Surf Lesson and Adaptive Surf Morning Experience for the Media Community
It gives Surf Emporium great pleasure in hosting this unique opportunity, in collaboration with Adaptive Surfing South Africa and Adaptive Surfing World Champion, Ant Smyth. The experience is two fold and includes a surf lesson for a team of Media personalities, followed by the surf students becoming the volunteers as part of the team facilitating an adaptive surf lesson for individuals with disabilities.
What is Adaptive Surfing?
Adaptive Surfers experience various forms of disability, including but not limited to, paralyses, cerebral palsy, blindness, amputations etc. These are just some of the many physical challenges that they overcome to share the stoke of simply catching waves (and invariably trying to ride them better). Adaptive Surfing, as a sport, has been rapidly growing and we are dedicated to assisting with this growth both locally and nationally. At the last annual ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championships, over a hundred athletes from 25 different countries, took part in the competition. This year, South Africa will yet again have a team representing us at the championships held in California, USA.
Are you or do you know of someone in the media community that would like to get involved?
We are calling on YOU! We are appealing to any and all media personalities who would like to get involved and profile Adaptive Surfing so we can take it even bigger & better places! Calling all radio stations, DJs, celebrities, athletes, sportsmen, sportswomen, TV shows, TV show hosts, actors, singers, bloggers, vloggers, YouTubers, social media sensations, models and anyone else within the media community who would be keen to get involved! You will join a group of influential participants who will receive a complimentary private surf lesson, Vida e Caffe lunch and the opportunity to volunteer in an Adaptive Surf Lesson - where you will personally be involved in making someone's dream come true!
What is the day about?
Experience the joy of learning to surf!
Share the stoke and assist a person with disabilities to learn to surf
Better understand the challenges that Adaptive Surfers face
Share your personal experience via your media platform and social media as part of our awareness campaign
5. MEET & GREET
Meet our Adaptive Surfing National team representing South Africa at the 2018 Stance ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship taking place from December 12-16 in La Jolla. Including South African Team Captain and Gold Medalist - Anthony Smyth.
Assist in creating an awareness for Adaptive Surfing in South Africa and support our National Team to get to the World Championships
7. JOIN US
Join us in spreading the word about the benefits of Adaptive Surfing and offer even more people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in adaptive surfing
8. ENCOURAGE CORPORATE INVOLVEMENT
Help us spread the message to businesses that there is a fantastic way you can support adaptive surfing by hosting your next "Team Building or Year End Function" experience. This will benefit and raise funds for the national organizing body, Adaptive Surfing South Africa.