Drupal Surfcamp Santa Cruz
After the great success of Drupal Surf Camp in Ericeira that happed this year just before Drupal Developer Days Lisbon.
We'll do it again, the second edition will take place from 20 to 23 October just on top of BADcamp California.
And we have found the perfect spot for you, Santa Cruz, CA.
Be the first to enjoy this in America
Experience the proven ultimate combination of Surfing in the morning, Lunch, Programming, Yoga, Dinner then some socials and repeat again next day.
Friday 19th October
11:45 Land in SF (floris)
- Collect car and drive to Santa Cruz
- 14:00 check in AriBnB
- gather around and meet each other
- Relax and cope with jet lags, stress in life.
Satuday 20th October
10:00 yoga / warmup on the beach.
- collect a bycicle from the other side of the street $25/day.
12:45 first surf lesson
- visit Boardwalk theme park open 15:00 - 18:00
- 18:00 - 22:00 Social Event: Glow (buy a ticket)
Sunday 21 October
11:00 Second surf lesson
- 14:30-16:00 visit Santa Cruz Surf Museum
- Afternoon Yoga
- Cocktail at the Jack o'Neil Lounge
Monday 22 October
11:00 Third surf lesson
- Afternoon Yoga
- Collaborative cooking and replenish energy.
Tuesday 23 October
- 10:00 Checkout AirBnB
- 11:00 Last surfing opportunity
- move to BADCamp
- 18:00 - 23:50 Drupal.Surf after event (TBD)
Learn with the best! Santa Cruz's original surf school since 1978.
The surf lessons include:
- 2-hour class
- No more than four students per instructor
- Great for just starting out or beginners
- This is our most popular lesson!
The starting times are in the programme, be sure to be on time at the Hook.
We've rented a surf mantion very close to he famous Boardwalk Beach.
1031 3rd Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Yoga and surfing go together like sand and saltwater. Both disciplines tap into a natural flow. Yoga gets you in touch with the rhythm of your breath and body, while surfing gets you in sync with the wave patterns and ocean tides. In yoga, you learn not to force any pose, but to find the depth of the pose in the moment. In surfing, you learn that you can’t force a wave or a set. Instead, you practice being fully in the moment and in tune with the current so you can catch a wave.
Who is doing this?
Floris van Geel