We run seminars each week on various topics from surf technical to forecasting and board design. We’d love you to join. We announce the date, time, and topic of the seminars on Instagram and Facebook. Alternatively, if you would like to be notified whenever seminars are happening, please contact us at info@surfsimply.com to let us know. Seminars are $25 per person.

You can also book a private group seminar for up to 10 people on a topic of your choice. Below are some of the popular requests. Private group seminars are $75.

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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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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Surfboard Design
Surfboard Design

This class is intended to give any surfer a good understanding of how the different elements of surfboard design work, and how changes to those elements will affect the way a board feels in the water. Hopefully by the end of the class you’ll be able to look at any surfboard and have a reasonable idea for how it will ride and what conditions it will work best in.

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Surf Forecasting
Surf Forecasting

This is our breakdown of how to not only read, but also understand, a Surf Forecast. We’ll look at how open ocean swells are created and how they travel as well as looking at the winds, tides and bathomethery that will affect them when they arrive at the coast. This is a great class for anyone who’s interested in understanding how to pick the best days to go to the beach.

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