Tatyana Siroch – Diving Coach

Tatyana_Siroch-199x300Tatyana started diving from the age of 8, continuing through 2006. As an athlete, she was the bronze medalist in the USSR Cup and was a World Masters medalist in England, Canada and the US.  She received her university degree in Physical Culture in 1982 and attended a special training course in Moscow in 1989. She has a long history of coaching diving. She was a national team coach in the USSR  and later the Olympic Coach for Kazakhstan. Three of her divers represented Kazakhstan at three different Olympic Games – in Atlanta in 1996, Sydney in 2000 and in Athens in 2004. She moved to Canada in 1997 and has been coaching diving here for 16 years. She has twice developed divers to become Canadian Junior National Champions and has had silver and bronze medalists during the last five years. She’s been with the GATQUATIC Diving Club since 2009.

Jaclyn Tarnoweckyj – Ballet & Flexibility Expert

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BFA (Theatre/Dance), ADCSC-CICB,PAEC Full Membership – Ballet, IADA & PAA (Certified Adjudicator)

Jaclyn is an enthusiastic performer, choreographer and dedicated teacher. She began her career in Toronto, Ontario with Sean Boutilier Academy of Dance. Throughout her training at the Academy, she was able to study all genres of dance. She has successfully attained her Cecchetti Advanced I Diploma, as well as her RAD Intermediate Certificate. She has also achieved her teaching certificates where she attains her Cecchetti Associate Diploma from the Cecchetti Society of Canada and her Performing Arts Educators of Canada full membership in Ballet. Jaclyn is as well, a certified adjudicator through International Academy of Dance Adjudicators and Professional Adjudicator’s Alliance. Jaclyn is a graduate of Ryerson Polytechnic University, in Toronto Ontario. There, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance. She has choreographed many award winning competitive pieces for many studios in Ontario. She had the opportunity to choreograph an award winning routine for Miss Teen Canada, where she was able to win her talent and title as Miss Teen Canada International 2008.  Jaclyn enjoys teaching at Sean Boutilier Academy of Dance. Her passion for dance exceeds limits, and she is able to share her love of dance with others. She began working with OSSC at the 2015’s High Performance Camp and started working with our high performance athletes last season. This season she will take on the ballet and flexibility training for our morning teams.