We start by getting to know a little about you and finding out about any previous experience you may have, then you will learn the basics in kite flying such as site selection, wind direction, and safety procedures for both land and water. We will fly a small trainer kite or a small inflatable kite depending on the conditions. You will get plenty of hands on kite flying experience helping you to develop essential core kite flying skills.

Then in the water! We believe in getting in the water as soon as possible. With your instructor’s guidance you will practice body dragging, kite control in the water, self rescue technique, launching and landing your kite. Your instructor will be right there with you until you are ready to go solo.

 

After developing core kite skills, you and your instructor will decide if you are ready for the board. Everyone is different, so there’s no way to predict how well you will accomplish the skills needed with the kite before we add the board, but for your safety, we believe you should have pretty good control of that kite before we introduce the board. By the end of this class, most people are ready to move on to thenext step: getting up on the board and getting their first ride.

What Level will You Reach?

According to the International Kiteboarding Organization standards, (IKO – worldwide authority to train and certify kiteboarders and instructors) and our experience, these are approximate level you can expect to reach:

3 hours: Kite set up- trainer practice- kite piloting in water – body drags- and safety procedures = Discovery IKO Level 1 to 2.

6 hours: Kite control fully powered – board recovery in deep water, – self rescue procedures- and first water start = Intermediate IKO Level 2.

9 hours: waterstarting both directions – fully autonomous with kite and safety awareness = Intermediate IKO Level 2 and 3.

15 (zero to hero) hours: Consistent riding both directions and beginning to go upwind = Independent IKO Level 3.

private :

Private lessons are one on one, instructor to student. From the very beginning, the entire focus of the lesson is on you. Everyone has his or her own learning style and optimal pace; with a private lesson, your highly qualified instructor will tailor the lesson plan specifically with you in mind, allowing you to learn the

most in the shortest amount of time.

3 hours 150 $ .

6 hours 270 $ .

9 hours 370 $

15 hours (zero to hero ) 430 $

hourly  60 $ per hour for the fisrt 3 hours the each hour cost 50 $ .


semi private :

Our Semi-Private Lessons are designed for those who wish to learn to kite on a budget. Don‘t worry, there are never more than 2 students per instructor so both

receive the highest quality of professional teaching. Students are paired with another student of the same skill level to maximize progression.

“Ideal for aspiring kiters on a budget , semi-private lessons match you with another student of your skill level for good progression at a lower cost.

2 students maximum with one kite each.”

Note : The first piloting lesson is shared with one kite until you manage your kite alone.

In case of strong wind or High tide the Instructor may decide to take only one kite to share for Safety reasons and better lesson management .

3 hours 150 $ .

6 hours 270 $ .

9 hours 370 $

15 hours (zero to hero ) 430 $


group lessons :

Want to learn to kiteboard? Come with a friend or family member! Group Lessons are made for that! This is our safe yet most economic way to learn with a person of

your choosing, sharing the fun and adventure. Paired with our IKO instructor, you will make memories of a lifetime while living your dream.

class tailored for up to 4 students – 1 or 2 kites used depending on tides, wind condition and/or student(s) progress.

3 hours 150 $ .

6 hours 270 $ .

9 hours 370 $

15 hours (zero to hero ) 430 $