For this lyonnaise, skiing is a family matter. True regulars to Courchevel skiing resort, her grandparents as well as her father have been hitting its slopes for several decades already. However, this will be the first time Victoire will instruct in this skiing resort !
It is at the age of three that Victoire was enrolled by her parents in Courchevel's nursery school. Since that day, she goes skiing every weekend and during holidays.
Above all, Victoire loves the breathtaking landscape in which she works. She particularly feels well in Courchevel, which is a familiar place for her.
Victoire practiced competitive skiing. Actually, she stepped on podiums several times, and won regional titles as well as Fédération Française de Ski (Skiing French Federation) titles. Skiing gives her the possibility to outdo herself during competitions while practicing it as a leisure with her family.
Her favourite piste, as for her father, is the Creux, which she admits, she hit several times already. She also appreciates Chanrossa, in the Trois Vallées, the Cime Caron at Val Thorens and the Combe des Vallons at Méribel-Mottaret.
Sharing and learning using a playful method provided by excellent instructors are values Victoire shares and appreciates at the ESF. And of course, she has the privilege to work in a remarkable landscape, in contact with nature and among snowy peaks.
Her passion for skiing and her desire to transmit it led her to become a skiing instructor. In order to better teach this sliding sport, Victoire helps her learners to feel confident while teaching them how to control their speed, so that they can feel the pleasures of sliding and improving with no apprehension.
Outside the pistes, Victoire is a student in a Commerce School. Skiing was a way for her to relax during her free time. This young student has several other passion ; in summer, she is surfing in the Landes, but she also likes horse-riding and scuba diving.
Victoire has skied in Zermatt, Switzerland. Despite this, the most beautiful pistes in the world remain, for her, Jean Blanc in Courchevel, Sarenne in Alpe d’Huez, La Face de Bellevarde, in Val d’Isère, Nera Cervino in Zermatt and Streif in Kitzbuhel.