This workshop will show you how to negotiate ever shorter turns. From a medium radius turn you will learn how to make ever shorter, faster and precise turns. This workshop is for skiers wish to perfect their technique.
For those who wish to learn while having fun. Ideally suited for the beginning of the season, to work on the ‘little problems’. A personalized, and simple, approach to skiing. Open to all levels.
From intermediate to expert level – Ski improvement;
Short radius improvement;
– Ski moguls
– Ski powder
– Learn how to ski hardened surfaces in control and how to enjoy expert trails, ( ♦ )
– Discover all-terrain skiing, ski our glades (sous-bois), build your confidence.
– Discover slalom and giant slalom: Discover the thrill of skiing in a race course and add new abilities to your ski.
This workshop is suited for skiers who like technical skiing and want to learn how to deal with a tight and fast course. We will teach you how to read a slalom course, how to ski it and what tactics to use to finish faster. We strongly suggest that you use shin-pads and hand guards. Helmet use is mandatory. This workshop is for any skier capable of skiing short radius turns who is not afraid of facing a race course.
Giant slalom (GS course):
For skiers that love speed and going fast. We will teach you techniques to learn how to ski faster. Helmet use is mandatory.
Owl’s Head has great glades (sous-bois). We will have you discover them while enjoying yourself as you master all-terrain skiing. This workshop is for skiers that are capable of skiing in moguls and rough terrain.
They are sometimes small, sometimes huge, but always a challenge. We will show you how to read a mogul field, find your way and ski them without being overwhelmed. This workshop is for any skier able to ski short radius turns.
As the saying goes: An image is worth a thousand words. This workshop proposes an informal teaching approach with a video session. The lesson will begin with a few tips followed by two filmed runs. These videos will then be showed to you. You will then be able to return on your skis and work on the tips and advice given to you by the instructor.
These workshops are only examples. The workshops will be announced before the day of the lesson. However, in any case, they can be modified, replaced, or adapted according to the snow conditions, weather, or according to your wishes, needs or suggestions. For example, let’s suppose that on that particular Friday, 30 cm of fresh powder snow has fallen, we will then make the best of it and learn how to have fun and enjoy skiing in deep powder snow.
The goal of the Chouettes: That the chouettes have fun!!!