Group class and private lesson info is listed below. When you sign up for a lesson, I will communicate any weather-related delays to you via email. You do not pay until the lesson is held.
I’ve been teaching ski lessons since retiring from racing in 2005. I’ve been a student of the sport since age six. There are simple body position changes that result in stability and momentum. It’s so exciting! For continued learning, you will receive notes on what we covered, via email after the lesson.
Brief gear check including ski wax explanation
Proper body positions for effective skiing
How to get up after a fall
Beginner strategies for uphills and downhills
Ways to improve balance and begin to really glide
Proper body positions
Mechanics of propulsion
Timing of basic technique
Ways to improve balance
Perfecting weight transfer
Engaging the core
Timing of V-1, V-2 and V-2 Alternate techniques
Proper techniques for varying terrain
All lessons are 90 minutes. They will be held at Teton Lakes Winter Park (Golf Course) in Rexburg. Meet by the orange cone at the trailhead. There is no fee to ski at Teton Lakes Winter Park.
Group lesson price: $30 per person; Discounted rate for Idaho Falls Ski Club members: $12 per person
Payment is made at the time of the lesson by cash, check, or Venmo.
For beginning skiers, classic ski rentals are available at the Teton Lakes Winter Park. This on-site facility opens at 9 am on Saturdays for ski rental. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For those wishing to skate, the BYU-Idaho Outdoor Rec Center rents both skate and classic skis. Visit byui.edu/orc/rentals for further information.
Upon completing the sign-up form, you will receive a confirmation email. Please check your spam folder if you don’t see it in your in-box.
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