Stephi surfing the CityWave

TL;DR: I went to the CityWave with some of my buddies from my snowboarding club Union 4 Elements and it was fun!


What to do when you’re a landlocked surfer? Especially during times where travelling is difficult?

A non-surfer might not understand the feeling of missing the water. It may seem like a pure first-world issue, but to me, spending time in the water is healing. I am aware that this sounds kinda esoteric and if you know me at all, you know that I am not a spiritual person. Still, I can’t find other words to describe this sensation, this heart-felt feeling that usually also stays with me for weeks after a surfing trip. It’s strong.

Visiting a stationary wave is a chance to get back into surfing, be in the water, spend time with friends and work on your surfing skills. It’s not the same as surfing in the ocean, but it’s a start. A small glimpse of the feeling that surfing in the ocean gives me.

Roxy Girls Surf Workout by Golden Ride

Photo from a Yoga Class at the Roxy Girls Surf Workout

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the german all-female boardsports magazine Golden Ride is presenting a new series of girls surf workouts in partnership with Roxy.

the programme consists of a workout routine focussed on core-strengthening exercises and surf yoga sessions.
the sessions take place outdoors in various cities in germany and austria, starting on may 03 2016 and ending on july 07 2016.

guided by professional, certified personal trainers and yoga teachers, all participants will be able to better their fitness level and prepare for the next surftrip.
apart from the full programme, there will also be sunday sessions!

 

the cities where the Roxy Girls Surf Workout by Golden Ride will be available are Munich, Stuttgart, Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin and Vienna.

-> http://www.girlssurfworkout.com/
-> https://www.facebook.com/girlssurfworkout

 

Photo from a Roxy Girls Surf Workout Session Photo from a Yoga Class at the Roxy Girls Surf Workout