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When I first started surfing waves in the mid 80’s, it was on a bodyboard with swimfins. In the late 70’s and early 80’s, I was living at Rocky Point, on Oahu’s infamous North Shore, working and putting myself through college and I had never surfed waves before, having grown up in Oregon and being […]

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My husband calls what I do (as the Director of NW Women’s Surf Camps) in creating the space and opportunity for women to learn, connect and excel in surfing my “big medicine”. He sees in me after every event the deep satisfaction, joy and passion I have for what I create and do. I feel […]

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For me, it’s always been all about the fit! When I started surfing in the mid 80’s along the North Coast of Oregon, there wasn’t a selection of women’s cold water wetsuits to choose from, in fact there was no cold water wetsuits for surfing being made for women. You could find thick dive suits […]

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My passion, since beginning NW Women’s Surf Camps in 2005, has always been about teaching women, of all ages, girls too, surfing. Knowing how it has personally transformed my life over the last nearly three decades, I wanted to share this transformative experience with women and girls here along the North Oregon Coast. I also […]

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When I started to surf on the North Coast of Oregon in the mid 80’s, it was late fall and my husband had just bought me a new wetsuit, parts, Mike Steward bodyboard and Churchill swim fins. Having only been back to Oregon for our second winter, from having lived seven years along the North […]

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So much of what I do when I coach and teach surfing, stand up paddling and mindfulness yoga is about being in the moment with my students; to hear, see and witness them, to carefully observe so I can see where to suggest, cue, or support them in realizing a wave caught, the balance of […]

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