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SGS SURF LESSONS
We tailor our Schools Go Surfing (SGS) surf lessons to revolve around fun, the development of ocean confidence & skills and establishment of foundations for long term surfing ability.
We offer SGS surf lessons as an after school activity during periods of small waves or even no waves at all to work on a range of exercises and fun challenges for kids of all ages.
On flat days we incorporate some training and fitness related activities aimed at developing the crucial skills to improve your surfing as well as doing workshops on equipment and how to take care of it, swell and ocean knowledge etc.
Your surf instructors are all qualified lifeguards and expert surfers. All have accreditation in Level 1 Surf Coaching, ILS and first aid certificates. Our team is hand picked for their passion and enthusiasm for surfing.
All our boards are soft, safe, stable, specifically designed for beginners. We also provide rash vests and wetsuits to keep you warm all season.
Our lessons are run according to the International Surfing Association (ISA) standard. These lessons are tailored to suit the novice through to the intermediate surfer. Our instructors are in the water with you helping with paddling techniques, catching waves, standing up, and manoeuvring your surfboard. As well as in-water instruction, our lessons teach surf safety and understanding the oceans’ elements.
*Surfing is not guaranteed every week as conditions are dependent on Mother Nature.
All packages and lessons are valid for 6 months upon purchase. We also have a no refund policy.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to lesson time, not earlier as your Coaches might be in the water with a previous lesson.
If you are more than 15 minutes late from the actual start time given by the coaches, you may not be able to attend nor can your lesson be re-booked. This is due to missing the safety and equipment brief at the beginning. Entering the water without this knowledge puts everyone at risk.