Alpine Mini Academy

Dates: Saturday, December 4, 2021 - Sunday, December 5, 2021 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm ET (2 Days)
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Event Type: Education Clinic

Location: Boyne Highlands (Meeting locations will be sent out closer to the event by the clinic leader.)
Please arrive 15 mintues before the start of the event.

Registration Information:
- Advanced Rate: $360.00 (available through Friday, November 19)
- Regular Rate: $385.00 (available through Friday, November 26)
- Late Rate: $410.00
- CEUs: 12

Prerequisites: Current PSIA-AASI Membership

Registration Deadline: Saturday, November 27, 2021, 11:59 pm ET

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Online Registration: CLOSED

Offline Registration: Contact the division office.

Course Description:

What: An amazing event put on by PSIA-AASI National Team Members.

Why: Many participants consider the Mini Academy the best event in PSIA-AASI-C. A great bang for your buck, if you are looking to improve your ski technique.

How: Alpine Team Members are the best of the best in PSIA-AASI. They go through rigorous training to get to be a PSIA Team Members. Because of their training, the feedback you will get is spot on.

Additional Event Details:

*Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of the event. 

*Lodging Packages are available at Stafford's Crooked River Lodge Mention that you are traveling for the PSIA AASI Central Event at Boyne Highlands.

*Lodging Packages are available at Boyne Highlands at the Heather Highlands Inn (HHI) Click here for the 10% discount link... this will automatically take 10% off any lodging at the resort. Group Code: 13y0r3 


Announced PSIA-AASI National Team Members for the Boyne Highlands, Mini Academy

PSIA-AASI National Team Member - Mike Hafer

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PSIA-AASI National Team Member - Dusty Dyar

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Past PSIA-AASI National Team Member - Heidi Ettlinger

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Bio: Heidi is a two-term PSIA-AASI Alpine Team Alumni. She serves on the Education Leadership Council, Western's Alpine Task Force, the PSIA-AASI Women's Advisory Group, and the Nancy Oakes Hall Scholarship Committee. Heidi has dedicated much of her 25-year membership to building, implementing, and leading custom educational experiences for instructors and education staff. Her primary mountain is Heavenly Ski Resort, although having worked extensively in the Central Division for the past nine years makes the midwest a close second home! This season Heidi is serving as Head Coach for Central's Alpine Tech Team.