Verbier Women’s Camps
Our women’s camps are to unite an awesome group of girls to ski together, enjoy the mountains, and learn from the expertise of the best female instructors in resort.
We know that women learn differently from men and by creating a women-only group we can focus on the psychological and physical areas specific to female skiers, and take your technique to the next level.
We run a mixture of weekend and week-long camps with four different levels through the winter, aimed to inspire, motivate and encourage you to have the best time skiing, whilst challenging yourself to improve your skill set to be more confident in the mountains.
On the camp you’ll gain a deeper understanding of your technical skills with on-snow coaching, and from the off-snow sessions where you’ll learn about biomechanics, psychology and receive video analysis to enhance your learning even further.
It’s a combination designed to help you move off that plateau and conquer the mountain by improving your technique in an inspiring and motivational environment.
From now on “skiing like a girl” is a compliment…
Week-long and weekend camps:
We’re running weekend camps and week-long camps all winter and most camps will have three levels. So you can push your skiing onto red runs and black runs if you’re more intermediate, or learn to tackle bumps and itineraries if you’re more advanced. And experts can really learn how to conquer the off-piste…
It’s coaching in a small all-female group with Emma and her team, for either two full days or five full days with off-snow activities too.
Our performance camps will develop technique in all areas of the mountain, both on-piste in carving and short turns, and off-piste in variable conditions, powder and bumps.
Places are limited so if you think this might be up your street just get in touch.
WOMEN’S PERFORMANCE CAMPS 2018/19
*Please note places are limited so if you think this might be up your street, just get in touch below.
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