Taking a SUP lesson is the best way to have a great first experience if you are new to the sport. A lesson is also the best way to get the most from your new board. If you own a board I always recommend taking the lesson on your own equipment so you get to know it even better.
Reasons to take a lesson include,
Learn how to properly turn, navigate, and stop your board
Learn a more powerful stroke that will move you with greater ease and improve your balance in choppier conditions
Gain the confidence to take your board out in a group or rent in new locations
Confidence in more weather and wave conditions
Proper safety considerations including getting on and off your board and self rescue
When it's safe to go out and when it isn't
Are you wanting to learn to SUP but aren't sure you can do it? Do you learn best one on one? Private lessons are great for folks who want to learn but want to do it at their own pace and not feel rushed in a group. These lessons are geared to the individual and we will move as fast or as slow as needed.
Location: Contact me for options, there are a number to choose from
Lesson Length: 2-3 hours is typical for a lesson, but private lessons can be broken out over a number of days and sessions as needed
Equipment: Use your own equipment or use mine.
Price: $80/hour (maximum of 2 people)
Learning to SUP is a ton of fun with friends! If you are looking for a lesson or experience for a family, or group of friends, a private group lesson is the way to go. I'll teach you all the core SUP Skills but make it fun. We play some games as well if time permits. Expect lots of laughter and lots of fun.
Location: Contact me for options, there are a number of options to choose from
Lesson Length: 2 hours is the minimum, we can tailor this to the group and the experience level
Equipment: Use your own equipment or use mine if available
Price: Contact for pricing (minimum of 3 people)