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.
Soul surfing, or surfing-as-a-way-of-life. That's the 'surf' in our Soul & Surf. And it's built on 7 principles - Soul Surfers, Soul Surfing Films, Surf Art, Surf-Related Music, Surf Literature, Soul Surfing Brands and of course Surf Activism.
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.
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've compiled our very own Surf Guide for the Algarve. South, West & Mid Coast (yes, that's a thing) - our favourite places to surf, wrapped up into a neat little guide. Just for you.
For the last part of this series we wanted to focus on the ocean spaces that surfers are connected to the most: the unique coastal ecosystems where surfable waves break.
In the third instalment of our World Ocean series, we delve into the wonderful world of biodiversity – the way that nature uses variety to maintain balance and help life on Earth thrive.
In part two of our World Ocean series, we look at ocean acidification – what it is, where it came from and why it’s so terrible for our planet.
In Conversation with Linzi Hawkin from Protect Blue to discuss Ocean Literacy and why it matters
This month of June, we’re getting into the spirit of World Ocean Day and raising awareness of some key issues affecting our global ocean, and potential solutions too.
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 ...
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.
Nat is Soul & Surf's Sustainability Consultant, a roving surf and yoga instructor, and an eXXpedition ambassador.
The 2020 World Oceans Day on 8th June is uniting conservation action to grow the global movement calling on world leaders to protect 30% of our blue planet by 2030.
It's tricky to stay surf-trip fit when you don't live near, well, surf. Rach talks us through a short sequence to build strength and stamina while you are away from the ocean.
In photos - We sent out our resident photographer Jamie on a kids club session, to capture some of the next generation in action.
Matty ~ "I couldn’t say no when the crew at Soul & Surf invited me to join them as a surf coach on their retreat to Chicama Peru. The world’s longest left is not only a heaven-sent wave with sections ...
The call hasn’t stopped, it has increased. After a couple of years coming back to Chicama I thought I was going to feel less ‘stoked’. As can sometimes happen with the places you already know, they begin to feel ...