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"Beginnings of a Sea Roll" - Roll Clinic

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"Beginnings of a Sea Roll"

So you have decided that flipping and swimming is not for you. That's where we come in. We will give you the principles behind rolling your boat and develop your skills towards a bomb proof roll. Rolling is one of the key stages in kayaking which increases confidence and develops your mind to find the flow when in your boat. In a sea kayak, rolling can give you an edge on a long trip saving vital energy and time.

Rolling a kayak can be nerve racking. To progress and be safe in paddlesports the roll is essential and will give you the confidence required to take the next step.

This concentrated course will set the fundamental skills required for a bomber combat roll that you will need on the river, in the sea or around the beautiful lakes of Canada. If you’ve just started paddling and want an introduction to rolling, or you’ve tried to roll and need some structured learning then the "beginnings of a roll" course is definitely for you.

A low student to instructor ratio ensures that whatever your skill level, you will get personalized attention in this clinic. You will also benefit from receiving different instructional styles that may clear up a confusing aspect of the rolling process.


DETAILS:

Duration: 3 hours of flat water time (1 hour, one night per week lasting for 3 weeks).
Location: Flat Water (Buntzen Lake, Belcarra)
Equipment: All kayak related equipment is provided. (A nose plug and goggles are strongly recommended unless you enjoy the swift current of water adventerously dancing through your nasal passages.) Lake Environment: You will need to invest in proper kayaking clothing including a wetsuit, drytop or outer layer, and footwear (river shoes, neoprene booties, old runners). All other kayak related equipment is provided (kayak, paddle, PFD, helmet and spray skirt)

Registration: Please contact the Course Director at courses@waterflow.ca if you have any questions regarding registration. (Note: priority will be given on a first-come first-served basis.)

Next Course(s): Choose date in drop down menu

PREREQUISITES:

  • Able to Swim in normal paddling clothing.
  • Basics Course or equivalent training.


If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact our Course Director courses@waterflow.ca

PLEASE NOTE THIS COURSE HAS A MINUMUM PARTICIPANT REQUIREMENT. YOU WILL BE INFORMED TO ANY COURSE CHANGES OR CANCELATIONS. Thank you in advance for your co-operation.


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