If you want to give your children surfing lessons it’s critical that you know how to surf very well yourself. You don’t want your child to get hurt whiling learning to surf. If you don’t surf and are not a skilled waterman or women leave teaching the sport of surfing to your child to a professional. If you are an expert on a surfboard then the best way to start is by riding tandem with offspring. Tandem surfing with a child is super safe and a great way to be able to coach your child in real-time. Tandem surfing is also a great way to bond with your child.
SUMMER KIDS SURFING CAMP
CAMP Dates: Weekly from May 29 – August 3, 2017
Camp Days: Mon, Tues , Wed & Thur
Camp Hours: 9-11 AM
Ages: 10 – 17
ABOUT THE CAMP: Our CPR, AED and lifeguard certified surf instructors will teach surfing to all levels, surf etiquette, ocean safety and awareness.. We offer a minimum 5:1 ratio but give one on one attention where we see fit and depend on the student and parent to express their concerns and expectations. We spend most of our time in the water but spend some time on the beach teaching too, our goal is to encourage all campers to learn water skills and become strong waterman and lifelong surfers.
WHAT TO BRING: lunch, snacks, bottle water, towel, hat, sunscreen and bathing suite. We provide long sleeve surf shirts and all surfing equipment.
For booking and questions please call us at 1 – 808-637-2977 or send an email vial our website.
North Shore Surf Girls
Aloha, Just wanted to share with you a little bit of our philosophy of teaching children to surf. The North Shore Surf Girls know that each child has a unique personality and ability to adapt to an aquatic environment. With that in mind we customize our surf lessons to ensure that your child is safe and feels confident as they become acquainted with surfing and riding waves for the first time.
Teaching young children to surf is one of the North Shore Surf Girls favorite things to do. Recently, we took Ms. Kekai on her first trip on a surf lesson board up the Anahulu River on the North Shore of Oahu for a SUP lesson. Way cute! The picture below says it all!
More important then being cute is the self esteem children develop when learning to surf or paddle at such a young age. It’s a gift that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.