Intro to SUP

PADDLEBOARD PRIMER – LEARN THE BASICS
From it’s Polynesian surf roots, the sport has quickly become the fastest growing (and maybe the funnest) water sport in the universe (oh, the drama). SUP has come alive in the Okanagan where you can choose from any number of lakes and rivers to play on.

The course provides you with the basics to make sure your first time is a successful one. After this course, you’ll be set free and can take with you, a range of basic skills to help you pass through the beginner phase quickly – or at your own pace.  Here’s what you will learn –

  • Learn about the different types of boards, paddles and gear
  • Learn safety on and off the water (how to transport boards, respect for the different water conditions, use of PFD’s and more)
  • Basic skills for correct paddle technique (forward and reverse)
  • How to load and carry boards safely

Locations: Kalamalka Beach, Vernon BC
Course Fees
:

  • $60 – includes board, paddle and PFD

Pre-Registration required:  NEW – Register through our Online Store or Call to register at Kalavida Surf Shop in advance.
What to bring:
Towel, change of clothes, sunscreen and good energy
Note: Please leave valuables in your vehicle or at home.

 Arrive 20 minutes before each class to sign the waiver
2016 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
SUP EXPERIENCE (Learn to Standup Paddleboard)
Saturday, August 6 Kalamalka Beach
@ Kalavida
10-11:30am
Monday, August 8 Kalamalka Beach
@ Kalavida
Cancelled
August Kalamalka Beach
@ Kalavida
 10-11:30am
August Kalamalka Beach
@ Kalavida
 TBA
August Kalamalka Beach
@ Kalavida
 TBA

Looking for a private group lesson?
You can also book private lessons and skills clinics. If our class schedule just doesn’t work for you, why not get a group together and organize a private lesson?  Pick a time and give us call to book. 

Private Lessons  – Fees per person
(Can be booked during evenings and off-hours)
One Person $95
Two People $75
Three – Five People $65
Six or more $60

 


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