madelinesThe Team Reflections Synchronized Skating Program originated in 1999 and has been under the direction of Head Coach Amy Killinger Henderson. The program began with one youth team and has evolved into four competitive United States Figure Skating Teams: Beginner, Open Juvenile, and Open Adult, all of which represent the Central Pennsylvania Figure Skating Club (CPFSC) in Harrisburg, Pa. Synchro Coaches Melissa Christensen and Janice Reinke assist.

Our Beginner team has 10 skaters who are 13 years of age. The team is growing. Beginner Reflections are coached by Janice Reinke. The team competes at theReflections Synchro Invitational, and performs exhibitions at the CPFSC Winter Wonderland Holiday Show, CPFSC Teacher Appreciation Show and CPFSC Olympic Closing Ceremony Show.

Open Juvenile level Reflections range in age from 17 years old. This team of 16 skaters is required to have a minimum of Pre-Preliminary Moves-in-the-Field Test and has skaters who have passed up through Juvenile MIF. This season, they will compete at the Cape Cod, Colonial Classic, Eastern Sectional Synchro Championships and Reflections Synchro Invitational. They will also skate exhibitions at the Capitol Critique, CPFSC Winter Wonderland Holiday Show and the CPFSC Teacher Appreciation Show.Open Juv Reflections are coached by Amy Henderson and Melissa Chrisyensen.

Our Open Adult Team began as a recreational team but has transitioned into a USFS competitive team over the last four years and has medaled each year. The team consists of 16 adult skaters and is coached by Amy Henderson. Team ReflectionsOpen Adults will skate at the Eastern Sectional Synchronized Skating Championships and Reflections Synchro Invitational¸¬ as well as at the CPFSC Holiday Show.

All Team Reflections levels practice at the Giant Center, Twin Ponds East, and the HersheyPark Arena.

team reflections in HarrisburgRep. Ron Marsico (R-Lower Paxton) and Rep. Sue Helm (R-Susquehanna Township) honored the Team Reflections Intermediate Synchronized Ice Skating Team in the House of Representatives on May 4 for winning a silver medal at the 2010 United States Synchronized Ice Skating Championships, a gold medal at the 2010 Reflections Synchronized Ice Skating Competition, a gold medal at the 2010 Colonial Classic Synchronized Ice Skating Competition and a bronze medal at the 2010 Eastern Synchronized Ice Skating Sectional Championships.


You can view/download "Following Team Reflections" a senior grad project video by Jake in 2009.