Telemark – The 4C’s

The ‘Telemark instructors’ view of the Psychology surrounding a Telemark lesson knowing and understanding the psyche of the student can give a better end result of meeting the goals of a lesson and or an individual’s success. Telemark is as much about mental strength and belief as it is about physical fitness.

Concentration, Confidence, Control and Commitment (the 4C’s) are generally considered the main mental qualities that are important for successful performance in most sports.

Join us in an on-snow workshop where we outline the techniques we use to overcome and or/use the 4Cs to help get a success in a telemark lesson


Connected to Indoor Lecture (Yes/No) No
Sports Included (Alpine, Snowboard, Adaptive, Telemark, Cross Country, Freestyle, Children) Telemark
Languages Used for Workshop English
Number of Group Leaders 2
Maximum Number of People for Each Group 12


Each workshop will be given twice per day.  The workshop meeting times are 10:30 and 13:30. A lunch break will be given between 12:00-13:30.

There will be multiple meeting points each morning for Alpine, Snowboard, Freestyle, Cross Country, Nordic, and Adaptive. Please look for these specific meeting points. Group leaders from each nation will be responsible for organizing groups at each meeting area.

Group leaders should have a plan for how to best exit the meeting area.  There are multiple routes, to help avoid long lines at the start.

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