Our quality Stand Up Paddle Surf Lessons cover the finer aspects on theory, weather assessment, beach hazards, self- launching, self-rescue, posture, balance, endurance, equipment advice, basic water rescue, critical decision making, and etiquette, emphasis on safety.
We also offer specialized training for distance runs and races on mine or your stand up paddle board. Get ready for channel crossings on this brand new fast growing sport!!!
same prices apply – Based on experience, need 2 lessons prior to venture on distance paddling – ALL OUR INSTRUCTORS ARE LIFEGUARDS, CPR, FIRST AID CERTIFIED – YOU SHOULD BRING: SUNSCREEN, RASH GUARD, BOOTIES(IF YOU LIKE TO WEAR THEM). – BE ON TIME TO START WITH THE FUNCTIONAL WARM-UP.
Stand-Up Paddle Surfing, also abbreviated as SUP, is rapidly growing global sport originating from Hawaii. It is traced back to the 1940’s in Tahiti. stand-up paddle surfing is a mix between – you guessed it – surfing and paddling. Back in the day, Waikiki beach boys stood on their longboards while navigating with outrigger paddles, taking pictures of tourists on shore, and the sport of stand-up paddle (SUP) was born. Now referred to as Ku Hoe He’e Nalu on the Hawaiian islands, the sport is quickly gaining popularity all over the world because of its graceful simplicity and quick learning curve.
Stand-Up Paddling is the fastest growing ocean sport. A no-impact sport that will positively effect you mentally, physically and emotionally. No experience necessary. Stand-Up Paddle Surfing is easier than surfing and you are guaranteed to learn!
To learn paddle surfing you’ll need a board—and SUP boards are big, averaging between nine and 11 feet long. An instructor can fit you with the proper size according to your height and weight. Boards with a soft deck are ideal for beginners and those who don’t want to bother with the tedious chore of waxing. Paddles tend to be six to nine inches taller than the paddler’s height, and the more lightweight and easy-to-handle the paddle, the farther you’ll travel using the least amount of umph. Most people are up and paddling on flat water after just 30 minutes.