Fall Indoor Courses

 

Fort William Henry Conference Center, Lake George, NY

Saturday, October 27 – Monday, October 29, 2018

Open to all PSIA & AASI Members – Non-Members may attend for an additional $25

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Discounted Lodging is available at Fort William Henry Conference Center for PSIA Members. Premium rooms are $119 per night or Grand Double rooms and Jacuzzi Suites are $159 per night. Please call 1-800-234-0267 and mention PSIA when making your reservations.


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CLICK HERE 001 Indoor Anatomy Lake George NY Oct 27 Oct 19 Sat 160.00
CLICK HERE 003 Indoor Functional Movement Screen Lake George NY Oct 27 Oct 19 Sat 160.00
CLICK HERE 004 Indoor Treatment & Prevention of Outdoor Injury & Illness Lake George NY Oct 28 Oct 19 Sun 160.00
CLICK HERE 005 Indoor Movement Analysis 101 Lake George NY Oct 28 Oct 19 Sun 160.00
CLICK HERE 006 Indoor Stance & Alignment Lake George NY Oct 28 Oct 19 Sun 160.00
CLICK HERE 008 Indoor Movement Analysis 201 Lake George NY Oct 29 Oct 19 Mon 160.00

Saturday, October 27

Event 001 – Anatomy
Open to Members & Non-Members
Members $160 & Non-Members $185

Study the normal structure of the human body. Special attention is given to the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems to increase the ski teacher’s understanding of how the skeleton and muscles line up for maximum efficiency in skiing specific movements. Course conductor is Richard Frear.

Event 003 – Functional Movement Screen
Open to Members & Non-Members
Member:$160 & Non-Members $185

Functional Movement Screen is a ranking and grading system created to document movement patterns that are key to normal function. By screening these patterns, functional limitations and asymmetries are readily identified. Basic movement pattern limitations can reduce the effects of functional training, physical conditioning, and distort proprioception (body awareness). At the heart of the system is the Functional Movement Screen Score which helps to target the problem and track progress. The scoring system is directly linked to the most beneficial corrective exercises to restore mechanically sound movement patterns. Course conductor is Brian Mieczkowski.

Sunday, October 28

Event 004 – Treatment & Prevention of Outdoor Injury & Illness
Open to Members & Non-Members
Members $160 & Non-Members $185

A basic First Aid / First Responder Course appropriate for snowsports teachers. Learn basic first aid practices for dealing with accidents and injuries in the outdoor classroom environment. Course conductor is Richard Frear.

Event 005 – Movement Analysis 101
Open to Members only
Members $160

Eastern Tech Team Members presenting this course have designed it to help the participant get a better understanding of movement analysis and how to effectively generate a potential lesson plan. Participants will learn simple and effective strategies in breaking down movement analysis and how to format it into a lesson that will focus on the fundamental mechanics and contemporary skiing. Those attending this course will watch specific videos of Level II and Level III skiing tasks but will also view the general public skiing and pull exam scenario cards – all in the process of practicing their movement analysis skills. Course conductors are David Capron and Chris Ericson.

Event 006 – Stance & Alignment
Open to Members & Non-Members
Members $160 & Non-Members $185

This course will explore the effects of proper and improper alignment due to equipment styles and modifications to that equipment. Proper boot fitting including canting, heel and toe lifting, shims and more will be explored. Experts in the field will help you experience what is beneficial to good skiing and what is not. This course provides a great way to fully appreciate and understand how important properly adjusted equipment is to effective skiing. Course conductor is Bill Haight, Green Mountain Orthotics.

Monday, October 29

Event 008 – Movement Analysis 201
Open to Members who have attended the indoor MA 101
Members $160

This event has been developed around the instructor who has already attended the intro class. Focus will be developing a more focused eye on higher level skiing and a better understanding of how body parts move and their potential effects on ski/snow interaction. Participants will be expected to develop strategies, share them with the group and show how they would develop long term improvement for their client. The ultimate goal of the class is to reinforce how we can increase the quality of the skiing performance by improving and reinforcing skills vs just correcting a movement. Course conductors are David Capron and Chris Ericson.

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