Sports in La Jolla


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  • La Jolla Kayak
    At La Jolla Shores, the ocean bottom slopes gently out to sea and the waves roll gently toward the beach, where seals can be found sleeping in the sun. This unique ecology makes the area an ideal entryway into the ocean, which the native La Jollan owners of La Jolla Kayak take full advantage of, leading kayaking excursions past the steep cliffs and through the secluded sea caves where humans first learned to douse fire. Alternatively, snorkel tours allow explorers to dive into the 6,000-acre Underwater Park to spy the leopard shark, garibaldi, and dolphins swimming underfoot. To facilitate journeys, La Jolla Kayak transports visitors' kayaks to the beach straight from its outfitting shop, which also houses complimentary lockers and rents out wetsuits to keep love-struck sea lions from slipping notes into divers' pockets.
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    2199 Avenida De La Playa
    La Jolla, CA US
  • Ooh La La Dance Academy
    "Music is my diet and dance feeds my soul," says "Salsa Susie" Ngyen, who quit a six-figure career at Xerox to start Ooh La La Dance Academy—in the midst of an economic crisis. Her risk paid off, because since then, the company's dance troop, the Cosabellas, earned the title of Best 2010 Performing Artist of the Year by Raw Artist and sparkled onstage for celebrity judges during a live-taping of America's Got Talent in 2011. The Cosabellas not only entertain; they share their enthusiasm of dance with others by teaching kids and adult dance classes at Ooh La La Dance Academy. Boasting over 15 years of experience each, the instructors teach the dance they pioneered, a blend of Latin and burlesque, as well as fitness-inspired classes and classical dance forms such as ballet and The Beethoven Shuffle.
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    7467 Cuvier St.
    San Diego, CA US
  • Bike & Kayak Tours
    A crew of former athletes and passionate locals with a love for the outdoors wait beneath the bright-red awnings at each Bike & Kayak Tours location to guide multiple expeditions through the natural sights around San Diego. The 7 Caves and Ecological Reserve kayak tour sends paddlers on an expedition to a 75-million-year-old sandstone cliff with seven sculpted sea caverns that resound echoes in seven-part harmony. In the spring, snorkeling trips follow the seasonal migration of leopard sharks as students paddle in the shallow waters of the sandy flats with harmless predators.
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    2158 Avenida De La Playa
    La Jolla, CA US
  • Over the Bridge Coronado Tennis
    Over the Bridge Coronado Tennis brings together active amateurs and USPTA-certified coaches at an illuminated five-court facility for rousing matches and lessons. Players can start off with private or semi-private instruction to pick up fundamentals, or enroll in intermediate and advanced clinics to work the rust out of a rickety forehand. When ready to unveil their shiny new skills, players may sign up for the group's singles leagues or take advantage of Over the Bridge's player matching service, which recommends players of similar skill level and love of long walks on the beach.
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    2628 Torresy Pines Rd. # F-15
    La Jolla, CA US
  • Eagle Martial Arts La Jolla
    Students should bring: A bottle of water and a mat if possible Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Indoors only Established: 2011 Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: No Parking: Parking lot
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    6435 Caminito Blythefield
    La Jolla, CA US
  • San Diego Fly Rides
    As the SoCal Riviera Tour’s electric bikes zoom up Mt. Soledad with ease, other cyclists and motorists might marvel in disbelief. But the tour’s participants do their fair share of ogling, too—along with the mountaintop vista, the views of La Jolla’s beaches and homes are almost too dazzling to simply motor past.
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    1237 Prospect St
    La Jolla, CA US

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