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Try Something New . . .

Posted by Josh Askew on

Hello to all our blog post followers! We would like to thank you for being apart of our WaterFlow Paddling community and joining us with our chats. This month's blog post is all about trying something new. We all have the temptation of sticking with the same type of paddling. Whether it be whitewater, sea kayaking, canoeing, standup paddle boarding, slalom or surf ski, we suggest you to try something new. Through our life on the water we have diversified our paddling. Our Owner Josh began his life on the water on the ocean in a sea Kayak building knowledge of tides,...

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Staring Amy Whitaker in an @pinkwater.c production

Posted by Amy Whitaker on

PINK WATER – EAU VIVE AU FÉMININ – Posted by Amy Whitaker, a WaterFlow instructor Hello WaterFlow blog followers! For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Amy Whitaker and I am an instructor here at WaterFlow. Growing up in the UK, my love for kayaking started at 13 years old. Ever since then, my life has revolved around kayaking and canoeing in some capacity. I started instructing at 16 years old which set the stage for travelling to many different countries with my kayak. I currently reside in Squamish, BC where I juggle multiple jobs and career paths, including working...

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Festival Fever and Say Hi to Skye!

Posted by Josh Askew on

We are flowing into the full swing of the paddling season! It's time to hit up your local and national paddling festivals, races, events and competitions. Attending and supporting paddling festivals is one of the best parts of being apart of the paddling community. This allow us to meet new paddlers, reunite with old friends and develop future paddling opportunities through the paddling community. Here at WaterFlow Paddling, we encourage you attend paddling festivals to develop new relationships, showcase your talent, and support those in your community who want to keep the sport alive by hosting amazing paddling festivals. Here in BC,...

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Why learn what you need to? . . .

Posted by Josh Askew on

Welcome to the glorious spring. Here in the lower mainland, we are in full swing of our spring paddling season; scouting the old runs for any winter dangers and getting back into the flow of the rivers. We have dusted off our canoes and ventured out on the local and beautiful Buntzen Lake, which is truly an amazing place to learn the basics in either kayaking or canoeing. This last week we have proudly begun our courses in kayaking and canoeing with some one to one sessions and a beginner roll clinic. This has made us pose the question of why...

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2017 So Far . . .

Posted by Josh Askew on

Let us be the first to say Welcome to the 2017 Paddling Season. The weather is turning and we are all getting through our beginner pool sessions and getting onto the water! The story so farFirstly a huge WELCOME to our ever growing community of outdoor and adventure enthusiasts, it is a true privilege to have already shared some in the pool, in the inlet and on the river with our massive paddling community.We set up WaterFlow Paddling specifically for you, with one simple idea - to provide a diverse resource for every paddler from river to sea, whether you're and instructor or an...

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