Kitesurfing is accessible to everyone; Man & Women - Young & Old. You don’t have to be super fit. Just be ready to take some lessons, know how to swim and learn the basics to kitesurf. Kite boarding is completely safe, if you learn the basics correct. Therefore it is wise to take some kite surf lessons.
There is no “good” or “bad” way, no “perfect” or “imperfect” way on how to learn to kite surf but in stead we go for different kinds of teaching that suits different kinds of people. So by adapting our methods to the diversity of people we make all our students really happy. It might even make you happy if you like to learn this magical sport. Try us out or tell it to your friends if you already took a course with us.
We reinforce the need for safety both on and off the water and throughout this course. Safety must become second nature to you.
We are fluent in English, Dutch and Spanish.
This first lesson starts on land with a small trainer kite and progresses to the beach where we explain how to rig up your kite. Depending on how well you mastered the various kite-flying exercises on land you might even try a four-line kitesurfing kite in the water. Covered in this lesson:
Trying to stand up on the board whilst controlling the kite is the most exciting, entertaining and challenging part of learning to kitesurf.
Getting up on the board is one thing, staying up on it is quite something else! We will guide you through this tricky stage with expert and astute supervision, ensuring that you get that mile long run in, even if Venezuela is the next stop!Instruction includes:
This lesson and all after it are in the water with a kite. It is of a predominantly practical nature although we also discuss a little about potential hazards, location and conditions. This lesson focuses on your essential kite skills, ensuring that you can confidently re-launch your kite and get back to your board before you start making runs. Included in the lesson:
Bring your swim clothing, most likely you will get wet
We speak English
We spreken Nederlands
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