Surf Betty’s Festival 2017

You may have seen that this month we are teaming up with Surf Betty’s Festival, to help empower women through surfing and fitness. On Saturday 30th September we will be hosting 2 surf lessons on Great Western Beach, in Newquay.

One lesson will be aimed at beginner surfers; women and girls who have never surfed before or who are still learning to get to their feet and want to get their pop up perfected. The second surf lesson will focus on the intermediate surfers, so if you’ve mastered the white water and feel ready to tackle green waves, changing direction and learning to manoeuvre your surfboard, this lesson is perfect for you!

Which ever lesson you choose your booking will include a beach yoga class and fitness session with the most wonderful female instructors, you’re going to be left feeling invigorated, inspired and motivated.

Corinne's Surf Tour Newquay

Magical things happen when likeminded women come together and inspire each other and find their inner ocean goddess. Event founder and Corinne’s Surf Tour owner Corinne Evans had a vision of creating a event that not only gave back to a charity but also encouraged women and girls to step outside their comfort zone, do something for themselves and join in celebrating all things surf and wellness. This year Corinne has decided to focus her event around the health and wellness side of surfing and we are so excited to be able to be a part of in for yet another year.

Surf Betty’s Festival is a celebration of all things surf, fitness and wellness. From learning to surf, improving your surfing, balancing your mind and body with outdoor yoga. You will awaken your muscles from head to toe with a surf focussed HIIT workout (suitable for all abilities) and it’s not only your bodies that will be left feeling amazing. This event will also play host to an array of wonderful Q&A’s and inspiring talks from women in sport and business.

The One Wave community will be there to raise awareness of mental health, famous for their Fluro Friday, for all the surfers, sufferers and survivors, they are a non-profit surf community tackling mental health issues with a simple recipe…saltwater therapy, surfing and fluro.

With so many wonderful elements, we simply cannot wait to see how many women and girls unite for one day to raise funds for those affected by Hurricane Irma and raise awareness of women in surfing and sport.