Philippine Surfing Academy’s WAHINE Surf Camp

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Philippine Surfing Academy’s WAHINE Surf Camp

Speaking of confidence and stoke, last week from July 29 to August 1 saw a successful surf camp held by the Philippine Surfing Academy at the famed wave pools of Club Manila East in Taytay, Rizal. And this event is twice as fun and exciting as any could be, for this was... an ALL-WAHINE surf camp!

Surf camps provide the best ways to learn surfing. Here you will undergo training programs that will really help you learn and understand the fundamentals. By committing yourself to it and allowing yourself to undergo the physical demands, well, one can only emerge skilled, confident and best of all — stoked!

Speaking of confidence and stoke, last week from July 29 to August 1 saw a successful surf camp held by the Philippine Surfing Academy at the famed wave pools of Club Manila East in Taytay, Rizal. And this event is twice as fun and exciting as any could be, for this was… an ALL-WAHINE surf camp! Oh yeah. An all girls surf camp and competition! Enough said. Let’s take a look at the gallery for a peek at the competition. Head’s up, these girls ain’t messing around, they kick ass!



this is the day


the participants


these instructors a great surfers


with a tv crew filming, this must’ve been nerve wrecking


not to mention the judges  too. hey there’s beer 🙂

ACTION TIME!


ladies start your engines.


nice




yes!



break time. w/ beer 🙂

MORE ACTION


great stance. and legs.



keeping it low


they like it



this girl. this is the girl.


someday she will conduct her own surf camp



ok. we have a winner! and beer.


the wahines of win


first place is Joko Magalong who wins a 6’8 Surf Betty Surfboard


a round of applause for everyone!

Congratulations to all the winners and participants and may God bless all the wahines in the world. We sure need more of them. The Philippine Surfing Academy did a great job conducting this surf camp and may they have more events like these. So ladies  grab your girlfriends and put on some bikinis. Oh yeah. This is the time to surf and the time to enjoy life. In a pool or in the beach, doesn’t really matter where as long as you’re having fun.

*Lorraine Lapus is the marketing and sales director for the PSA. Add her on Facebook for more info and pictures of the event. Visit the Philippine Surfing Academy’s Facebook page for surf lessons, trips and events. Also check out the website for Club Manila East. Alright, you can go surfing now 🙂

2 Comments

  1. mahyie says:

    how do i register? and the price of the camp..is it affordable? thanks! im interested in joining 🙂

  2. lokalsoul says:

    @Mahiye hey! i’m sure the Wahine camp fee is very reasonable. check out their Facebook page and drop a message on their wall, they’ll be quick to reply 🙂

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Philippine-Surfing-Academy/164229641320?ref=ts

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