This five lesson package by Go Ride a Wave is highly recommended, as it provides you with a structured progression through the various skills of surfing. Everyone learns at different speeds and the structure is merely a guide to provide you with clear goals to aim for.
If you have never surfed before, they will start you off with the surf Intro and then help you develop and refine your skills at a pace that suits your personal needs. As the ones who have surfed before will have a specially customised lesson to take you to the next level.
Your first few lessons will take you through a surf Introduction while you start your cardiovascular warm up then it is on to surf awareness and safety. They will introduce you to the equipment, how to lie on the board and paddle, get out through the surf, catch broken waves in waist deep water and stand up and surf the wave.
The fourth and fifth lessons will be on advanced fundamentals of surfing and will take your surfing skills and knowledge to the next level.
You will be carving up the waves in no time, thanks to Go Ride A Wave.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 21/07/17 - 22/07/18
Daily: 10:00am - 12:00pm
When you join a surfing lesson with Go Ride A Wave, you are learning to surf with Australia's largest and most professional learn to surf organisation. They can get you started and standing up in no time at all, and offer lesson packages to help you progress quickly.
With the beautiful beaches, world class waves, why wouldn't you want to come and do a surfing lesson. Go Ride a Wave has been teaching surfing since 1987 and their expert, qualified instructors not only teach you the basics, they make it an experience hard to forget. Full-length wetsuits, soft surfboards and instruction for two hours are all provided.
Classes are run in Anglesea, Torquay, Ocean Grove and Lorne. Go Ride a Wave also offer Stand Up Paddle Boarding on the Anglesea River. With proper instruction, Go Ride a Wave can get you out on the water either with a lesson or hire.
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