Emma has been teaching for 7 years across multiple countries, she is also an experienced adaptive instructor and race coach. Her passion and motivation for skiing and enjoyment of the mountains are evident in every lesson.
Communication and empathy have been nurtured by working with multiple demographics and overcoming language and cultural barriers, varying skill groups, climate conditions and logistics. Her love of the outdoors and skiing in particular motivates her to share her passion with others. She aims to improve the achievements of all her clients through a patient but focused approach.
Why did you choose to teach snowsports?
I had a long standing passion for teaching and sharing information and knowledge with others. I thrive best when outside as well, exploring new places. I became an instructor so that I can share with people the beauty of the mountains and the freedom and adrenaline of skiing.
What makes you special as an instructor?
My empathy and patience, as well as my passion for the mountains.
What do you do in the summers?
I still love to ski where possible either on dry slopes or down in the souther hemisphere. Otherwise I enjoy cycling, reading, baking and yoga, travelling to new places and eating tasty food.
Where is your favorite part of Verbier to ski/ride?
Savoleyres – holds the sunshine most of the day, many pistes to choose from and easy fresh powder.
What is your favorite restaurant/mountain restaurant in Verbier?
Cabane Mont Fort – the views are very beautiful.
Why did you choose Verbier?
I love ski touring and there is lots of routes around to explore, plus it is good proximity to France and Italy.
What top handy tip do you have for anyone visiting Verbier?
Wear shoes with a good grip, there is nothing worse than slipping over on ice because of poor footwear.