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Too late for ESA?

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It turns out that I'm going to be in the SLC area during the ESA. I sort of had other plans, but now I'm wondering if I should go to ESA.

Is it too late to register?

What kind of format is the coaching? That is, is it just like daily lessons but with the same instructor and class? Is it more of 'skiing with tips/lessons along the way'?
post #2 of 5
Chris, you are in luck, because we had a few people drop last week and there is room for you. (I have had other inquiries for the 3 spaces that opened up too, so it'll be first-come first served.)

To learn more about ESA, look at the FAQ, schedule, program notes, etc. at the ESA website: http://esa.epicski.com/

We try to form compatible groups so each group can do what works best for them.
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Originally Posted by ChrisInSeattle
It turns out that I'm going to be in the SLC area during the ESA. I sort of had other plans, but now I'm wondering if I should go to ESA.

Is it too late to register?
Sounds like you can still get in. Hope to see you there

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Originally Posted by ChrisInSeattle
What kind of format is the coaching? That is, is it just like daily lessons but with the same instructor and class? Is it more of 'skiing with tips/lessons along the way'?
I don't know what a daily lesson consists of or means. I've been to all but one of the events so far. I've always had a different coach and each and everyone have sought to learn and understand my goals then help me achieve them. I've been in groups ranging from 6 (at the most I believe) and as small as two. Generally a lot of skiing. Some coaches have done drills/exercises, some don't favor them much. Sometimes a drill or focus is applicable for the entire group, often each member will get their own focus - what I need may be different than what you need (at that time anyway.) I have never seen a predetermined prescribed script/progression in any sense; the coaches I have worked with have been incredible skiers and teachers, and basically have given completely custom coaching to each member of the group.

If I had to pick between your two options, I'd say 'skiing with tips/coaching along the way' has been my experience.

See you in couple weeks,

Chris
post #4 of 5
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Okay, I want in. I made my lodging reservation, so I hope the 3 open slots haven't been snatched up!

So I'm assuming I just fill out the reservation form and pay in full via the paypal page?
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Originally Posted by ChrisInSeattle
Okay, I want in. I made my lodging reservation, so I hope the 3 open slots haven't been snatched up!

So I'm assuming I just fill out the reservation form and pay in full via the paypal page?
That'll do it!

See you in 2 weeks!
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