ATTENTION: Sea Kayakers who want too feel more stable.
No need for hard techniques
The Inuit figured this out a long time ago. It's not about controlling your kayak.
In this Online Video Course
What emerges is you feeling stable...
I Know It Sounds Too Simple
It’s for you if:
But they're very new to most paddlers.
One of 2 areas.
The specific place your paddle needs to be for you to get support.
It’s like when you balance on one foot. You feel a little wobbly, but if you just place 1 finger on something solid, like the wall, all of a sudden you’re extremely stable. It’s not a matter of skill or special talent... Or practicing it for years. Having your paddle in the right place gives you that kind of easy stability.
The second thing is how to move your body naturally...
So you’re always in the most powerful, stable, and comfortable position.
If you don’t learn this, edging your kayak may feel hard or unstable.
When you move your body naturally there’s no forcing anything. It feels smooth and relaxed. And you feel in control. Now is a great time to explore the wild. To have life changing adventures with a few friends. Maybe you want to be in nature with the peace of mind that allows you to really feel like you belong there. And to enjoy your vacation. You may want to avoid a capsize instead of relying on getting back in your kayak. I get a lot of feedback that these skills are working for regular people. Not just expert paddlers.
Here's what you get in the course.
We will be exploring the subtle ways
to fine tune how to move your body to make edging smooth and easy.
Practice an exercise that will cause you to
instinctively place your paddle perfectly for optimal support. You will learn how to keep your pelvis unlocked so you can still use it to power everything you do with your kayak. And you will learn how to make a safe, and effective turn in the wind and waves. In a way that almost insures you won’t capsize.
We will practice relying on your paddle
to give you support. You may know how to move your body, and where to place your paddle for support. But you still need to have complete confidence that your paddle will give you enough support. After this week you will feel comfortable going past the point where your kayak is going over. And you will be confident that you can easily bring yourself back in balance with your paddle. But not by using your arms or any upper body strength to push down on the paddle.
We will continue to practice body position
and paddle position and really focus on mastering the blade angle. When you have this you can get support as you paddle, without slowing you down. And you have much more control with stopping a capsize in progress. At the end of the 4 lessons you are completely comfortable paddling and turning in waves.