th in Canada. Her coaches have included Netty Kim, Bob Emerson and Jose Chouinard. Andrea is a Level 1 Certified Coach, and has been with the Port Hope Figure Skating Club, Richmond Training Centre, Oak Ridges Skating Club, Millbrook and Cobourg Skating Clubs. Andrea graduated from Trent University with her Bachelor of Business Administration Degree, and plans to continue her education. She is also an avid competitive cyclist.

Andrea can be reached at andreaelliott@hotmail.com.