Kalani Ball, current U/16 NSW State Champion. This was his first wave in the final.
Stu Kennedy
Matt in a typical coaching session. Matt uses the video camera in every session as a basis for feedback on technique.
Pama Davies got 2nd in the Australia Titles, U/18, 2012. A man on the fly!
Jesse Horner, 2012 Sydney School boys champ
Kalani Ball
Billie Melinz
Rachel Campbell

Kyen Stuart

Kyen Stuart

Kyen is only in year 5. I have to remember that sometimes when I see him fall on an air reverse attempt, or when his little arms struggle against the sweep at Sandon Point on a big day. But little Kyen keeps his head down and keeps going! I haven't met many young kids with the tenacity or determination that he has. It almost borderlines on pure grit. This kid tries hard - and has an amazing chance of being something special. He already has a huge repitoire for such a young kid and is developing physicaly and mentally toards his dream. I just know he won't give up until he has it, which means in Kyen's case it isn't a matter of if he'll make it, it's a matter of when.





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Lives: Thiroul

Age: 11

Boardriders Club: Sandon POint

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Daily Disciplines

Knowledge needs to be accompanied with daily action and discipline to acheive long term health, happiness and high performance.

Here are some things to focus on... daily!

1. Meditate (meditation clears the mind of clutter, develops focus and awareness, as well as healing via a calming of the nervous system.

2. Contemplate: Take the time every day to contemplate the direction of your life and how you could move foward in a more harmonious way

3. Exericse: Move with awarness of correct posture and enjoyment, every day! 

4. Hydrate: Drink 0.03 times your body weight a day (in kg's) as a minimum to help the body process toxins and function at an optimum

5. Trust your feelings: Feel first, do second. This means you are not running on auto pilot devoid of feeling and awareness of what you are getting into.