What You'll Get
- $67 for a 75-minute surfing lesson, one-hour yoga session, and one-hour board rental for one ($105 value)
At Rockaway Beach, Skudin Surf’s expert instructors give a 75-minute all-level surf lesson on land and in the water, which starts at 10 a.m. (15-minute land lesson and one hour of surfing). Surfboard and rash guard are provided. At noon, surfers head to the beach for an hour of relaxing yoga, followed by a one hour board rental, weather permitting.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 6, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Online reservation required. Subject to availability. May purchase multiple. Surf Lesson begins at 10 a.m. Saturday or Sunday. Yoga Lesson begins at 12 p.m. Saturday or Sunday. Both lessons will be a part of weekend group lessons. Board rental subject to weather & wave conditions & must be used immediately following yoga. If merchant needs to cancel due to unsafe conditions, you will be notified by 7 a.m. & can reschedule. Arrive at 9:45 a.m. to check in, allow time for street parking. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Skudin Surf
- Surfboard rentals
- Summertime kids surf camps, adult surf camps, and group surf lessons in Rockaway; standup paddle lessons at Long Beach at the Bay
- Private, semi-private, and group lessons for all ages and abilities; five locations
- Staff of professional competitive surfers and nationally ranked lifeguards
Who They Are
Will is Co-founder and Vice President of Skudin Surf who has officially Qualified for the 2017/2018 Big Wave World Tour by finishing in the top 8 in the Wolrd this past season. In the 2015/2016 Big Wave Season Will was a finalist in the Surflines Performance awards for the World Surf League. Cluff Skudin is Co-founder and Vice President of Skudin Surf, as well as formally nationally-ranked lifeguard and experienced water man. Cliff is a certified New York State Teacher and holds a Masters degree in Physical Education from Hofstra University. Skudin Surf has been featured in a number of publications, including the New York Times.
Surfing, it seems, is much more than a mere sport to the Skudins. It’s also a free-spirited form of therapy. Brothers Cliff and Will launched the non-profit Surf For All to bring the sport to kids with autism, cerebral palsy, and visual impairment, among other disabilities. They also partner with Wounded Warriors to provide lessons to military members, and provided assistance with rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy.