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 ...Read More
In the final instalment of our Four Pillars series, we explain our four levels of surfer - and why everyone can do with some coaching.
In the third installment of our Four Pillars series we share the stuff that inspires us – and ask, what is Soul Surfing? ...and in doing so kinda explain why we are called Soul & Surf.
In part two of our Four Pillars series we talk about Blue Health, how it relates to surfing – and how we at Soul & Surf incorporate Blue Health practices and techniques into our Soul of Surfing syllabus.
In this first of a four-part series, we explain what the heck Ocean Literacy is, why it matters – and how we apply it to both our company ethos and our lives as surfers.
You gotta love a good book. So we figured a quarterly compilation of the team’s favourite recent reads would be a useful addition to the Journal…
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.
Rana is a curator, writer, and filmmaker, who came to see us at Soul & Surf India. He created three beautiful & heartfelt shorts that perfectly captured the spirit of our team – and quite frankly made our collective hearts do some very ...
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.
Do holidays without books exist? We’re not sure. But we did figure a quarterly compilation of the team’s favourite recent reads might be a useful companion to your retreat planning…
Liberdade! Today marks the anniversary of the Carnation Revolution, the military coup that overthrew Salazar's Estado Novo regime, enabled democracy in Portugal, and freedom for its colonies.
Soul & Surf co-founder Ed Templeton reflects on returning to Sri Lanka for the first time since early 2020 and gives his first impressions of the two new Soul & Surf locations.
What makes a Soul Surfer? For us it is more than ripping, more than winning titles. It's something way less tangible, but here we are, trying to parse out what makes our favourite surfers, soulful.
We offer a guided ‘At Home’ subscription service, and focus our efforts on producing the very best content for it that we can. Here's why.
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.
In order to reach our own Sustainable-ish targets, one of the things we’ve done is partnered with Mossy Earth - read on for the interview.
Our Hayley has been knocking around Soul & Surf for a while, so we thought she'd be the best person to describe our Yoga offering, and why it means more to us than just something to tag onto the surf.
2020. It's been a tricksy old year, eh? Sourdough was invented, we learned a new term – 'furlough' (which I honestly thought was something to do with farming,) and all of us overused the word 'unprecedented.' What a time to be ...
This is the first list in a series of recommendations, on topics that inform us as individuals and as a company. Travel, adventure, nature, ocean, culture, soul, art, music, community. Today we talk our kind of surf movies.
Soul People - we talk to filmmaker Sim Warren, who created sweeping, dramatic 'The Edgeland' over here in Portugal.
In the final instalment of four articles for Soul & Surf, Sam Bleakley explores The Soul of Surfing alongside the stunning photography of Katie Rae.
In the third instalment of four articles, Sam Bleakley explores The Soul of Surfing alongside the stunning photography of Katie Rae.