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1311, 2017

North Shore Surf Girl Food

By |November 13th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Being a surfer girl requires a lot more up keep then the bohemian beach lifestyle title implies. A proper diet is paramount to have the energy to teach surfing for hours each day while balancing the rest of one’s life. Raw organic foods are the key to success. We like to start our mornings with a raw green smoothie full of berries, bananas, leafy greens, papaya and other seasonal fruit freshly available from our local farmers markets. Drink a glass or two of these smoothies and you too will be able to spend hours and hours happily froliking in the surf everyday.

1211, 2017

How to Stand Up Paddle Board

By |November 12th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

1. Start on calm flat water –  learning to surf waves with SUP will come after you’ve mastered the flats.
2. Begin on your knees and practice turning and controlling the board with your paddle.
3. To stand up get on your hands and knees holding the paddle on the board with your hands with your knees just behind the middle point of the board. Keeping your hands and the paddle on the board slowly place your feet where your knees are then looking forward slowly lift the paddle off the board with your knees bent at a 45 degree angle.
4. Paddle the board forward with conviction.

511, 2017

Triple Crown of Surfing’s 2017 Calendar

By |November 5th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Triple Crown of Surfing starts on November 12, 2017 with the Hawaiian Pro at Haleiwa Beach and finishes up with the Billabong Pipe Masters from December 8th – 20th, 2017. The Pipe Masters is the final event on the Men’s World Championship Tour and will determine the new world champion for pro surfing.

3110, 2017

How to Catch a Wave

By |October 31st, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Catching a wave is one of the most thrilling things you can do on the water.  Perfecting the art of catching a wave by yourself takes time.  Getting a surf lesson from a good instructor can help shorten the learning curve.  Read the How to Catch a Wave article that I was interviewed for in the New York Times Magazine below.

2910, 2017

Paige Alms wins Pe’ahi Challenge

By |October 29th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Congratulations to Maui Surfer Girl, Paige Alms for winning the 20217 Pe’ahi Challenge.  As the picture below shows the waves where big and all the competitors charged!  North Shore Surf Girls love this.  It’s been a long time coming but it looks like women’s surfing is finally coming of age.

2710, 2017

Surfer Girl and Congress Woman, Tulsi Gabbard Supports Women’s Surfing

By |October 27th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Hawaii Congresswoman, Tulsi Gabbard joined the competitors for the opening ceremony of the first ever all women’s event to be held at Waimea Bay.  

1810, 2017

Blue Crush to Return to the North Shore as a TV Show.

By |October 18th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

NBC’s reboot  of Blue Crush will also be a story of female empowerment and ambition, set on Hawaii’s North Shore. After a tragic accident, a surfer will work to revive her career and help save her local community, which is being threatened by commercialism and shady surf politics.  So it goes…We like the female empowerment angle a lot and really enjoyed getting to work on the original movie.  

1510, 2017

Red Bull Queen of Waimea Bay

By |October 15th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Red Bull saves the day for women’s big wave surfing’s first ever all female event at Waimea Bay on the North Shore Oahu. Featuring 30 of the best and bravest women surfers in the world this event is long over due. Big congratulations to Betty Depolito for continuing to lead the way for women’s surfing on the North Shore. We at North Shore Surf Girl’s are so stoked on this contest and wish all of the competitors the best of luck and safety.
Here’s a list of the competitors:
Makani Adric (Hawaii)
Paige Alms (Hawaii)
Jessica Anderson (Chile)
 Joana Andrade (Portugal)
Justine Dupont (France)
Emily Erickson (Hawaii)
Michaela Fregonese (Brazil)
Sarah Gerhardt (USA)
Brittany Gomulka (USA)
Claudia Goncalves (Brazil)
Tayla Hanak (Australia)
Raquel Heckert (Brazil)
Keala Kennelly (Hawaii)
Sheila Lee (USA)
Blake Lefkoe (USA)
Andrea Moller (Brazil)
Remi Nealon (Hawaii)
Kelta O’Rourke (Hawaii)
Nicole Pacelli (Brazil)
Felicity Palmateer (Australia)
Emilia Perry (Hawaii)
Polly Ralda (Guatemala)
Gypsy Ann Russ (USA)
Momo Sakuma (Japan)
Kiyomi Sheppard (Japan)
Tammy Lee Smith (South Africa)
Jamilah Star (USA)
Jenny Useldinger (USA)
Bianca Valenti (USA)
Shakira Westdorp (AUS)

1310, 2017

Is it Safe to Learn to Surf on the North Shore of Oahu in the Winter?

By |October 13th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Learning to surf on the North Shore of Oahu in the winter months is safe because we teach you to surf in a protected cove.  With that said it can be very dangerous for beginner surfers to surf with out a surf coach or in a surf lessons.  When in doubt don’t paddle out…

710, 2017

Large Group Surfing Lessons Now Available

By |October 7th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

A group surfing lesson as part of a corporate retreat is an excellent team building exercise.  Your parties surfing lesson will likely be the highlight of your time in Hawaii.  We can handle groups up to 40 people and offer the option of having lunch catered at the beach.  It’s the perfect way to spend the day!