Private Snowboarding Lessons
Snowboarding can be one of those things where you get it or you don’t. Sometimes it takes a little longer to pick up the sport and that’s OK. Everyone learns at their own rate and as long as you’re having fun, that’s the key.
If you’re really looking to get the most out of a lesson then a private lesson is hands down the best way to do it. Everyone progresses at a different pace and being able to receive hands on, personally tailored advice allows you to really take in the information. We even use on the slope video analysis of you’re riding to break down and talk over with you as we ride the lift back to the top. If you’re a quick learner we can get into some really fun things and give you plenty to work on when the lesson is over.
We’re able to find the most suitable terrain faster and we often times see students learn much more in a private lesson because of how hands on it is. We can really get into the “nitty gritty” of what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong and help you become a better snowboarder. At the end of the lesson, we’ll ofer you positive feedback and things to work on to help you continue your progression.
I made the switch to snowboards when I was 8 and have self-taught myself since. By the time I was 23, I considered myself to be an advanced/expert carver on the groomers. I decided to take a lesson to see if I was right. Needless to say I was wrong. David threw me some advice on how to change up my toe-side carve. Of course I was hesitant at first because I was a bit set in my ways. His piece of advice was simple enough to follow and after following his advice, my carve game has improved tenfold. – Luke M.
From experience, I know he is great at teaching beginners – patient, communicative, and enthusiastic – but based on his skill level I know he would also be great at teaching intermediate boarders and fine tuning technique. Definitely contact him if you are in the area and looking for professional snowboard lessons! – Karlee G.
I was super nervous about taking a snowboarding lesson. I’d never been to a ski resort let alone seen the snow. David was welcoming, fun, patient and really helped me relax. He is very knowledgable about snowboarding and does a great job of breaking things down. He really takes the time to make sure that you understand what he’s talking about and you can tell that he’s very passionate about the sport. I’ll definitely be hiring him again! – Sophie S.
How Much Does It Cost?
Our private snowboard lessons are $175 for a two hour session and offer discounted rates if you book 3 or more lessons at once. There’s no commitment up front here either. Simply contact us inquiring about lessons, set a date, time and don’t pay until the end of the lesson! We take PayPal, Visas, Checks & Cash. For more info on pricing and what you’ll need for your lesson, view our pricing page.
We try not to go over two hours because often times we see students becoming tired after that amount of time. We work you. But we work you within your limits and safety is our number one concern. If you’d like at the end of your lesson, we’ll email you your key focus points so you don’t forget and you can continue to work on them next time you go snowboarding!
Our Promise To You
Our goal is to help you improve your snowboarding and to have fun while doing it. We hold ourselves to the highest standard when it comes to customer service in the industry as well. We work to get to know you and your goals so we can create a customized lesson plan that suits the way you learn. We put in the extra effort to help you become the best snowboarder you can and offer private snowboard lessons that will exceed your expectations. If you’re not satisfied with your lesson, it’s on us!