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Aloha Surf Clinics With Nancy Emerson on Maui is a wonderful location to Learn to Surf for the 1st time Beginner or Intermediate surfer.

 Your personalized Maui 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 Maui 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.

Nancy guarantees that with her surf lessons Maui teaching techniques will transform and progress your surfing ability to new heights of confidence and precision. This is based on Nancy and her team's positive reinforcements, level of dedication, passionate, patient and sensitive style of coaching and teaching for over 35 years world wide. Nancy has a keen eye to the subtle aspects of form for the first time beginner to the experienced surfer and is endorsed by the Association of Surfing Professionals.

One on One surf lessons Maui can give you a Private surfing lesson for two hours. You will receive personalized instruction, customized to help you achieve your surfing goals. Private, one on one lessons are perfect for the first time beginners who want to learn the fundamentals of surfing. And for the intermediate surfers who want to improve their skills, practice catching bigger waves or work on their bottom turns, round house cutbacks, staying in the tube longer and walking the nose if you are a long boarder.  Nancy Emerson's Maui surf school provides Maui surf lessons and surf clinics  with an instructor by your side throughout your entire two or three hour  surf class.

 

 

They offer Semi-Private surf lessons on Maui and surf clinics, which is made for two to three people. 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 Maui for your whole family and friends. Here you will enjoy sharing surfing in a 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.

Nancy Emerson ALOHA SURF CLINICS on Maui will take you to some of the most beautiful beaches with peaceful back drops of the islands of Kahoolawe, Lana’i and Molokai off the South, West and North West shores of Maui, which will take your breath away when you are taking your surf lessons on Maui.

 


Surfing with Nancy Emerson


Learn to Surf in ONE Easy Lesson

IF MY DOGS APACHE AND CHEROKEE MOANA CAN SURF SO CAN YOU!  

Thank you so much for your lesson at Lahaina, Maui 30 Dec. 1998. It was a great experience for me. After the lesson, I bought a new long board at Hi-Tech Surf Shop, where you recommended and ship it to Japan. Now I have return to Japan and would like to try surfing at Kochi shore. Thank you again.

Shinichi Ikegawa - Doctor, Japan

 

If there’s anything you want to know about the art of surfboard riding, Maui’s First Lady of Surfing, Nancy Emerson will certainly have the answer.

GERRY LOPEZ
Hawaii's World Famous Surfing Legend

There are more women now than ever before learning the sport of surfing from the renowned Nancy Emerson surfing lessons of Maui.

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