Bonne Santé is working with SkiBro

Bonne Santé is working with SkiBro

Bonne Santé is delighted to share that our team is now working with SkiBro, bringing you great videos to assist in all things fitness and well-being related, helping you stay safe on the slopes and get the best out of all your sporting activities with us here in the beautiful French Alps.

Even better news! If you book a SkiBro lesson using the code BonneSante20 you get 20 euros automatically taken off your total booking price.

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Biomechanical Assessment

Biomechanical Assessment

Anyone wanting to improve their skiing technique but think they’ve hit a plateau – read on!

If you are a seasonnaire, or long time visitor and an established skier, you should have been able to get lots of time on the slopes to improve and refine your skiing either with or without an instructor. We hope you’re carving turns and dropping cliffs with the best of them but just in case you’re thinking “that’s not me!” check out our latest blog to see how a Biomechanical Assessment can help you move to the next level.

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Getting Mountain Fit - Yoga with Altitude

Getting Mountain Fit - Yoga with Altitude

Rose, Bonne Santé’s in-resort yoga teacher, offers her insights into how yoga can provide health & fitness benefits to those heading to the snowy slopes this winter season. Whether practicing could improve your sporting performance, aid injury recovery or simply assist in curing a fuzzy head after one too many vin chaud, the benefits of getting onto a mat up the mountain are endless...

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Getting Mountain Fit – Exercises to help prevent acute knee injuries

Getting Mountain Fit – Exercises to help prevent acute knee injuries

Acute knee injury is one of the most feared categories of injury amongst professional and recreational athletes alike. Join Frankie in our physiotherapy room in the Bonne Santé Clinic in Val d’Isère as she explains what they are, the risk factors and demo’s some exercises you can follow to try and reduce your risk of such an injury.

 

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