Ski instructor Martine is a very patient, fully Swiss qualified ski instructor. She comes from Switzerland and she speaks English, French and Spanish. Martine had instructed in many different countries throughout her skiing career before coming to Verbier.
Martine strives for a “Customer Care Culture” proving quality and superior service in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. Her goal is not only to make you a better skier, but she also makes learning an easy going process. Martine will be dedicated to you and your family and she will make sure that you will enjoy the best wintersport holiday of your life.
If you would like to know a bit more about Martina, we asked her few questions :
What has been your best ever feedback?
«It’s the first time I really understand everything about skiing”
How did it make you feel?
It made me proud.
Why do you love teaching?
It’s part of who I am, teaching is my life and it makes me so happy. It is such a great feeling to see people improving.
What’s your highlight of the summer?
I have done a 4 days hike camp in « Cajon del Maipo » in the mountains of Andes. It is situated 2 hours away south of Santiago of Chili and we were sleeping in tents on the snow. I was the group’s ski instructor over there.
What is your top technical tip?
Body alignement : with a perfect aligned body, everything is so much easier. And with a few more secret tips it will make you ski easily, with efficiency and no effort. I would say : « with a minimum of effort, get a maximum of results »
What is your favourite run in Verbier?
The itineraries runs in Verbier because it’s a big adventure to go from the groomed runs to some off-piste terrain.
Why are you returning to Altitude?
Verbier is the best place to be and Altitude has a great team.
What is the highlight of your skiing Career?
I would say that time I have done « La Haute Route » in touring ski at the end of the season 2017. I have spent 7 days high in the mountains, sleeping in some Cabanes including the famous « Bertol », the one with 100 steps to walk up with all your ski equipment. And then going from Chamonix to Zermatt, skinning up and getting down in off-piste only.