Mayfield Figure Skating Club

Since 1992, Mayfield Figure Skating Club has been a Skate Canada sanctioned club. We are committed to helping our athletes reach above and beyond their potential. We encourage them to set goals and help them to achieve them. MFSC is a small club located in the west end of Edmonton and skates at The Callingwood Twin Arenas. Our skaters range from preschoolers to adults, beginner to elite levels. Mayfield Figure Skating Club is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of parents who have children in our skating programs. We provide skating programs September to May.

Over the years we have offered many different programs such as StarSkate, CanPowerSkate, CompetitiveSkate, CanSkate and Inclusive programs.

We currently have limited ice time and have had to streamline what programs we can offer. Since we are a figure skating club we have chosen to focus on the StarSkate programs. Our figure skaters all start out in the Pre-Can and CanSkate Programs so we have kept these as well. We also want adults to join in on the fun so have etched out some time for them to learn or continue developing their skating skills.


Fully Qualified Coaches

Allie Capstick

MFSC CanSkate Coordinator

Regional Certified Coach
CanSkate Certified Coach


  • 7 years of Coaching Experience
  • NCCP Special Olympics Community Sport Coach – Trained
  • Skate Canada: Star 1-5 Coach Assessor
  • Senior Competitive Singles
  • Competed at Skate Canada Challenge (Senior Women)
  • Competed at Alberta Winter Games
  • Speed Skating Level 3 Competitive Development

Personal Achievements:

  • Gold Artistic, Gold Dance, Gold FreeSkate, Gold Skills. Partial Diamond Dances
  • BKin (Bachelor of Kinesiology), Major: Adapted Physical Activity
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography Student


Board of Directors


Vice President

Secretary & Assessment Coordinator

Skating Etiquette

Parent Code of Conduct

“For relaxation, I like to figure skate. Being on the ice and spinning and jumping, I feel very close to nature. In particular, I feel very close to Newton’s law of motion. On the ice, you can experience Newton’s laws of motion in their purest, most elegant form.”

Michio Kaku