A Private Surf Lesson Package is a great way to go if your goal is to pursue surfing as a new hobby. In five one-on-one or two-on-one private surf lessons we will cover the topics and teach the skills necessary for you to surf your local break confidently. One-on-Two lessons are designed for you and a friend to share your surfing experience and learn from one another. They are also a great option if private lessons are a little out of your budget. All lessons include the use of a surfboard and wetsuit.
Private Lesson Package Rates:
1-person Private Lesson 5 Pack: $540 (10% discount)
2-person Private Lesson 5 Pack: $765 (15% discount)
Below is a sample breakdown of what you can expect with your package. Keep in mind that surfing is a very difficult sport and people advance at different speeds. The information in the lesson plans above will vary from person to person and may need to be covered in more than five lessons.
Lesson 1: Topics covered include wave formation, checking the surf, water safety, surfing etiquette, and surfing equipment. We will focus on the techniques of paddling through the surf, catching waves, and how to properly stand-up on the board. Approximately 30-minutes of on-land instruction and 1-hour of surfing in the water.
Lesson 2: A more detailed look into wave formation and elements affecting waves and the surfing conditions. Review of surfing etiquette and instruction on how to surf on your own. Approximately 15-minutes of on-land instruction and the remaining time in the water.
Lessons 3 and 4: Depending on your ability you may take some time between your second and third lesson to try to surf on your own. Return for your third and fourth lesson with questions from your solo surfing experience and we will focus on where you were having trouble. If you’re ready, we will touch on turning and riding unbroken waves and will provide information on purchasing your own equipment.
Lesson 5: Take more time between your fourth and fifth lesson to see where you’re at with your surfing. The goal in this lesson is to paddle out past the surf line and catch the unbroken waves with the other surfers. Put all the knowledge you’ve picked up from the first 4 lessons and your solo experience and take it to the real waves. A major focus will be etiquette and how to safely and confidently surf with a crowd.