Alan Eason (Cross country)
Alan Eason is a former British National Cross Country Ski Team member, he is one of the UK's top cross country ski instructors. Alan is also a Nordic Tutor for Snowsport England & holds BASI & APSI instructor qualifications. During the summer Alan heads off to Australia to work at Lake Mountain Alpine Resort as the ski school director, with over 25 cross-country instructors working at the ski school.
Alan has been racing internationally for over ten years and represented Great Britain at two World Championships in Germany and Japan, and has raced at over 100 FIS events.
Alan also competes at FIS World Marathon events in Europe and bases a lot of his trips around these events. Alan is a wax and ski technician for a number of national biathlon teams at world cup and IBU events during the winter season.
A regular event for Alan is the British National cross country and biathlon championship in Germany. Alan was the first civilian cross-country skier to win the prestigious 15 km classic national event. With many years of biathlon racing and experience behind him, Alan is able to offer biathlon training and coaching via a number of Totally Nordic's other instructors.
During the time spent between winters in Europe and Australia Alan is a instructors roller instructor in London with the Roller Ski Co and arranges and runs Snowsports England courses.
Peter Moysey (Cross country / biathlon)
Peter Moysey is a former world class triathlete and represented Great Britain for many years in the early years of the sport. At the end of his trialthon career Peter needed a new challenge and decided to give cross country skiing a go. With his background in triathlons, Peter soon took to the sport of cross-country ski racing, and represented New Zealand for many years at biathlon world cups, world championships and cross country FIS events.
Peter also took part in a number of Nordic World Championships. With a new challenge beckoning, Peter took up biathlon and became the first New Zealand biathlete and spent over ten winter seasons racing at world cups. At the end of his racing carer he then took a position with the Austrian Ski Federation as a biathlon coach with a sports school, coaching junior biathletes. Peter still races at FIS world marathon events and takes part in local ski races.
Andy Stewart (Telemark)
Andy's professional credibility, teaching and coaching 'adventure education' for the last 30 years, is underpinned by a genuine belief that mountain ski experiences improve people's quality of life, enjoyment and leisure opportunities. Andy is an Alpine and Telemark Level 4 Coach and is an SSE Senior Tutor in both Alpine and Nordic disciplines. Andy will provide an all-round approach that will develop and maximise telemark performance based on prevailing snow conditions and individual aspirations.