Surfing Lessons in Hawaii
Surfing Lessons in Hawaii
Learn to surf on Oahu with Nancy Emerson School of Surfing. Taking surf lessons in Hawaii from the Nancy Emerson School of Surfing will not only teach you how to surf, but will provide you with an amazing surfing experience on the island of Oahu and some of the outer islands in Hawaii.
You can quickly learn to surf like a pro on Oahu with fun and exciting surfing lessons in Hawaii from Nancy Emerson School of Surfing and Nancy’s Aloha Surf Clinics with Nancy Emerson. Oahu is an amazing location to learn to surf for the 1st time beginner or intermediate surfer. Your personalized Oahu surf lesson includes ocean awareness instruction, water safety briefing, learning how to read the ocean, paddling techniques, and how to stand up with a smooth “Nancy Emerson Learn To Surf In One Lesson” technique. You’ll learn how to turn, how to get into waves, and of course, practice on to standing up and stay standing up!
We want you to feel as comfortable as possible on your surfboard whether you’ve never been on a surfboard before or if you’re a seasoned surfer that may just need some brushing up in the water. Prior to getting in the ocean, we will brief you with everything that you’ll need to know and take the time to allow you to ask any surfing-related questions you may have. After paddling out to the break together, your Oahu surf instructor will be there to coach and guide you into the waves and all the way back to shore. Their focus in the water will be on your safety as well as proper wave etiquette, surfing style, and technique. Our goal is to teach you to surf in an incredibly fun and safe way so that you can return to the water every time feeling like a pro.
Nancy Emerson started Hawaii’s first surfing school in Hawaii. And on Oahu, Hawaii Nancy learned to surf on a surfboard from a Hawaiian beach boy as a little girl. Nancy grew up at the beach and from the age of one years old her parents, which were avid body surfers taught Nancy how to swim and body surfing. Nancy started teaching surfing lessons, ocean awareness & water safety on Maui in 1973 and has been teaching people of all ages ever since.
Aloha Surf Clinics With Nancy Emerson in Hawaii is a wonderful location to Learn to Surf for the 1st time Beginner or Intermediate surfer.
Nancy Emerson, a former international surfing champion with 35+ years teaching experience, has created Hawaii surfing lessons that cover the total surfing experience. Along with her team of accredited instructors, Nancy and her team will teach you how to surf, the basics of form and technique, as well as water safety, ocean awareness, wave conditions and surf etiquette in the one simple surfing lesson that has set past champions on the path to success.
Your personalized Oahu or outer island surf lesson includes an ocean awareness, water safety briefing, learning how to begin to read the ocean, a demonstration on paddling techniques and learning how to stand up with a smooth Nancy Emerson “Learn To Surf In One Lesson” technique, how to turn, tips on how to get into waves, and of course, practice on to standing up and stay standing up! We want you to feel as comfortable as possible on your surfboard prior to getting in the ocean and this briefing gives you time to ask any surfing lessons related questions you may have. After paddling out to the break together, your Oahu or outer island surf instructor will be there to coach and guide you into the waves. Their focus in the water will be on your safety as well as proper wave etiquette, surfing style, and technique.
They offer Private one on one, Semi-Private surf lessons, surf clinics on Oahu or an outer island in the Hawaiian islands. These are made for two to three people or private surfing clinics over a number of days to get a wonderful solid foundation with your surfing. This is a perfect way to learn surfing techniques with someone you enjoy learning with. You do have an ample amount of individual attention during your surf lesson or surf clinic and share your fun surfing experience, which will make it memorable for both of you.
Nancy also offers Private Group surf lessons on Oahu and outer islands for your whole family and friends. Here you will enjoy sharing surfing in an Easy, Fun, and Safe comfortable environment. Nancy has trained all her surf instructors personally and we keep a 4 to one ratio per surf instructor. If you have five or six family or friends learning we add another instructor on to your class to keep your class very personal in your learning. Or we will make the classes longer to give quality instruction to all in your Private group.
Flying off for the weekend or week or two, to beautiful Oahu in the Hawaiian Islands. Now picture perfect waves with warm off shore winds over the ocean.
Nancy Emerson School of Surfing is an amazing surf school and opportunity for beginners, surfers who have hit a plateau in their surfing, the elite surfer or for the surfer girls or men who want to tune-up your surfing skills, improve your technique, bring your level of reading the ocean to a new level and extend how much more FUN you can have while surfing. Or for people that want to Learn to Surf on a fast track you can sign up for a surfing clinic on Oahu or one of the outer islands in Hawaii.
STOP DREAMING and give us a call or text on (808) 294-5544 or email: email@example.com and let us plan a fun and relaxing surfing adventure and holiday for you!
“Nancy is a dedicated individual, driven in her vocation by a pursuit of excellence an a love of the ocean. It is this kind of unfaltering service and devotion that I most admire in this remarkable woman”
WAYNE RABBIT BARTHOLOMEW 1978 WCT World Surfing Champion
“As you know, I hadn’t surfed in almost 25 years and was feeling a lot of anxiety and self-doubt. All of that vanished at the beginning of my very first lesson.”
JIM TROMBELLA Social Worker/Translator
“She has businessmen, doctors, lawyers and students. There are more women now than ever before learning the sport of surfing from the renowned Nancy Emerson School of Surfing in the Hawaiian Islands”
Los Angeles Times