In our downtime between being able to run retreats, Holly has been busy posting some online content in a classroom format. The newest creation is a clinic on How To Nose Ride.
The mechanics of what makes nose riding possible.
What types of boards, fins, and waves are best for nose riding.
How to read waves to position yourself and your board to set up for nose riding.
Some tips for practicing on land to make it easier once you are in the water.
Nose riding is hard to do, but it’s a lot easier when you understand what you need to do to be successful. This class will help you choose the right board and fin setup, find the right wave, know what to look for on the wave, how to set up the wave so that you can start walking forward, and what to do when you’re up there!
I’ll also give you some useful tips for practicing on land that will help you out even more once you get into the water.
This class involves one 20 minute video about nose riding, a video about how to read waves, and then space for discussion, Q&A, and follow up videos based on the questions.
Back before social distancing was a thing, when travel was still an option, when warm water and good waves were all we were thinking about… here’s a highlight video from a time we can’t wait to relive.
Super long glassy lefts and rights, ladies of all levels getting the longest waves of their lives surfing with amigas in southern Costa Rica. This is one of the last retreats we ran in the beginning of March before COVID changed the world. We can’t wait to get back to this lifestyle! Be sure to stay tuned for the hilarious wipeout section!
We aren’t sure when we’ll be able to get back to running retreats, but as soon as we can we will let you all know! Thanks for your support.
Hey Shredders! If you’re like us, you know that the only thing more fun than riding a wave solo, is to share it with a friend. If you happen to surf in a crowd regularly, maybe you want to team up with your friends and work on your party waves. Here is a selection of party waves from our staff over the last couple of months to give you some ideas! Enjoy!