Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Toronto, Canada
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Find someone who's been taught by them and ask of the experience. If that student happens to be similar to you in style/learning methods, then it might be a good fit. Word of mouth is best, I find.
I'd love to get instruction from snowolf, since having read so many of his tips, I already have a better sense of his teaching style and intentions. Too bad he's on the other side of the country.
SnowboardAddiction is a good one too, if you're good as self-learning.
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