WaveHuggers - TEST
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About WaveHuggers - TEST
While there are numerous options for learning how to surf in Southern California, Wavehuggers is the only surf school that provides a “we come to you” service and will take you surfing wherever you want in the region! Additionally, Wavehuggers will teach you ocean and wave knowledge, as well as surf etiquette. We also give back to the environment by participating in beach clean ups and donating to organizations that share our passion and values.
We provide surfboards and wetsuits. We use 8 ft and 9 ft foamboards, which are safe and stable for beginners. We provide full wetsuits to be worn during the lessons, which are not necessary during the warm summer months. The instructors will always come prepared with the right type of equipment for the lesson, but you can use any personal surf equipment you may have, if you want.
Why we love what we do
Wavehuggers was formed out of a passion for both surfing and the ocean. We are on a mission to not only teach people how to surf, but to also help educate our students on what it means to be ocean conscious. It is our goal to make a positive impact on the environment and to motivate others to join us in doing so.
Be Ocean Conscious and take care of our oceans
The ocean is a vital resource that provides food, water, commerce, recreation, medicine, and even the air we breathe. Today, our ocean faces unprecedented threats from pollution, trash, declining fisheries, and multiple impacts from climate change, all products of OUR impact on the environment.
Wavehuggers will share our knowledge about the waves, tides, swells, and all other factors involved in surfing. Proper surf etiquette is also taught to give a better understanding of how to behave in the water while sharing waves with others. After learning to surf with Wavehuggers, you will leave your lesson with a positive and unique surfing experience, a growing love for the ocean that we all need to care for, and a knowledge about what it means to be ocean conscious.