The best surf camps in the world: Ever dreamed of waking up in front of your favourite surf spot? The main goal of a surf camp is to stay close to the waves you've dreamed of. Sometimes, a surf camp is better than a five-star hotel.
Just as in the past years, The Surfivor Team this year consists of international, intelligent and intriguing people :) We all share the passion and love for sunsets, beaches, laughter and surfing!!
Our team in the picture directly above, from the left:
Soraya - the administrator (from the Netherlands)
Miguel - the boss (from Portugal)
Patrick - the driver (from Germany)
Rob - the surf teacher (from England)
Steffi - the surf teacher (from Germany)
Sipe - the yoga teacher (from Finland)
On her visits here, Maria K from Finland (the third one from the left on the picture above, yes the one without the wetsuit:) is the one who goes around with her camera immortalizing the life and people at the Surfivor Camp.
Óla! I'm Sipe from Finland and I teach yoga at the Surfivor Camp this summer. After exhausting our muscles in the sea, it's important to give them a nice and relaxing reward by stretching and practicing yoga. I teach classical hatha yoga specially tuned for surfers.
The yoga training normally takes place at the camp premises after surfing. In the "Yoga Special July" we're going to offer morning yoga sessions and yoga in the forest/beach for those who are interested. Yoga is suitable for beginners and it goes very well with surfing : )