All ski instruction and race coaching at Welch Village uses the Primary Movements Teaching System(PMTS)®. Welch Village is the Midwest Center for PMTS and the only licensed PMTS Direct Parallel® ski resort in the country.
For beginners, this means learning expert ski movements on their first day. Our PMTS trained instructors will never teach you something that you will have to unlearn later like the wedge or snowplow. Instead you will receive a logical system of coaching which promotes balance and confidence.
In our race programs, PMTS enables our race coaches to teach the same movements that world cup racers use. Our PMTS certified Skier Alignment Center offers alignment services including custom footbeds, boot canting and plating, and indoor as well as on-snow assessments.
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We are offering three PMTS ski week camps at Welch Village during the 2014/15 season. Until now, this level of instruction has only been availble to the public through Harb Ski System® in Colorado and Austria. Guests age 14 and older can sign-up for these camps. Please use the links below to read the full descriptions of the camps.
Green/Blue Camp - December 20 - 23, 2014
Short Turn Camp - January 20 - 23, 2015
Blue/Dark Blue Camp - February 17-20, 2015 - Currently Sold Out. If you are interested in attending this camp, please EMAIL us!
Space is limited. Register today in our OnLine Store.
For more information on all PMTS instruction, email us at email@example.com
If you are a current Welch Village D-Team or USSA Alpine Team family please join us for our annual picnic on Sunday, Sept. 27th. Also, if you are planning on joining a race program for the first time in 2015/16, please come as well! All families are asked to bring a side dish or dessert to share. Hot dogs & brats will be provided.
Our Annual Ski and Snowboard Equipment Sale & Swap features brand new gear from local shops and used gear. Swap & Sale will be Friday, Oct. 2nd 4-9pm and Saturday, Oct. 3rd 10am-2pm. Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks!