We've compiled our very own Surf Guide for Kerala, put together after years of exploring and testing out surf spots. Hard job, but someone has to do it. Read on to find out the best places to surf on this ...Read More
At Soul & Surf we believe it’s high time for a surfing revolution. A Soul of Surfing revolution that we’ll be rolling out throughout 2021.
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.
If you sell stuff you have to have a community, don’t you? We tell you how to build a community, the Soul & Surf way.
Founder Ed Templeton talks about the last decade – yes, decade – of Soul & Surf, the challenges, the incredible experiences, and why it's still so important to carry on.
The year began with all manner of smug, pithy ‘2020 vision’ articles, comments and posts. Who’d have thunk what would happen next?
Soul People: I’m Rachelle Lincoln. I am an American Australian born in San Diego, California, later moving to Hawaii and then migrating to Australia where I now live in Noosa, Queensland permanently.
In photos - We sent out our resident photographer Jamie on a kids club session, to capture some of the next generation in action.
We're really excited to have Becca Spooner popping up with us for the month of January.
In late November 2009, Sofie & I first came to Varkala, Kerala. A couple of months before we had left home, our jobs and business to spend the best part of a year surfing the world.
Earlier this year, Kerala was hit with the worst flooding the state has seen in almost a century.
We know how lucky we are to work with such talented photographers at our homes around the world. Today on Soul People we interview Jamie Mitchell, resident snapper in Kerala.
We've compiled a short series of short, practical yoga videos - demonstrating practical tips and exercises you can try out at home to bring a moment's post-holiday calm...