Ski lessons for nervous skiers are about to get a boost!
Picture from cover of “Ski In Control” by Bob Trueman
Clearly this skier isn’t a nervous skier, but she was once. You can see how skiing is a dynamic activity, and one in which one is never quite “in balance”. In the same way we’re not “in-balance” when we ride a bike, skip across some stepping stones, or negotiate a steep path.
If you are a skier looking for ski lessons for nervous skiers, this isn’t where we start. Rebecca above is doing things now by instinct – she hasn’t time to think about it. And that is because she started off concentrating on one tiny movement at a time, and slowly building her own skiing edifice.
I have a new book nearing completion that will help take a nervous skier – or any other skier – “From Greens To Blacks” Continue reading