To be blunt, unless your general skating skills are way more advanced than your jumping skills, I don't think Disney on Ice is going to be a realistic goal for you. Disney on Ice is usually looking for skaters who can land all their doubles and have achieved a high level of accomplishment in the sport (passed the Senior tests, did well at competitions, etc.). Look on Youtube for Disney on Ice auditions to get an idea of the level of skaters who audition. If you had a few consistent doubles already and passed at least Novice moves, then I'd say you might have a shot at doing Disney in the future. But since you're still working on axel, I wouldn't make Disney on Ice your main goal.

As far as differences between coaches go, some coaches do teach jumps slightly differently than others. If you don't like how this coach is teaching, I would recommend trying someone else if you can.

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