We live and love winter sports. Our committed team will give advice and look after you to make sure you discover your love for snow sports with plenty of fun, joy and in a safe way.
Let's meet our instructors:
I have been teaching here already for 19 years and still enyoing every day on slope with my customers. I believe that the most important is to have fun skiing. I love to put a big smile on your face.
I always try to adapt my lessons to your personal goals so you can be sure to get the best out of your time with me!
I love children and they love me. I teach with patience, games and, if the parents allow, a hot chocolate :-).I wear the coolest monkey hat
I started skiing before I celebrated my third birthday. For the Cannes and a piece of tangerines I always circled slalom between ski poles until the darkness. Skiing has gradually added snowboard, and then study coaching at university. I like to ski with kids, but I like lessons for adults with their higher demands and goals . In my lessons I can not miss fun, comfort, good mood and Haribo candy bag in my pocket.
In my spare time I am involved in copywriting, carving, photography, traveling and, of course, in sports, I have tried parachuting through yoga and diving, but my to do list is still long.
Even though I was born in Prague, I spent weekends with my brother and parents outdoors in the countryside. I started skiing at the age of three, and from the moment I first went down the slope, I was clear - winter, skiing and mountains would always be a place for me to feel at home. The fact that I fell into the snowboard in the same way as into the ski was actually inevitable :)
In my lessons, I like to pass on my enthusiasm to children and beginners - I already have my tricks on them :) But I also like to ride really well with adults and advanced, whether it's a morning snow corduroy, an afternoon broken downhill or free terrain. In recent years, my great passion became skitouring and trips to the ridges of the Giant Mountains. When I see how my clients enjoy it, I get the feeling that I have the best work in the world.
For the first time I have been on the skis at the age of two. Probably this is inherited in our family because my grandfather was a great skier and coach, and my father is a passionate skier even today at his age of 72.
I spent several winter seasons in Switzerland, Andorra, France and, of course, in Spindleruv Mlyn, where after twenty years of experience I again like to teach skiing and snowboarding. Now I have a family and two great children who have made the mountains a hobby, so our family tradition continues.
I like to ride an enduro bike in my spare time, sometimes I try some races, and for a few hundred kilometers for fitness. I am walking in the mountains, paddling on the river, sinking, and still traveling.When the winter is over - I travel, I ride on the rivers, climb the mountains, dive and search for adrenaline and good mood wherever possible.
In our family it is known that I was able to ski before I could speak. In the beginning I was closer to the cross-country skiing that I was trying to race for. When I grew up, I started to go the hills down on the ski and snowboard.
Learning should be fun and well-being, especially no stress or rush.
And when there is no snow, I sit on a bicycle and dedicate myself to the clients in the saddle. I give a direction there, where the way is the goal:)
I have been skiing since kindergarten. I always enjoyed snow and ride fast. As a little girl, I had my tricks so that the rider on my ticket does not tick off every ride ;-)
I am patient, learning is good. I also understand the fear and the insecurity, and applaud to everyone who is going to ski for the very first time. I like to find out what sits in learning to improve, but it's still fun or the right challenge.
I'm doing everything to make everyone happy to experience one of the best feelings in the world, to go down the sunny mountains downhill with joy and skiing. Mountains are a heartbeat, so even though I live and work in Prague, I spend the most of free skiing, cycling, or trips with my friends.
I started to teach my first clients on the snowboard in 1998. My first season was in Scotland, and then there was very little snow. I enjoy the same amount of riding on the slopes, jumping in the park and freeride in deep powder.
After a while I tried skis. And do you know what happened? They're great! Skiing is just as great as snowboarding and both sports have moved my perception of the mountains a little higher.
But when the snow melts, I change the snowboard for a longboard and travel with it all over the world.
I was three years old when my dad put skis first to my feet. They were lent and without edges. I started crying and wanted to get back my sleds. A year ago, Santa brought me the first real skis with a Mickey Mouse picture. It did not take long, the first arc came, and I fell in love with skiing.
In adolescence, I admired the older snowboarders and hooked the skis to the nail. And because I wanted to spend the most time in the mountains, I made an instructor's license. After years of skiing, the childhood enthusiasm returned.
Initially, I collected instructor experience in a kindergarten with children, completed my education and now I'm also focusing on adult clients.
I started skiing at the same time I started walking. I was a really slow baby, so about the third year.
Skiing has caught my heart even though my dad was screaming at me constantly and from anywhere, not going in the bend.
After some time I added a snowboard that I really love, but I'm still a skier in my heart.
I like to chat at lessons and besides learning how to ride, I can create a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere.
When I'm not in the mountains - whether in winter or in summer, I try to enjoy life so I can tell you every day it's worth it.