Our 1:1 online workshops are great for surfers who don’t have footage of themselves surfing and or who are looking to improve other areas of their surfing. You will sit down with a coach and walk through the steps and movements of each maneuver. These workshops allow you to talk about experiences or ask questions that you may have about the subject in the comfort of your own home.

The benefit of the 1-1 workshops is to be able to learn something new and recognize areas of improvement in existing knowledge. With your coach you will develop an objective and goal to go out into the water with after your coaching session. You will also receive a recording of each session to look back on as a reference for the future.

The Cost

Each workshop session is $45. Sessions must be booked at least 48h in advance.

The Lectures

Paddling into unbroken waves
Paddling into unbroken waves

Aimed at surfers who are entering Level 2, or who feel their wave catching is the biggest limiting factor. The class covers the mental drills for putting yourself in the right place at the right time and the physical skills to execute a clean, well timed entry.

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Cutbacks
Cutbacks

An introduction to the cutback maneuver. The class covers the when and why you would perform the maneuver, and the mechanics needed for success. The prerequisite is to be comfortable performing clean carves towards the beach on both your backhand and forehand to have the foundation skills to begin a cutback.

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Carving to the beach
Carving to the beach

Often the first skill surfers learn as they advance into Level 3, and where we start to apply board control skills and riding unbroken waves from Level 1 and 2. Carving to the Beach is a gateway maneuver that opens the door to much greater advances. To benefit from this class a surfer must have experienced surfing across an unbroken wave to develop this skill.

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Angled take offs
Angled take offs

An introductory theory covering the physics and fundamentals of an angle take off and the benefits one has to offer.  An angled take off is when a surfer places their surfboard at an angle to the beach to help get them across the wave face.  Learning to angle your take off effectively and accurately contributes to speed generation and better positioning of your board along the wave face. The course covers the why, how and when to angle your take off and you will leave the theory with drills to take out into your next surf session.

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Re-Entries & Whitewater Climbs
Re-Entries & Whitewater Climbs

The class introduces creating innovation and flow to your surfing. Aimed at level 3 surfers seek a more vertical maneuver on the wave. A white water climb is when a surfer goes from the bottom of the wave to the top of a wave, bringing the bottom of the surfboard onto a white water section. The maneuver allows the surfer to generate speed past faster peeling sections breaking in front of them. The theory will conclude with knowledge of the maneuver and both water and land drills to help the surfer progress.

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Dynamic Wave Selection
Dynamic Wave Selection

Aimed at surfers who are ready to start moving around the line up and actively hunt for waves. We cover paddle movements to help the surfer catch more waves and improve positioning and accuracy. Crowds and peaky lineups can be intimidating but they don’t have to be. We teach you to become the hunter not the hunted.

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Stance
Stance

This theory covers the basics and fundamentals of a surfers stance and how to access the controls accurately and effectively. Aimed and tailored towards all levels of surfer. Stance can limit or improve progression, and the class covers the mechanics to maneuver your board with control.

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Pop ups
Pop ups

While we firmly believe that there is no “correct” method for standing up on a surfboard, we do believe that there are certain biomechanical aspects that must happen regardless of how you choose to get to your feet. The class explains the “Universal Factors” involved in building consistency and accuracy, and how they apply to the 3 most common Pop-Up Methods.

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Stall and carve
Stall and carve

For a Level 1 surfer that can catch waves and stand up in the whitewater,and would like to develop more board controls and fundamental maneuvering. The class covers how to control speed on the wave and the mechanics involved in Trimming and Carving, including the tactical differences between them.

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