Technical Performance Course

Change the way you ride and enhance your enjoyment of the mountain
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Technical Performance Course

The Technical Performance course has been developed for intermediate & advanced level riders who have had little or no formal coaching.

The aim of this course is to progress all areas of your technical riding such as carving, steeper terrain, off piste, bumps & freestyle.

We will teach you specific techniques such as torsional flex, pedalling and more. All of which will improve the way you control your board, resulting in a more responsive riding style across all terrain.

Change the way you ride and enhance your enjoyment of the mountain.


Course Structure

Day 1: Developing riding technique. Teaching you the techniques which will enable you to use your equipment more effectively and develop a fluid riding style. Including equipment advice and optimising your current setup.

Day 2: Teaching you the movements required to enable technical progression and using this to increase board performance. This day includes video analysis to aid the development of your riding.

Day 3: Implementing your new skills across a range of terrain and tasks.

Day 4: Off piste riding. Advancing your riding technique on natural terrain and varying snow conditions.

Day 5: Introducing freestyle skills both in and out of the snow park, including switch riding.


  • Group size: Max 6 (min 4)
  • Price:
  • 5 days (5 x 3hrs) = 345 €
  • Requirements: Suitable for intermediate & advanced level riders


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Course Dates

  • The Technical Performance course runs on a weekly basis throughout the winter
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