Level 2 - Intermediate
Get out to the lineup and surf green waves, improve your wave selection and learn how to go right and left on a wave.
A deeper understanding
Backing up practice with theory is always a great idea, to understand the why behind actions makes it both easier to remember and to adapt.
Introduction to the lineup and the written and unwritten rules to follow when surfing in this area.
Surf safety, surf etiquette & priority rules
We cover topics on how to behave in the water, crowd handling, positioning, pecking order, how to fall, and where to paddle back out without being in danger of hurting yourself or others.
In this course, you'll no longer only be in the shallows on the inside sandbank but outside in deeper water. Therefore, we'll teach you everything you need to know about ocean safety and factors like rips, tides, waves and weather to ensure your safety in the ocean.
Throughout the week, the local surf teacher will take you to different spots according to the swell and weather conditions. This means you'll learn what spots work best on different tides, swell- and wind directions, so you can spend your time surfing the best spots at the right times.
The coach will see what you need to improve and which adjustments are required to take your surfing to the next level.
There are many types of boards for different kinds of waves, body types and skillsets. During the course, you'll learn more about these. You'll also have the opportunity to try out some different ones.
Surfing green waves
The goal for this course is to become comfortable catching waves on your own, standing up and surfing down the line, going left and right.
Learn the language of surfing and develop a broader understanding of the jargon and culture.
Board control in the lineup
We'll help you refresh and tighten up your lineup game, making sure you know how to position yourself on the board and in the lineup.
Techniques for passing through the waves
We'll practice the turtle roll and duck dive.