Joe Beer Alpine & Telemark Instructor
Joe Beer is a well know face in British skiing.
- BASI Alpine L4 (since 1992)
- BASI Telemark L3 (since 2001)
- More than 30 seasons teaching worldwide
- Instructing in Les Gets/Morzine/Avoriaz since 2000
- Started ALC 2003
- Author of a new book
Represented GB/UK, BASI, Soldeu El Tarter and Daily Mail Demo teams at various events Including; Interski Congress, 1995 Japan and 2011 Austria. Numerous London and Birmingham ski shows (from 1987). Coach and Captain of winning combined teams (ski/snowboard/telemark) at “The Battle of the ski schools” World Championships, Vail Colorado 1999 and 2000.
Stunt double for the Ford Maverick promo film when released.
His latest project is writing a book; Free the Heel, Free the Mind – Fix the Heel, Fix the Problem! The Musings of a Cockney Ski Instructor. The book is the result of him being asked to write down his teaching philosophies and methods by many of his students over the years and is full of Tips, Drills and Skills for Telemark and Alpine performance, whatever your level. It is getting lots of good feedback, full details below.
“Instructing started off as a way to fund my personal skiing but pretty soon the thrill from teaching felt just as powerful.
We all have different learning curves, it’s just a question of finding what makes it appeal to you!”
Joe’s Approach To Teaching:
Teaching Snowsports can be made simple or as complicated as you want. We all learn in different ways and my preferred method is to help you tap into yours and make it understandable, simple and as fun for you as I can.
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Joe Beer’s new book is out and available:
Free the Heel, Free the Mind – Fix the Heel, Fix the Problem. The Musings of a Cockney Ski Instructor!
Instant PDF version £4.52 +vat
ebook version £6.13 +vat READ MORE