Our ultimate goal for you is to have a fun, safe, stress free experience without lines and chairlifts at 4SeasonAlpine. We want you to enjoy your exciting adventure into winter sport wonderland and have a best chance to enjoy your time on the slopes whether it is your first run or 100th run. You will continue to master your skiing and snowboarding technique with each session. Keep your body and mind in shape during the off-season and prepare for the upcoming ski/board/race season. At 4SeasonAlpine there is always good weather. When you cannot ski/board outside, have a race coming up or a lack of on-snow training time, come over and train with us. Immediate coach feedback and correction during runs is possible with us.
U.S. ski team, U.S. snowboarding team and U.S. Freestyle athletes are training on virtual replicas of world – famous ski areas on simulators, utilizing the benefits of year-round ski and snowboard practice. With shorter and sometimes challenging conditions during the ski season on the East coast, we have an opportunity to increase competitive edge for PA and NJ ski racers. For many years Austrian, German, Slovakian, Check Republic, Latvian and many other junior, pro and amateur races worldwide have been using this equipment.
A Little Bit About Us…
We are a ski, outdoor sports, running and in general very active family.
Doctorate degree in general medicine, women’s health and oncology; Clinical Research professional and Oversight Director in a global Clinical Research Organization.
As one poet said: “Only mountains can be better than mountains, I haven’t been to yet”. Born in capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent that is located near Tian Shan Mountains, I spent a significant part of my childhood and teenage years in these breathtaking and beautiful mountains. Mountains have a special place in the hearts of my parents, and I got this unconditional love through them. First time I hiked the mountains before even being born with my mom and next time at age of three. Since then, there has not been a year that I have not been in the mountains. I am forever grateful to my parents for introducing skiing to me at the age of six. As a lucky kid, I was able to ski almost year-round spending time on slopes during a season and on a glacier during summertime as part of a ski team. When snow finally melted, windsurfing in a huge mountain lake Charvak was another passion of mine. Moving to St. Petersburg I explored other mountains in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Alps. Skiing mountains big or small is where I feel free and happy like a kid again.
I am an avid skier, an outdoor sport lover, on and off-road cyclist, a runner and a triathlete. All those activities I share with my four sons, daughter and my lovely wife.
Podium place winner in slalom/giant slalom in country ski team competitions. Open Mid-Asian windsurfing champion and podium winner between 1990-1993. Five-time Ironman triathlon finisher, Boston Marathon finisher, Washington Crossing Duathlon overall winner.
I am a strong believer that skiing is a sport where you could start your development or improve regardless of age. With a knowledge from years of skiing and coaching, guidance from PSIA and other leaders in ski industry, medical and clinical background, I am committed to helping my students learn and improve their skiing abilities, support young racers’ development, support active amateur athletes and spread the love of winter sports to the community and bring new members to the winter sport industry. Professional approach to alpine training, functional body conditioning and fundamentals together are a recipe for injury prevention and performance improvement.
My students can expect my dedication and focused attention to assist them to achieve their goals.
Vladimir Yunusov, graduated from Central Bucks West High School in 2018. Vladimir graduated in 2022 from Bucks County Community College and gained a major in Health Sciences. Vladimir has been working as a Lifeguard for the past 7 years and as active staff of Central Bucks Family YMCA.
Vladimir was competitively swimming from 13 years old, with best results during high school years and early college years as District and State Championship qualifier, and top 15 result during YMCA state competition. Vladimir had a passion outside of the water and ran XC-country during high school and qualified for District competitions. In 2015 Vladimir found a new passion and started doing triathlons. So far, he has achieved multiple podiums in local and regional championships Olympic distance races. Vladimir qualified for National Championship and is going to compete in Wisconsin in 2022. He is also preparing for his first 70.3 Ironman triathlon race in September. Vladimir started skiing in 2013 and has made a big improvement since then. He regularly skis with his younger siblings and friends and enjoys providing his feedback and support. In parallel with his lifeguarding job, Vladimir was an assistant coach at Be1st Swim Team for over a year,
Vladimir’s motto is “If you work hard, you get what you deserve. Put in work and everything will be paid off in the long run.”
Vladimir is committed to teach athletes the sport they love and put his best work into it. He is passionate about sports, he participates in and will be spreading his love of sport to young kids and adults.
From the age of 4 to 13 I was in dance. In between those years I was also on a gymnastics team for three years. I have been swimming since high school. I have been skiing on and off for 4 years, and I have experience in snowboarding as well.
Ever since I was a kid I was always active, either playing outside or running around inside. I wasn’t introduced to snow sports until the age of 13 when my middle school offered a ski and snowboarding club. I brought it up to my parents and they were all for the idea. I initially started skiing and really liked it. Due to an injury, I had few years break from skiing. During my come back, I tried snowboarding and liked it as well. More recently I decided to stick with skiing due to my boyfriend’s entire family being skiers. Skiing is one of sports that you could always improve, so I’m still improving every trip up the mountain and enjoying this experience.