'Fun is good'
Originally from Courchevel and having spent all her childhood there, Charlotte is very attached to this ski resort.
Charlotte has been a ski instructor for five years now in her native resort. She sees her teaching method as being playful and fun, and tries to adapt her skills to each of her learners.
What she likes most is spending a day with her customers and make them discover the beauty of the Trois Vallées skiing area on powder snow. Trilingual, Charlotte will be able to share this experience with you in French, in English or in German.
Specialised in downhill skiing, Charlotte took part in competitive skiing from her earliest childhood in Courchevel Sports Club. As soon as she joined the International Ski Federation, she integrated the Comité de Savoie and the French National Team in the junior category. She could then participate in national and international competitions, where she was rewarded several times, winning titles such as Junior French Champion.
Charlotte appreciates the quality of the Ecole du Ski Français teaching method which,to her, transmits its expertise with professionalism, passion and enthusiasm.
This trilingual instructor loves travelling and discovering different cultures throughout the world. Incidentally, she already gave lessons in Cardrona, New Zealand, during one winter season. This experience gave her a different view of teaching and enabled her to meet new customers and discover a different state of mind. According to her, the most beautiful slopes in the world are La Face de Bellevarde (Val d’Isère), Streif (Kitzbühel), Saslong (Valgardena), Stelvio (Bormio), and finally Lauberhorn (Wengen). In Courchevel, her favourite ski run is Les Creux, despite the fact that regularly, she likes hitting the Couloirs de La Saulire.
When not on the slopes, Charlotte gets back to her student’s life. She studies business in Grenoble.