Looking to step up your skills on the hill and want to get personalized coaching from Oakley’s top professional athletes? Oakley Progression Sessions is a two-day on-snow camp for the intermediate rider who is looking to advance her “freestyle” skills to the next level, and have fun while doing it!
For women by women, Oakley Progression Sessions is staffed by professional coaches, and it takes place in an on-snow environment where you don’t have to be intimidated by big jumps, aggressive rails, huge pipes or overwhelming crowds. With the private, custom terrain park built just for attendees, you’ll be able to build your skills at your own pace and comfort level with help and encouragement from the Oakley team.
Off the hill, we’ll have stretching and yoga sessions each morning to get you warmed up and ready to ride. For the best performance, you’ll get your own custom Oakley Elevate goggle, and you get to design it! Lunch and après are included each day, along with the opportunity to make new friends with girls that have the same love of winter sports as you do. You’ll also get an AMAZING goodie bag, and we’ll be giving out product prizes and much more!
So COME SHRED WITH US! Oakley Progression Sessions is open to women ages 15 and up, and it’s coming to a mountain near you. Space is limited, so don’t hesitate… grab a girlfriend and sign up now!
1.“Droppin In” at Loon Mountain, NH (March 5th–6th) SOLD OUT
2. Canyons, UT (March 12th–13th)
3. Winter Park, CO (March 19th–20th)
4. Northstar-at-Tahoe, CA (March 26th–27th)
■2 day on-snow ski and snowboard progression camp
■40 snowboard participants
■10 ski participants
■Professional coaches/Oakley pro rider guest coaches
■2 day lift tickets
■Lunch both days
■Morning yoga/stretching sessions
■Custom goggle bar
■Saturday Après party
■Sunday awards ceremony
Price – $250 (all details listed above are included in the ticket price).
Discounted lodging at participating resorts.
Head Coach: Mary Walsh
Oakley Pro Coaches: Gretchen Bleiler, Marie-France Roy, Chanelle Sladics, Silvia Mittermuller, Dominique Vallee, Grete Eliassen and Kristi Leskinen