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Spend a weekend of surfing fun and relaxation at Ribadesella, Spain. The main goal of the surf camp is to improve the surfing skills of surfing enthusiast. The surfing levels from beginning, mid-level to competition will be defined. Each level will be supported with the best material available, surf technique/style video analysis and full-on coaching in and out the water. Having fun whatever you do is one of the top priorities. Learning to surf, experiencing heavy wipeouts, great tube rides, its all about having fun. This is the message Santa Marina Surf Camp try to pass on to their students.
Surf lessons are tailor made for beginners and intermediate surfers. For beginners, the main goal is to learn the basic rules involved in surfing. It is important to be safe and aware when paddling out on a surf spot. Basic knowledge about the ocean including currents, channels, winds and waves will be taught. The take-off on a wave is the first step to ride any wave. Intermediate surfers will have their surf sessions filmed by coaches. At the end of the day the surfing style, body position and technique will be analyzed. This is a major task of improving the surf skills of every student and helps to make major corrections in movement. The surf coaches will also give support in the water while the surfing is done. This helps to improve the students confidence of reading the wave and taking off and do those bottom turn in a nice and stylish way. The main focus of the taught techniques includes body/weight/movement position on the surfboards, doing maneuvers and building speed on certain waves.
Also known as Maika, is one of the references in Santa Marine Surf Camp. Maik is an architect by profession; he has been surfing for over 20 years. He knows the local surf area at perfection and has surfed many parts of the world. Maik has a great share of experiences in teaching surfing. He had been working with his own surf school and worked together with some of the best surf-schools in Spain. Teaching to surf is a great passion of him; his communication skills are very great. He has the "Spanish coach" certificate by Spanish Surfing Association.
He is one of the best Spanish surfers. He has a long experience in national and international contests and is one of the most popular surfers for all the national magazines. He has been with the Spanish Surf Team since 2005. He got second place last year in the National Surfing Tour. As a teacher, he has great experience; he was working for five years in one of the best surf schools in Spain, in Santander. He has the surf-coach title by the Spanish Surfing Association.
He is from Santander. He lives in San Sebastian and is former Spanish junior champion in 2005. Rafa has been working in a surf school many years and he knows perfectly how to work with every surfing level. He's been doing surf trips for magazines in Indonesia, Maldives, France, etc. He has the surf-coach title by the Spanish Surfing Association.
He is one of the pioneer surfers in Asturias and part of the first generations of surfers in Spain. Perico has surfing in his blood for over 40 years. He is the father and coach of Guillermo. In addition to sharing his experience, he is also the official photographer and video editor of the Surf Camp.
He is, no doubt, one of the most charismatic surfers in Spain. A local from the Galician surf spots, Mariano has been traveling and competing with Guillermo over the years around the world. He is a very funny guy, has lots of stories to tell, and he will share all the experiences with you in Santa Marina.
This surf camp will take place in Asturias, Ribadesella, Spain.
2 nights accommodation
Board, wetsuit and all necessary equipment
Daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Internet access (Wi-Fi)
Video and photo CD
Accessed by the highway A-8, exit 333 Ribadesella Oeste, and exit 326 Ribadesella (Llovio). You can also take the N-634, from Oviedo, or N-632 from Gijon