Wellbeing Part 1 – Breathe

If I could offer anyone my one golden nugget of advice in life it would probably be to breathe.  Which, considering it something we have all got going on all day, every day, is possibly a little deflating.  But its something that, when we think about it, can totally chance a situation. So when people come to the Flow studio, worried they wont get their … Continue reading Wellbeing Part 1 – Breathe

A Chat with Chris Bond, SA Junior team coach

I met Chris a couple of years ago during a Ticket to Ride surf trip to one of my favourite city in the world, Cape Town in South Africa. Chris is a bit of a local legend around town and I thought I would catch up with him since he is now coaching the South African Junior team all the way to the ISA World Championship … Continue reading A Chat with Chris Bond, SA Junior team coach

Gnarly Tree: A brand shaped by ethics and nature

  When we see clothes we like, we generally worry first about our wallet. Should I treat myself with this? It’s a pretty cool [insert piece of clothing]. What should be our first thought is: “But who made my clothes, where are the resources coming from?” Realistically we don’t. We selfishly think about our bank account, turning a blind eye to the impact. Gnarly Tree … Continue reading Gnarly Tree: A brand shaped by ethics and nature

Surf Snowdonia, Wales

Love it or hate it? I tried Surf Snowdonia

  People seem to have a lot to say about mechanical waves. Whether it’s about the technology, the philosophy, the performance or whether they will surf Kelly’s one day, everyone is chipping in.  So I was quite curious about what the most average surfer (aka me) would do with some man-made water movement. My background is scuba diving, and to me, there is no good … Continue reading Love it or hate it? I tried Surf Snowdonia