Youth Surf Club Starting Again!

We’re very happy to announce that we will again be offering the youth surf club surf sessions through the winter season. Cost is only $45 per surfer per session. Space is limited to 10 surfers, so reserve your spot now using our online reservation system.

Here’s a small group of us on a special trip to C-street in Ventura. Good times and great surf!!

Surf with Kai Sanson and other local surf coaches.
Ages 10 -16
Surf Session - 2 hours
All gear included if needed.
Cost = $45 per child/per session
Must have prior surfing experience or a private lesson with us.

Club Surfers will learn:
~ Ocean skills, board control and wave knowledge.
~ Advanced surfing skills and maneuvers such as bottom turns, floaters, cutbacks, duck-diving and barrel riding.
~ Surfing etiquette and surf spot knowledge.
~ Environmental awareness and ocean stewardship.

Kai's Bio:
- Born and raised on Pt. Dume, Malibu and 3rd generation Los Angeles native
- 30 years surfing experience and over 12 years instruction experience
- Masters Degree in Education - Loyola Marymount University
- California Teaching Credentials - Social Science and Health Science
- Extensive knowledge of local spots
- Surfed, worked and traveled all over the world
- CPR & First Aid Certified

New Online Reservation System

We’ve just set up a new online reservation system, so you can now see what times we have available and book your desired time right online.

**If you don’t see the day, time or location that you want, or would like to speak to us in person, please email, call or text us at:**

Kai or Josette
(310) 455-6900


Zuma Beach reservation ($40 deposit required when booking lesson):

Santa Monica/Venice Beach reservation ($40 deposit required when booking lesson):

Tips for Beginning Surfers, Surf Tip #3

Tip #2: Where to paddle out. Giving other surfers some space, while also looking after your own safety.

The herd mentality...or at least in Los Angeles, the most direct line from the most convenient parking lot to the surf!

The spot where all the other surfers are might not always be the best spot -- Know that people tend to have the herd mentality. “If everyone is there then it must be good”. This is not always the case, especially at big open beaches. Maybe the waves are not quite as good down the beach but there is nobody out. If it looks safe, why not paddle out there and have it all to yourself? This way you don’t add to the crowd at a crowded spot and you have the chance to catch any wave that comes your way. As a beginner, the biggest piece of surf etiquette that you need to know and abide by is to give other surfers space. This is for your own good and theirs. Down the road, especially at advanced spots, paddling out and sitting right in the pack, ready to catch the first good wave that comes through is considered bad form. Its kind of like cutting in line at Pinks Hotdogs on a Saturday night...not a good way to make friends.

How to Clean and Care for Your Wetsuit

Own a wetsuit that needs some good cleaning n’ love? Gotten a little crusty and funkdafried from all the sun and salt abuse? Our one-and-only Colin Simon shows you some proper wetsuit cleaning and care to help extend the life of your prized surf gear and get the most use out of it for many surf sessions to come (bonus ghetto tip at the end included...!).