Monday, November 20, 2017

How to get the most from your ski lessons this winter

Preparing for your lesson
Before you turn up for the lessons you’ve booked, it’s worth having a think about a few things which can help prepare you and your instructor.
You may even like to drop the ski school a quick email or add some relevant information to the booking details, to save some time at the start of the first lesson:
  • A little about your previous experience and ski schools you’ve used (if any).
  • Where you like to ski and on what type of runs or terrain.
  • What you would like from your lesson/s.
  • Any previous injuries or medical conditions.
This information will help your instructor to start build a picture and work out which are the best slopes for your initial lesson. A good instructor will know their way around the mountain really well and be able to quickly select suitable terrain for you.
Whether you’re a complete beginner or an accomplished skier or snowboarder, it’s useful to know what other sports you like (if any) but we may be able discuss these things on the first chairlift ride.

What you would like from your lesson/s?  READ ON...

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