Ski-Teaching similar to Ranch Horse-Training, addressing the students' needs and the teacher's use of Comfort Zone more than just ski technique. Get mounted right, develop three skills for balance, and monitor your Comfort Zone for versatility as a skier or teacher. Knowing how-to ski is only a drop in the bucket to good skiing and teaching; you've got to know who-what-when-n-where-n-why. You've got to know when to ski a new slope, a new snow condition, when to ski the same old slope or snow in a fresh new way--this is the key to progressive learning, as young horses have been telling their handlers for centuries. Not bound by PSIA pyramid-scheme politics or pecking orders, with this system, you can learn "how easy skiing can be" rather than how hard.
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