Gals at the Sea

Gals at the Sea is a group of female surf teachers who provide surf clinic for girls only and it is focused on beginner and intermediate surfers.

Instructors 4

Potira Rolan Fraga Gioia

Potira Rolan is a surf guide, physical educator, and personal trainer specialized in courses such as Core 360 (functional training), Ibrasurf (training course for surf instructors), and MAP technique (Method of Arthur Philip, which is studying the biomechanics of the surf). Potira also specialized in shortboard surfing and SUP. She has competed for a few steps of the world circuit SUP wave and has come to the rank of 13th in the world ranking 2013.

Cris France

Cris France is a physical trainer for several Ubatuba surf athletes at her studio in Itamambuca which is "the peak of the functional". In addition to specific functional pro surf courses, technical, and Salvasurf MAP (rescue at sea course of military firefighter SP), Cris also takes care of the mental and spiritual part of the girls, with the course of Theta healing and Reiki.

Nina Saint

Nina Saint is a personal trainer specializing in functional training and she is also a Pilates instructor. She also has courses in surfing and Salva surf. She has taught surf lessons for more than 10 years. Besides having a beautiful style on the waves, Nina also performs good maneuvers with a beautiful surf line. Nina competed for her Brazilian circuit for a few years with great result. She was Paulista university champion and have the curriculum seasons in Puerto Escondido in Mexico and Peru.

Livia Frederick

Livia Frederick has learned physical education and she has become a surf instructor. She was competing for professional Brazilian circuit, and she came with the results as the Paulista university champion. Livia has strong moves and she could stand very large and heavy waves. In addition to surfing, she is a mother of two boys. She is also an MMA athlete and she does skate too.

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