Brian Surf Personal Trainer California Pacifica
My name is Brian Malaga and I am originally from Argentina. I have been living in the United States for over 6 years in the Bay Area, CA.
I have a big passion on surfing (the ocean is everything for me) along with knowledge of athletic surfing training and basics of nutrition.
I am committed to providing a better lifestyle to the community and enjoy helping people be happier and achieve their goals, especially those related to their body.
I worked at Airbnb as Surf Instructor where I provided thoughtful training to clients and supported their family members with friendly costumer service. I was also responsible on providing safety for clients in and out of the ocean. I have also worked as a Personal Trainer teaching individuals and group classes, with a focus on mobility, strengthening and balance.
I provided training to a wide variety of ethnics and people, as I am very social and I enjoy the differences among cultures and body types.
Secondly, we will enter the water starting from shallow to a little deeper depending on how comfortable you are in the water and begin to surf. That includes balancing on your board, paddling to catch a wave and the final pop up which is standing up on the board.
Other things to note
The guests should know how to swim. This is an outdoor ocean event please be advised to carry sunscreen, water and towels.
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Brian taught our team of 7 the surfing basics and got most of us standing on our boards by the end of the session! He helped each of us out individually multiple times throughout the 2 hours and we had such a great time learning from him! Will definitely be back for more lessons in the future.
Amazing time! Brian is an extremely good teacher- it was my first time surfing and I was able to stand by the end! 10/10 thanks again Brian see ya out there 🌊🤙🏼
My son (8) and I had a blast surfing with Brian. Looking at the other surfing groups which share 1 instructor for up to 10 surfers I'm glad we booked this experience instead of going through the more well-known surfing school in the area