4-DAY BIOMECHANICS CAMP
January 16-19, 2015
Dr. Kim Hewson, Orthopedic Surgeon, former Director of Sports Medicine at University of Arizona, and a lead Telluride Ski School Instructor, has refined a scientific-based biomechanics approach to ski instruction that has been used internally at the Telluride Ski School for the past 10 years to improve the quality of ski school instruction.
This innovative biomechanics approach is now available to the public through the Ski Biomechanics Camp.
The Telluride Ski School is the first ski school to create a biomechanics camp available to anyone wanting to improve their skiing ability. The 4-day camp uses Dr. Hewson’s innovative approach, including video analysis, in-classroom learning, and on-snow application all focused on how to use your body as it is designed for skiing efficiency and fluidity.
For the past 10 years, this biomechanics approach has improved client lesson satisfaction, reduced injury rate and improved overall skiing skills for students.
Students benefit from the following:
For information call the Telluride Ski School at 970-728-7414.
Meet and Greet: Instructors/Participants
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
8:30am - 9:30am
9:30am - Noon
12:15pm - 2pm
Lunch - Location changes daily
2pm - 4:15pm
Dr. Kim Hewson
Orthopedic Surgeon, former Director of Sports Medicine at University of Arizona, Ski School Instructor and Staff Trainer
The nation’s first female ski school director, former Director of Telluride Ski School, Ski School Instructor and Staff Trainer
41 years experience
Ski School Instructor and Staff Trainer
Colorado Ski Country-USA Instructor of the Year 2010
42 years experience
All participating instructors have a strong background and expertise in biomechanics.