Rolling on Anglesey, no sun necessary

We’ve encountered all kinds of weather and all kinds of temperatures during our rolling classes. There’s no denying that a warm tropical beach can be a little more “comfortable” than cold wind and icy water, but what’s the fun in that?

Are kayaks really necessary?

Are kayaks really necessary?

Last weekend several brave souls came out to join Mark and I to experience the cold fingers, ice-cream headaches and crazy fun that only a winter weather rolling class can bring about. We spent the morning working on first rolls, cleaning up existing rolls and a tossed in a couple of new rolls for good measure.

Learning a Balance Brace.

Learning a Balance Brace.

Thanks to those who came out!

A happy roller.

A happy roller.

Mark and I will be running more classes on Anglesey on March 23 and 24. We’ve also got a Greenland Presentation coming up on March 23. For more information on the classes, click here. For more information on the presentation, click here.

Learning a Storm Roll.

Learning a Storm Roll.

Until then we’re working from sunrise to sunset with Bryant Burkhardt on our new DVD. More on that in the next blog… Until then, happy paddling!

Success.

Success.

 

One Response to “Rolling on Anglesey, no sun necessary”

  • Jonathan says:

    How long are you in Anglesey? I took my maiden voyage out on an inland lake last weekend but if I had stumbled across this earlier I would have headed down to Anglesey as I’m only 2 hours away. You have a great site here. Greenland rolls certainly seem like the way forward when compared against to other more recent styles of rolling. I will watch this blog with interest.

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