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Soul People | Lucy Small

We chat with Australian surfer and equal rights activist Lucy Small, about Soul, Surfing and her short film, Yama, that follows her as she travels to Ghana to meet with a group of pioneering female surfers and skaters.

Celebrating the Cove Surf Jam — in conversation with Sam Bleakley

We put on our first ever Cove Surf Jam over at Soul & Surf Sri Lanka, a low-key, inclusive celebration of alternative craft, soul surfing and community. Ed chats with our good friend Sam Bleakley, who helped us out with advising, ...

Soul People – Dan Burgess

We love chatting with our guests, especially when we realise that they do, well, really cool stuff. Meet Dan Burgess: storyteller, podcaster and un-learning guide determined to shift our narrative about nature and the world we are part of.

Embracing Independence: The Beauty and Benefits of Solo Travel

All aboard the solo travel train: turn left without a committee meeting, eat, surf, move at your own pace, and stumble upon unexpected adventures – all on your terms.

Soul People – Nick Hounsfield

Founder of The Wave, Nick's passion for surfing inspired him to create a unique experience in a landlocked city, challenging traditional notions of wave-riding. Through his vision and dedication, he has bought together the local surf community and provided the ...

Living A Life Less Ordinary

A life less ordinary. Aren't so many of us secretly dreaming of this? And given it's one of the fundamental reasons Soul & Surf was started we thought we'd get founder, Ed to share his tips.

Soul People – Josh Dickson

Soul People: Josh is the founder of Resurface, who create evidence-based surf therapy retreats. They provide connection, build resilience and flow, creativity and self-care – through mindfulness, group therapy, psycho-education – plus sharing the simple, immersive joy of the ocean.

Be Good, Do Good – the Soul & Surf Manifesto

We have tried to capture in words everything that Soul & Surf is really about. It looked a bit like a manifesto – so here is our manifesto for you.