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Big session for beginning children

Surf training for beginning children

165€/5 x 2 hours from Monday to Friday
  • people 8 people max.
  • cake From 10 years old to 13 years old
  • surfing Equipment included
  • water Practice on seashore

This training allows children to follow the same progression throughout the week. The pedagogy will be adapted to their age, and therefore more fun. They will learn the basics of surfing: to move in complete safety with their board, to act in front of the waves, to recognize places with current, to follow the foams or the waves standing on the board!

Big session for beginning adults and teenagers

Surf training for beginning adults and teenagers

165€/5 x 2 hours from Monday to Friday
  • people 8 people max.
  • cake Starting from 14 years old
  • surfing Equipment included
  • water Practice on seashore

This is the opportunity to deepen your knowledge and your technique. You will be able to analyze the marine environment, paddle around, straighten up, turn, row out to sea. The best will take undisturbed waves across! 

What does the beginner surf course consist of?

The beginner level surf course starts on Monday and ends on Friday for 2 hours per day. The courses are placed according to the tide times and the configuration of the sandbanks. The hours therefore vary from day to day.

The equipment, board and wetsuit, is loaned free of charge during the time of the surf lessons.

The advantage of this formula is to go a little further in your learning than a simple initiation of 2 hours. It is also an opportunity to share good times with the same group throughout the week!

What are you going to learn in a beginner surf course?

During these five days of internship, you will learn:

Safety management:

  • spot the currents, the baïnes, the sand plateaus and thus have a certain knowledge of the environment in which you will evolve.
  • to recognize the type of wave you can surf.
  • to know how to handle your board without posing a danger to you or to others.
  • to recognize the areas of practice favorable to your level.

The technical bases:

  • to pass the waves without posing a danger to you and to others.
  • to turn your board at the right time to take the foam.
  • to lie down balanced on the surfboard.
  • to row with the right timing on the foams (the foam being the wave already broken)
  • to straighten up with the right timing.
  • to stand up in a position that promotes good glide.
  • to look around you.
  • to manage your center of gravity to follow the foam as long as possible.
  • to turn at the right time in the foam, front and back.

And if the surf conditions and weather allow it, in other words, if the waves are not too big for your level, you will learn:

  • to integrate the priority rules.
  • not to represent a danger when going up offshore or in the take-off zone *
  • to row out to sea and to evolve in places where you no longer have a foot.
  • to turn by rowing with the right timing.
  • to take an unbridled wave.
  • to do a take-off * 

The best progressions will even follow the wave across, to the side, making a bottom turn *!

* Take-off = descent of the wave standing on the board, when it is not yet broken.

* Bottom turn = turn, at the bottom of the wave, after the take-off.

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