Problems don't develop along the way of our skiing journey - they already existed at the beginning of our skiing development. They only manifest themselves as a problem in more difficult situations, and higher speeds, so conceptually we must go back to the beginning to cure our problems.
The theme running throughout my teaching is simple but vitally important, if you are to get the most out of your precious time on skis. To be able to achieve your goals, you should first understand what creates good skiing - the three guiding principles of effective technique which will, with practice, enable you to ski in places you had only just dreamed of. My aim is to help you to do just that.
Modern ski design, with its exaggerated side-cut, means that carving should be the norm, rather than the exception, for recreational skiers. You can, as a result, learn to use the edges of the skis more easily and effectively. You will discover that you can not only use the same technique as racers, albeit at your own speeds and skill levels, but unless you do so, this will always limit your skiing progress.