The Oberschneider Method

Simply ski better: With the Oberschneider Method, it’s quite easy. The idea behind this complete training program comes from the founder of our ski school, Hermann Oberschneider. For a number of years, this state-certified ski instructor was a member of Interski-Team-Austria and trained a number of ski greats, including Olympic Champion and multiple World Champion Benni Raich. Hermann Oberschneider has now channeled his broad experience in professional sports into a whole new training concept. Using the Oberschneider Method, every skier can make enormous progress in the shortest of time. Want to find out for yourself everything that’s possible with the Oberschneider Method? If so, we’d suggest booking a private instructor. You will be astonished at how quickly and easily you are able to bring your skills up to a whole new level:

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How the Oberschneider Method works

In the above video, you will see just how well the Oberschneider Method works. Business coach, book author and hobby skier Alexander Christiane wanted to see what he could achieve at age 60. So he registered for a preparatory course leading to ski-instructor certification here with us at Ski Dome. Thanks to the Oberschneider Method, we got him prepared in no time at all. And: Alexander Christiani actually went ahead and passed the ski-instructor test! But take a look for yourself. We shot a video for you showing how we train using the Oberschneider Method:

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Ski Dome Oberschneider Oberschneider-Methode

Make rapid progress with the Oberschneider Method

Do you also want to train using the Oberschneider Method and discover a whole new dimension of skiing? What are you waiting for? At Ski Dome Oberschneider on Kitzsteinhorn glacier, you will find optimal training conditions from September until well into early summer. So, get started with our professionals – we look forward to seeing you here:

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With us, you’ll be a way better skier before you know it …