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Thoughts On Surfing The North Shore

Surf School Daz

Surf school daz starts with waking up before the sun and setting up our North Shore Surf Girl company tent at the beach. Next we go to our favorite coffee shop in Haleiwa for our morning coffee.  Then it’s back to the home office to organize the day.

By |January 22nd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Haleiwa Surf Lessons

Haleiwa surf lessons are the best because Haleiwa is the surfing capital of the world.  Your surf instructors are world class and have grown up surfing daily in the best waves in the world.

By |January 21st, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Paying it Forward

Paying it for forward always makes my day a little better.  Just yesterday while I was checking my mail at the Haleiwa Post Office a fellow mail checker commented on how he needed a pair of readers and how where he came from they only cost a $1 and how he was trying to get his life together.  Knowing how difficult it is to too function without readers when you need them, I gave him my pair ( I have at least 4 more pairs at home) and asked him to pay it forward.  My reward the knowledge that not only did I make his day a little better but the too would do the same for others… Paying it forward works!


By |January 20th, 2018|Musings|0 Comments

Best Sunscreen for Surfing Lessons

Using the best sunscreen for surfing lessons is very helpful.  Step one purchase a sunscreen product that is reef safe and contains no oxybenzone, butylparaben, octinoxate or 4-methylbenzylidene camphor.  Step two apply sunscreen at least 30 minutes  before entering the water.  Step three apply it especially to the face, back of hands, ears, back of legs and any other place exposed to the sun.  North Shore Surf Girls surf lessons include the use of a long sleeve rashguard so you don’t need to apply sunscreen to your back or arms etc…

By |January 19th, 2018|Environmental Concerns|0 Comments

Top 4 Things to Do on the North Shore of Oahu

The top 4 things to do on the North Shore of Oahu include:

Surfing lessons at Puaena Point

2. Paddle boarding up the Anahulu River safe with no waves or currents ( we offer both rentals and lessons daily)

3. Visit Waimea Falls Park, it host one of the top 8 botanical collections in the world. ( admission is $15 per person and it closes at 4:00 PM)

4.  Drive out to Kaena Point, it’s about a 15 minute drive from Haleiwa and there’s tons of empty beaches,  no traffic and it’s beautiful.  (Warning!  There are no lifeguards and the water can be treacherous)


By |January 18th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Congratulations to Professional Surfer Jamie OBrian

Congratulations to Professional Surfer Jamie OBrian for Winning the Backdoor Shootout

We are so proud of Jamie O’brien for winning this year’s Backdoor Shootout Surfing Contest on Oahu’s North Shore. Jamie’s an original North Shore surfer who grew up on the beach at Pipeline.  He’s not a typical contest surfer in that he only competes at the Banzai Pipeline.

By |January 17th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Importance of Eliminating Single Use Plastics on the Ocean for Surfers

Every day I’m in the water teaching surfing lessons I see plastic floating in the ocean.  I always pick it up and stow in my wetsuit.  Sadly this increase problem of plastics in the world’s oceans continues to increase daily.   Eliminating single use plastics is one of the most important environmental issues we are facing.

By |January 16th, 2018|Environmental Concerns|0 Comments

How to Cross Step on a Longboard

How to Cross Step on a Longboard is one of the first tricks you can learn while surfing on a long board surfboard.  The secret is to push back on the board with your front foot as you quickly stepforward  with back foot and then bring your other foot back in front so as to uncross your legs very quickly.  To begin with step the back foot forward and then quickly pull in back. Sort of like a half step.

By |January 15th, 2018|How To Do Things Related to Surfing|0 Comments

For the Love of Surfing

For the love of surfing keeps me sane.  The love of feeling the ocean caress my body and soul as I paddle out.  The kiss of the salt spay on my face brings a smile to me.  For the love of surfing I wake before dawn each day to check the surf. For the love of surfing I try to have a daily yoga practice.  For the love of surfing I’m a happy soul living a small life.  Virtually everything I do is for the love of surfing.

By |January 14th, 2018|Musings|0 Comments

Surfing Lesson in the Rain?

Is it OK to take a surfing lesson in the rain? Yes, of course you can learn to surf in the rain as you will be getting wet anyway.  We have a tent for you check in and to store your beach towel etc….

By |December 1st, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments