Every master was once a beginner. Every pro was once an amateur. - Robin Sharmin
If I had a dollar for every person that told me they lived vicariously through me, I’d be rich. Surfing isn’t only about getting barreled or hanging ten - in fact those are two things that’ll probably never happen in my life - but I'll never stop tryin’.
Surfing for me is more about conquering fear, connecting with mother ocean, being in the present moment, and rewriting your story - nothing says "oh sh*t, I'm alive!" like standing on a board, dancing with the ocean at Mother Nature’s mercy.
Being completely submerged in the ocean makes me forget all ties to society, adds a new layer of confidence and courage to my life every time; and that is something I want to share with anyone who is willing to try it! No experience necessary!
DOPAMINE!!! It’s the best drug I’ve ever had and I want to deal it to everyone in town!
Our lives are better physically, mentally and emotionally when we all have a healthy dose of it!
Self-discovery and self-love are two important tools to a healthy, happy, life. Exercising through moving meditation, or a solid endorphin rush, are some of the quickest ways to get you there.
I am a fortunate human. I have a roof over my head, clothes on my back, clean fresh water at my fingertips, and never go to bed hungry. To date, I am healthy enough to do all of the things I want in my life, I am lucky enough to live a life I love and am grateful for, which inspires me to share that any way I can, in any capacity.
For me the Serve part is a no brainer. We have enough to give, means to inspire and the self-awareness to know not everyone is as fortunate as we are, and so it is our duty to give back.
As we travel to other countries we will show our appreciation for hosting and allowing us to experience the land and cultures by participating in local opportunities by donating our time, resources, and efforts.
So whether we surf, sweat, or serve, we’ll be feeding the layers of our soul.