Event Schedule

Alpine Movement Analysis 101


Dates: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - Thursday, January 14, 2021 from 8:45 am - 4:00 pm ET (2 Days)
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Location: Jiminy Peak (MA) (DUE TO COVID PRECAUTIONS, plan to meet your group on snow at 8:45am and wrap up between 3:30 and 4:00pm. More specific information will be sent to you prior to the event by email or text regarding your group's specific meeting location. - COVID)

Event Code: 321AL0113A

Registration Information:
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- CEUs: 12

Event Prerequisite(s): Current PSIA-AASI Membership

Registration Closes: Wednesday, January 6, 2021, 11:59 pm ET


Online Registration: CLOSED

Offline Registration: Please call the Eastern office (518) 452-6095 during regular hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm EST.


Course Description:
Course Name: Movement Analysis 101
Discipline: Alpine
Time: 2 Days (12 credits)
Environment: Beginner to Intermediate Terrain
Prerequisites: Level 1 Certification
Course Description:
When we begin as an instructor, we repeat the progressions our trainers taught us. As we become more experienced, and our students more skilled, the ability to analyze a student's movements is a fundamental skill in good teaching. This course helps participants to develop an approach to movement analysis; increase understanding of cause-and-effect relationships in movements; and how the application of the Fundamental Movements affects ski performance. This program will focus on ski performance in the Beginner to Intermediate zones.
This is not a personal skiing improvement clinic. It is likely as we focus on cause and effect relationships, and explore activities to change performance, that participants may improve performance; however, this is not the focus for the clinic.
Learning Experiences:
Specific activities will vary depending on the group and environmental conditions; however, they will typically include:
-- Understanding the fundamentals of effective skiing in the Beginner to Intermediate zone.
-- Experiencing the contrast between effective and ineffective movements on ski performance.
-- Developing a better understanding of movements the body is making and the effects on the ski/snow interaction.
-- Prioritizing skill development for skiers in the Beginner to Intermediate zone.
-- Developing activities that target a skier's needs given their particular movement patterns.
-- Practicing movement analysis with the group skiing through various assessment activities.


ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES:


IF YOU NEED TO TRANSFER or CANCEL a 1-DAY EVENT:

Up to 14 days prior to the event: $20.00 fee

During the two weeks prior to the event: $25.00 fee

IF YOU NEED TO TRANSFER or CANCEL a MULTI DAY EVENT:

Up to 14 days prior to the event: $20.00 fee

During the two weeks prior to the event: $50.00 fee


Notice to the office must be made no later than 4:30pm on last business day before the event.


IF YOU DO NOT SHOW AT YOUR EVENT AND DO NOT CONTACT US: No refund.

IF YOUR CHECK IS RETURNED TO US: Checks returned for insufficient funds will not be redeposited. The registration will be voided unless such checks or charges are replaced by certified check, money order or cash prior to the event. For returned checks, this must include a processing charge of $25.00.




Some resorts may require quarantine if traveling from another state.
Please be sure to check for any travel restrictions before you register for any event or exam.
✓ Click here for COVID Travel Advisory Links by State.
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Please note: We expect our current event calendar to fluctuate this season more than most.
There will likely be additions and changes as the season progresses. Please check back regularly.


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Skiing and riding are athletic and physically demanding activities. It is the expectation of PSIA-AASI Eastern Division that each participant attending an event or exam shall possess the requisite level of fitness and stamina to participate safely, on all appropriate terrain and at a pace consistent with other members of the group. As such, PSIA-AASI Eastern Division reserves the right to have education staff reassign participants in any event that may pose a risk to themselves or others or consistently impede the progress of the group to another, more skill and fitness-appropriate event. In such a situation, an appropriate event will be recommended and the member may be transferred to that event at no charge (other than any difference in event costs) or a full refund of the originally registered event will be provided.

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