1551 Thoreau Dr N
Schaumburg, IL 60173
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*This event is open to Members and Non-Members
Movement Analysis is a commonly approached subject among ski instructors, and demonstrations are a vital part of the teaching cycle- so how can an instructor ensure that the image they are providing matches the one in their mind’s eye?
We know it’s an issue; exam candidates are often flummoxed by the difference between their mental image of themselves, and what shows “on the scorecard”. Even the best demonstrators wince when shown their own images on video and photographs, and “Jeez, I thought I fixed that”, is a common refrain during video review.
What tools can instructors use to self-assess and correct, and how do we find the balance between what the ideal, and what’s real? What tools can we employ to compare our demo to the standards?
In this PDS format, your clinic leaders will dig deeper into MA, exploring what movements may feel like vs. what they look like, the war between motivation and resistance to change, and how the “self-aware” instructor can grow from the insights.
This course involves some prep work, including a friends and family survey, and requires engagement. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ski-snowboard video clips, although it is not mandatory that they do so.
It’s rare that we cancel an entire event unless the resort/area is closed, but we often find it necessary to cancel or combine sessions at an event because the session minimum has not been met. When this happens, we will contact you as early as possible and offer other session options at the same event or transfer you to another event. Cancellation and transfer fees do not apply under these circumstances. If we cancel a session you are registered for, and it is not possible for you to attend another event by the end of the season, your registration fee sub any administrative fees will be refunded. If you are in need of education credits for this season then all possible pathways must be exhausted before a waiver is granted. (Webinars, Non ASEA Events, etc.) “