About 4 year(s) ago by Holiday Inn Express Jacksonville Beach
You've arrived in Jacksonville Beach, Florida and you're raring to go out and do something unusual. Something you've never done before. Something to get the old juices flowing. Hey, have you considered surfing or paddleboarding? If not, maybe you should. They're fun things to do and even if you never done them before, you can always take lessons. And there's no better group from whom to take lessons than Jacksonville Surf Training. (That's what's known as a professional segue.) These talented professionals are experienced at teaching all age groups, as well as both genders, how to get up on a surfboard and ride the waves. They'll also give you the foundation to become a solid stand-up paddleboarder. And they're prepared to handle all skill levels. Beginners and intermediate surfers are welcome to take the one-hour private surf lessons. Newcomers can sign up for the Total Surf Training Series, which features five or ten 60-minute classes that focus on the basics. Last but not least, Surf Coaching is available for surfers who fall into the intermediate and competitive categories.
Group lessons are not a bad way to go, either. There's a 90-minute class for those just getting started. Folks with a few more miles on their surfboards will be drawn to the intermediate group lessons that cover paddling out as well as refining technique. No matter what time of year you visit Jacksonville Beach, you'll find a class for you each and every week. To turn yourself into a stand-up paddleboard maven all you need to do is turn to Jacksonville Surf Training. They'll show you the ropes, including the various ways to ride a paddleboard, how to enter the water and how to handle the board plus the fine points of standing up, paddling, and turning. You can take a one-hour private lesson or a 90-minute group lesson. As for attire, you'll need a wetsuit. Don't have one? Don't sweat it. You're given one and it's included in the price of the lesson. Get the complete story on surfing and stand-up paddleboarding at http://www.jaxsurftraining.com.