Quiet, we're skiing,
When I talked about my life choices, I was often told that being a ski instructor was not for the deaf. However, I never gave up on my passion.
I started skiing at the age of 8 and at the age of 13, I decided to become a ski instructor but my parents preferred that I finish my studies in Paris while I continued to compete in ski competitions with deaf and hearing people.
Once I finished my studies, I decided to move to the mountains and pursue my dream, in order to achieve my passion. And now, for 23 years I am a graduate of ENSA and recognized internationally.
I also practice sign language.
I live here in the region and I have two young men who are aspiring and almost finished instructors and his little brother who is an intern.
I recommend a minimum of 4 consecutive days.
I can't wait for the winter to come.