Underneath the overall level of success in 2021-22, two intersecting trends are impacting ski and ride schools: a decline in the number of students in snowsports lessons and evolving guest expectations when it comes to instruction (and the resort experience overall). How snowsports schools and individual instructors react to these trends will play a significant factor in the future of snowsports instruction.
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Here, AASI Snowboard Team member Stephanie Wilkerson shares her takeaways from Spain’s workshop on how proper breathing can influence good riding.
Inline skating is a great way to hone your on-snow skills while getting in better shape for hitting the slopes. According to former PSIA Alpine Team member and avid inline skater Heidi Ettlinger, the Skate-to-Ski program provides several benefits.
A major takeaway is that a focus on reflective learning can develop more critically among instructors and enhance the teaching skills and learning environment for both students and instructors.
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PSIA Alpine Team members Mike Hafer and Robin Barnes share their takeaways from the individual presentations they attended from Poland and Switzerland.
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PSIA Alpine Team member Ann Schorling’s keynote at the Interski Congress in Levi 2023, The Value of Gender Inclusion, inspired many people to join the Winternational Gender Initiatives Whatsapp group to connect about gender-related topics in the world of snowsports.