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Saluting Surf Sisters

Why We Should Play on Earth Day

by Bev Sanders

Every day the ocean gives us an invitation to dance. Glistening sunshine on the water, crashing waves, the scent of the sea, the taste of salt– it’s her offer of solace atop a shimmering underwater world and the thrill of gliding across a glassy wave. How do you reconnect to the living Earth around you? Do [...]

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Learn to Surf Without Fear

by Morag Sewell

Forward by Bev Sanders Meet Morag Sewell, Head Surf Instructor at Las Olas Surf safaris for women. A born leader, Morag’s quiet strength is evident upon first meeting her. I’ve watched Morag introduce many anxious guests to the ocean, always patient and focused, always coaching with ease. Over a decade of training and on-the-job experience are her [...]

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Stepping Out of Her Comfort Zone and Diving Into Growth

by Alison Turner

This creative woman took a giant step after learning to surf at Las Olas surf safaris for women. She quit her corporate job to pursue her passion as a photographer and storyteller on-the-go.  She’s currently looking for good homes for her old business suits- she and her dog Max live in a tent which is a little [...]

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How Surfing Changed My Life

by Bev Sanders

If I was told that I would redirect my entire life because of a single experience, I would have ignored the idea. I had heard of this happening to other people, but I never thought much about it or connected the phenomenon to my world. I’ve always felt these types of experiences either inspired someone [...]

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