Group Session in the Ocean

By Jim on Monday, May 3, 2010

After a series of private and group lessons concentrating on technique  it's now time to put the theory into practice. See our 'Chasing Runners' blog.

This session , is on Saturday the 1st of May.  It will teach you how to get the most out of your stroke and develop a better understanding of what is needed to paddle in the ocean.

The session will start at 2pm where we talk and and answer any questions you may have on how to paddle in the ocean. I will teach you what you need to change in your stroke to adpat to runners instead of flat water paddling.

When we go out into the ocean I will run the session on my jetski so that I can get close to you and help you right at your point of need. You will understand how to catch those swells and learn technique that will make you a better ocean paddler and help you have more fun.

The session will be held at Fishermans Beach on Sydney's Northern Beaches next to Colloroy Beach. Easy beach access to the water plenty of parking.

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Date: Saturday 1st May 2010

Time 2pm start NOT ARRIVE.

Cost $50

Bring Drink/fluids, lifejacket if you require, sunblock and your will to improve.

Comments from others who have had lessons.

Now time to walk the walk and not just talk about it.  But without doubt none of this would have been possible without the quality of the feedback that you were able to give in today's session  Just excellent.  Cheers Mark K

Thanks for the very well organised training run on Saturday morning. Jimmy was brilliant and very professional with his presentation.
It certainly adds so much more than just owning a Think kayak. Well done Cheers Mick

Thanks for the training session last week at Bondi Beach.  Steve

Jimmy it was a great session- thanks for putting it on! Regards Keith

Very interested in the open ocean session. Enjoyed the last one so keen to have some more.  Greg

tx for your interest today goal was 2 hrs and thats what i did exactly with a lap speed of 12.1km/h and top speed of 20.9km/h...i can safely say it was the most fun i have had!! The first hour i felt no pain but then had a problem with my right hip so things started to get ugly then...any how it was a great day out. Chris