I’ve always loved skiing! Denmark is one of the flattest countries (=not much skiing:)), so in the beginning it was just the annual ski holidays that was the peak of the year. When I was 15 I went to boarding school with skiing and teaching skiing as my main subject – and I loved it!
Since then, I’ve always known I wanted to live in the mountains and share the love for skiing with everyone else, so at the first possibility I packed my skis and moved to the mountains.
CSIA (Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance)
In the summer you’ll find me on the beach! I love surfing, and teach that as well, so I’ll probably travel around from surf spot to surf spot.
There is so much amazing food in Zermatt! Even though it can be a bit expensive to eat fancy lunch everyday on the mountain, I would recommend choosing at least one day to enjoy a nice lunch at one of the fantastic restaurants to get a full Zermatt experience.
I would be snowboarding or surfing instead
1. My focus is always that everyone is having fun and enjoying their time skiing!
2. People learn differently – I use different techniques and drills to make sure everyone is progressing and continue to develop their skills on the slope.
3. If you love good food and drinks, I’ll help you out with finding a good place to fuel up after some good hours of skiing!