Moment Surf Company Group Surf Lessons

Moment Surf Company Group Surf Lessons

“Do we offer large group surf lessons?” This is a question we get asked all the time. The answer is yes! We can handle groups of various sizes and abilities. The following is a testimony from a group of 24 students that learned to surf with us a few weeks back:

“Just wanted to let you know what an amazing experience our students had learning how to surf this past weekend!!! The instructors that worked with our class were so helpful, patient and supportive and all of the kids had a great experience; now that we are back home, they are already asking for us to repeat the class next year and many of them are planning ways to get out surfing again this year! It was so wonderful to see how the experience changed our students- I really don't have the words to describe it but it seemed like you could actually see how much this uniquely positive experience of catching a wave built up their self-esteem and confidence in themselves!

I really appreciate your help in planning everything and the work of all of the surf instructors and Moment employees who were all so great with our students! With such a big group, I was worried we might be overwhelming and get in the way of other customers (hopefully this didn't happen!) but all of the Moment employees were so kind and helpful and the kids were just enthralled with them. One of the best things was that even after our lesson, when some of the students ran into the instructors, they felt comfortable enough to ask question and the instructors never hesitated to take the time to talk with them and give them pointers.

We can't thank you all enough for giving our students this amazing experience! The students made a thank you poster which I sent in the mail the other day.

Thank you again!


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