Wednesday, October 30, 2013

something different

 As it was half term, the Youth Scholarship training this week moved to Monday afternoon, giving us more time to work on physical development in an adventurous environment...
...elements of the session challenged mental toughness as well as the underlying theme of teamwork.
Gorge Scrambling is a different experience for every individual...

Fern's 11th Bday Party - Coasteering 

For Fern's Coasteering birthday party we were asked for something a little different...

We selected (with the advantage of local knowledge) of our less known about (but terrifically engaging) routes, totally sheltered from the strong Westerly wind, enjoying the mild sea temperature and blue skies. (true unaltered images : )
 Ideal rock type for moving about and getting used to a different environment...
Clear easy steps into the water, flat calm conditions and a lively bunch of girls!
(and a couple of lads as well : )
All rounded off by a brilliant sunset and a brisk trot back to the car park!
Already looking forward to next time! : )

 Discover Sea Kayaking - Indoor course

 Back to base after the Coasteering, passing Sam as he headed off to set up for Fundamental Movement Patterns at Patrick Hall. Next week's class is 6pm on Tuesday.
Sorry that me an Kim had to wash kit and prepare for the Indoor Pool session, so we missed your class...
 With typically 1:1 or 1:2 ratio on our Discover Sea Kayaking Indoor course at Western Swimming Pool, the learning atmosphere and individualised coaching are very apparent.
 And there is always time for some increased fun and excitement at the end!
The next Indoor course begins November 26th - with two price options. A couple of places are available at present. Having swapped the entire Indoor fleet over to white water spec kayaks, we have pushed the standard and comfort of our training courses even higher.

I was also asked about kids kayak pool parties (which we run on request) with a maximum group of 9.
Contact us for more details.

 It's going to be a great winter for learning to kayak : )
See you soon
Keirron & the Team

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