Private & Group Surf Lessons
We offer the absolute best Daytona Beach Surfing Lessons. Want to learn how to surf or improve your surfing? At Pure Life Surf School, we don’t just teach you how to surf – we teach you how to be a good surfer! All of our instructors are amazing athletes that have been teaching people how to surf all over the world. Our private surfing lessons are a great personalized approached to learning how to surf. One on one, you will be paired up with one of our C.P.R./First Aid Certified instructors with years of surfing experience. They will cover a range of topics from surfing fundamentals to ocean safety. Each lesson is tailored to your current skill and experience level to help you gain a surfing experience like no other. Our curriculum is second to none. We are simply the best place to learn how to surf in Daytona Beach. We have professional instructors and provide the best surf lesson experience. So come and learn how to surf with us. Our Daytona Beach Surf Lessons are offered year-round.
Surf lessons are offered by appointment only, weather and surf permitting. Please schedule your surf lesson by clicking on one of our surf lesson options below.
What to Bring
- Sunscreen (Reef Safe)
- A comfortable tight fitting swimsuit
2705 South Atlantic Ave.
Daytona Beach Shores, FL 32118 Google Map
Surf Lesson Pricing
Surf Lesson Instructional Break Down
The first phase or Phase 1 (10 – 15 minutes) being done on land. We go over proper positioning, important surfing terms and wave characteristics, identifying students’ stance (Goofy/Regular), safety techniques, paddling and pop-up techniques. After we are comfortable with our students learning Phase 1 and safety, we then start the second portion of the surfing lesson.
The second phase or Phase 2 begins with us paddling out to the surf break. We identify the line-up, changes in the waves correlating to the shallow and deep section in the sandbars or reef, and where and what the impact zone is. We teach our students how to properly sit on their boards and use leg techniques to turn when we identify good waves for them to go on. We teach them the fundamental characteristics of waves and the ocean. We are hands-on at first, pushing students into waves after calling out or selecting a wave for them to go on. We instruct our students how to properly time out a wave, when to stand up as they drop into a wave, and remind them of their positioning.
The third phase or Phase 3 of the lesson, is when the instructor takes more of a coaching approach. We will verbally coach our students on wave selection and timing. After a student goes for a wave and returns back to the line-up, the instructor will break down the students’ wave down for them. We take a constructive approach when critiquing our students. We are catching waves with our students and coaching them as they are standing or just watching. We will demonstrate and clearly break-down certain aspects that a student may need to work on. In the third phase of the lesson, our students are catching their own waves.