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Taking a Lesson
Taking lessons, what to expect, and timing issues for lessons.

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User: bmoore
9/6/06
People learn in many different ways. The primary ways of learning are visual (watching), auditory (listening and talking), and kinesthetic (doing or hands-on). Most people use a combination of these learning styles. The LTF CD-ROM and other LTF CD's are set up as visual learning tools.

Take a lesson at your local mountain! This is a great way to receive one-on-one personalized help from an instructor or coach. Most ski and snowboard areas have a ski and ride school that have trained professionals that can help with one-on-one, group, or family needs. For ski and snowboard lessons (including freestyle and freeride), we recommend that you use a certified PSIA or AASI certified instructor/coach. AASI stands for American Association of Snowboard Instructors and PSIA stands for the Professional Ski Instructors of America. If you happen to be lucky enough to be visiting a resort outside of the United States, we recommend that you ask the local ski and ride schools about the professional organizations in their areas. Be smart, go with a pro!


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