Intermediate and advanced level surfing classes
Intermediate level surfing classes
A suitable level for all those surfers who are interested in keeping up their level of surfing and want to become more independent surfers.
At this level we will concentrate on continued improvement and perfecting the basic movements such as standing up, bottom turn, pumping and changes of direction.
At this stage, the teachers will advise you as to the best material for your level and characteristics and will pay special attention to the basic rules of surfing.
- One of the main objectives will be to learn how to enter the impact zone and be able to catch waves before they break.
- To learn how to duck dive unaided.
- To control the basic movements such as standing up, pumping to build up speed and changes of direction.
- To be able to surf Backside and Frontside
- To learn the basic rules when in the water and priorities.
- Students to be older than 8 years of age
- To have had at least more than 50 hours of beginner training (teachers’ reports)
Advanced level Surfing courses
This level is for those surfers who have been surfing for some time and want to perfect their technique.
By video recording and subsequent correction, they will be more aware of their mistakes and how to correct them.
There will also be training in swimming pools and gymnasia with the aim of improving your surfing when the conditions of the sea are not suitable, although priority will always be given to practice in the water. When conditions allow, we will go to other beaches with more difficult waves in order to gain confidence in more difficult conditions.
- To be able to reach the impact zone in any situation
- Control of all basic movements such as: take-off, bottom-turn, fluid pumping…
- To correctly interpret the sea (line-up selection, wave selection, line-up etiquette)
- To concentrate on correcting surfing technique using video and analysis of the same
- Interpretation of weather forecasts
- Knowing other beaches
- Older than 8 years of age
- To have one’s own material
- To be regularly in the water
- To be able to paddle to the line-up without problems