1. Surfing to Heal

    Increasingly over the past decade, surfing has served as therapy to help alleviate or mitigate a number of mental, physical and emotional disorders. Organizations centered around disorders such as Pos…Read More

  2. Sharks: to Fear or Not to Fear

    De-Mystifying Sharks I can’t tell you how many people tell me that they refuse to try surfing because they’re scared of sharks. Most of them realize how silly that sounds, but the recent news head…Read More

  3. We are letting female surfers down.

    The thing about women’s surfing is, well, women rip. Women’s surfing has come a long way in the last few decades, building on the legacy of surfer girl greats known as the California Golden Girls.…Read More

  4. Join us for surf camp this holiday break

    “Time in nature is not leisure time; it’s an essential investment in our children’s health (and also, by the way, in our own).” – Richard Louv, Author Last Child in the Woods If you’re lo…Read More

  5. iSurf does New Zealand!

    As the general manager of a surf school I pretty much have the best job in the world. Or course, one of my favorite parts of the job is taking students to new and exciting places…so you can only ima…Read More

  6. A Surfer’s Gift Guide

    Oh man, after an eternal hiatus from the blog we have returned just in time for the holiday season with a carefully curated Surfer’s Gift Guide – a hand picked shopping list for all the lovely sur…Read More