Skiinstructor Lech & St. Anton
I am also available as a Ski Instructor in Lech and St. Anton am Arlberg or either in Kitzbühel to help you improve your skiing skills. The goal can be the perfect carving turn, but also the first steps off the secured slopes. As a highly qualified Austrian ski Instructor, I offer both beginners and experts instructive days. Benefit from the knowledge gained from 10 years of training Austrian ski instructors. We are also happy to provide experts. Enjoy some relexable days with your Ski Instructor in Lech and St. Anton am Arlberg or in Kitzbühel.
I am at your disposal for all your questions!
The perfect curve
- I am teaching at the current level of the Austrian ski school and create your individual training plan
- You bring your slope skis and a lot of motivation with you
- suitable for all skill levels, even for experts
The Arlberg as the cradle of alpine skiing with its villages St. Anton, Lech and Zürs is considered the snowiest place in Austria and offers the best ski slopes worldwide.
Kitzbühel as one of the most famous ski resorts in Austria is awarded 7 times as the world’s best ski resort offers amazing ski slopes for beginners as well as experts.
What does a ski tech day with Freeskiguide.com look like?
We meet at an agreed location and check the equipment again. Then we take the cable car and go to quiet slopes, which can maximize the learning progress. In our lessons we also use various tools from video analysis and you get exercises along the way, so you can also work on your progress alone.
How do I learn to ski off-piste?
In order to learn off-piste skiing, you must first be able to ski down red slopes safely. After that, it is advisable to swap your piste skis for slightly wider skis and make your first attempts on flat terrain not far from the pistes. The linchpin of off-piste skiing is always a balanced, stable center position on your skis and a slow approach, otherwise you run the risk of losing your desire and mood.
Are there differences in the teaching techniques of different countries?
Yes, they exist. However, these are no longer as great as they were in the 1970s. In the meantime, the (ski) world has converged considerably, which means that the differences in teaching techniques have become marginal.