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Finding and booking a sit skiing instructor can be a challenge, Maison Sport helps you find the right instructor for you. You can search for sit ski instructors, find out which resorts they're working in and compare instructors by their profiles, reviews from past customers and their pricing. We've found that booking the right instructor for you leads to a far better lesson experience. Your instructor will be able to customise the lessons to your needs, whether you're an expert looking for a day of exploring the resort, or it's your first time and you'd like to focus on your technique.
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How many Sit ski lessons should I book?
Private lessons are personalised to your needs, so you will improve your technique rapidly, compared to a ski school group lesson. If you have an unlimited budget and are really looking to make the most of your time on the mountain, we recommend booking an instructor all day for the full week you're on holiday. For complete beginners the most common lesson package is to book 2 to 3 hours of lessons each day - remember you can share the lessons with friends or family to bring the cost down.
Whilst booking lessons for the full week is our recommendation, you could also split your lessons througout the week. Booking lessons for your first and second day in resort and then booking another one slightly later in the week will ensure your technique keeps progressing.
Even expert skiers will greatly benefit from taking some private lessons, you can book an instructor to work on a specific aspect of your technique, such as improving your technique on steep slopes or if you simply want a guide to show you where to find the best snow conditions, your instructor will be able to help! A handy tip - if you're only after one lesson, try booking in the afternoon as it's often cheaper!
What equipment is required for Sit ski lessons?
Sit skiing requires specific equipment, which will generally be provided to you by the instructor - however always confirm this with the instructor prior to booking your lessons. You will use either a mono-ski or a bi-ski seat. A mono-ski seat has a single ski below the seat and requires good balance and strength, where as the bi-ski has 2 skis attached to the bottom of the seat, which provides for a more stable platform. Depending on your physical ability, you may also use 'outriggers', which are short poles, with small skis attached to the bottom, you can use these to stabilise yourself as your ski down the slopes. Alternatively, the instructor may provide assistance by holding the sit ski at the back or using tethers to assist you.