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Learn to windsurf near you through Airtasker! Save yourself the trouble of asking family and friends for recommended trainers or searching online for local windsurfing schools. Our platform makes it easy to find highly-rated windsurfing instructors who can teach you basic concepts and advanced techniques.

With just one post, we can connect you to nearby Taskers with ample experience in windsurfing. You’ll get to learn all the skills needed for the sport in a safe and comfortable environment. Taskers can adapt the lessons to your skill level and goals and guide you every step of the way!

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Top Windsurfing Lessons related questions

Risks do come with windsurfing, but the same thing is true with any other sport or physical activity. To minimise accidents or injuries, we highly recommend getting a skilled windsurfing instructor to guide and watch over you. On top of that, you need to follow safety tips and precautions, wear the prescribed gear, and use the correct equipment for your skill level and the wind conditions.

It depends on how fast you absorb the lessons. Generally, total beginners take 12 to 14 hours of lessons to learn the basics of windsurfing. Depending on your current skills, you may need more or less than that. Your Tasker can inform you when you are ready to surf all by yourself, but still with them watching over you for your safety.

While it’s possible to learn the theories behind windsurfing, you need an expert windsurfing instructor to teach you how to do it. Windsurfing is considered an extreme sport, making it a high-risk activity. When done wrong, it can lead to severe consequences. But when you have your Tasker by your side, you can learn to windsurf a safe and secure environment.

Children as young as seven years old can learn to windsurf with proper guidance from a skilled windsurfing instructor. Seniors aged 70 years old can also try out this exciting watersport! As long as you are capable and you have the right attitude, you can get acquainted with windsurfing and eventually get the knack of it.

You may want to provide your own wetsuit, rashguard, and water shoes for your windsurfing lessons. Your Tasker can provide other equipment such as an impact vest, helmet, harness, and surfing board. If you want to get serious with the sport, you may want to invest in your own windsurfing gear. You can ask for your Tasker’s opinions on where to get the best equipment.

You can either pay for your windsurfing lessons via cash or Airtasker Pay if you prefer cashless transactions. Discuss this detail with your Tasker before jumping into your windsurfing lessons. Besides that, it would be best to talk about how often you want to pay for their service, whether it’s every after session, every week, or every month.

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What do windsurfing lessons include?

Windsurfing lessons involve grasping everything to learn about the sport, starting from the basics to more advanced techniques. Your instructor can hold lessons at the beach nearest you or one you prefer. Keep in mind that before jumping into windsurfing, knowing how to swim is essential. You may also book swimming lessons via our platform and have someone teach you how to be more comfortable in the water. To give you a better idea of what to expect when booking windsurfing lessons near you, here are more details:

Windsurfing lessons for kids

Keep your child active and engaged by enrolling them in a windsurfing course! Instructors can ensure that your child takes their first steps on the board in a safe environment using only kid-friendly equipment. They may start the windsurfing course by teaching them basic windsurf theory and wind recognition before introducing them to the equipment and its proper use. Your child may learn beginner techniques on rigging and de-rigging, steering, getting on the board, pulling up the sail and stopping, and getting windward. 

Windsurfing lessons for beginners

If you’ve always been interested in windsurfing, now is the time to try! Adults may take a beginner course with no prior windsurfing experience required. Your instructor will first teach you theoretical knowledge about the wind, equipment, and safety rules, and then after a few dry-runs, you may learn how to cruise without losing ground. By teaching you techniques on the start position, upwind sailing, tacking, and beach starting, you’ll be able to safely glide on the water in no time!

Like any sport, you need to be in good shape when learning windsurfing. You can also hire a personal trainer on Airtasker to guide you through the proper exercises and improve your core strength.

Advanced windsurfing lessons

For those planning to progress and further improve their windsurfing skills, taking advanced windsurfing lessons is a perfect choice! Your instructor can first assess your skills, so they can specifically tailor the lessons to your needs and goals. You get to refine your beginner and intermediate windsurfing skills as well as learn advanced techniques on jibe (fast downwind turn), sail rigging and de-rigging, using harness and foot straps, using smaller boards, and reaching planning speeds.

If you’re planning to take up competitive windsurfing, how about getting a sports coach to help you out? With private coaching, they can evaluate your current training routine and find areas of improvement.

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