A little bit about me…
Since 2005 I’ve been teaching alpine and adaptive skiing all over the world from New Zealand to Switzerland including Austria and Italy and occasionally back in the UK.
I’m Ash Morton, a BASI (British Association of Snowsports Instructors) adaptive trainer, Adaptive Level 3 ISIA Instructor and Alpine Level 3 ISIA Instructor. You can read more about what this means on my profile page.
I run the disabled ski program for Summit Ski School based in Zermatt in Switzerland. 2017 is the second season with this exciting new programme.
I also regularly deliver training courses for adaptive instructors for BASI in the UK, Switzerland and elsewhere
Coupled with this I carry out fundraising to provide for the disabled ski equipment needed for our guests.
I love to get the best out of everyone’s skiing and enable them to enjoy the great slopes and terrain the mountains have to offer. I do my best to get to know everyone I teach and put their enjoyment as my top priority.
Three reasons to ski with me?
- Relaxed, enjoyable lessons, to give the best experience possible
- Focus on achieving your aims, to gain more confidence, improve technique or tackle more challenging runs
- Skiing is my passion and I would like to share that with you all, and it must be fun!
Need more information?
Either read on or drop me an email – firstname.lastname@example.org – and thanks for taking the time to look at my site!