Rue de Médran 70, Verbier 1936 Switzerland
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SKI & YOGA WITH ÉMILIEN BADOUX


Experience Verbier through the eyes of 2014 Freeride World Tour Champion, Émilien Badoux. Whatever your sport is, ski or snowboard, go off the beaten track for a full day out with him. Join him for a warm up Yoga class before hitting the slopes or stretch afterwards, his yoga fits to all levels and is perfectly adapted to the skiers needs.

Yoga Classes


FROM DEC 15, 2018 TO APRIL 15, 2019

Émilien proposes yoga for athletes. Warm up classes will prepare the skiers before an exhilarating day on the slopes or afterwards to better recover. His yoga fits to all levels and is adapted to the skiers needs.

Yoga helps improve body alignment. The postures strengthen the core muscles in the torso, especially those that support the spine. Yoga is a perfect complement to any sports training. A dedicated practice helps free the body of physical constraints, enhancing athletic performance and ability.

Group Lessons

Group lesson in Winter season: Chf 60/person (from 3 persons). 1 hour course

Before Ski or Warm Up Yoga from 8:30am to 9:30am

After Ski Yoga from 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Private Lessons

Private lesson for 1 or 2 persons: Chf 120 per class of 1 hour

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ULTIMATE INSIDER EXPERIENCE: SKI OR SNOWBOARD

Get set for an exclusive ride.

Experience Verbier through the eyes of 2014 Freeride World Tour Champion, Émilien Badoux. Whatever your sport is, ski or snowboard, go off the beaten track for a full day out with him.

Limited spots available.

Book your slot with the W Mountain Concierge: mountainconcierge.wverbier@performanceverbier.com

 

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ABOUT ÉMILIEN BADOUX

A native of Switzerland and the canton of Valais, Émilien started skiing when he was 4 years old. "The Valais is magnificent and the mountains are so vast it would take a lifetime to discover them” he says. He started participating in the Freeride World Tour in 2011 and has always remained amongst the top 5. Émilien practices yoga and meditation to stay centered. Yoga allowed him to manage both physical and mental pressure during the Freeride World Tour finals in Verbier. His actual knowledge of yoga comes from 16 years of self-practice and from his Hata Yoga and Asthanga Yoga teacher training in Mysore, India.