Kayak School
Rolling / Support - RiverStrokes
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kayak rolling

Kayak Rolling - Pool Course
Course Fee 80 per person.
Location River Camp
Duration 9.30pm - 4.30pm
- 2hrs Pool Time
Maximum Places 4 Available


Rolling a kayak improves your confidence.

The kayak roll is one of the more tricky maneuvers to master, and may take regular training sessions. Rolling will become a very important part to advancing your kayaking skills. We understand paddlers fears or concerns and have a patient style to improving your skills.

This course is great for improving your confidence and support strokes highlighting a stable paddling position. The rolling technique can be a big leap in your learning, it is important you understand the actions required for a good effective roll, without putting strain on your body.

We do not say you will roll on the day, as all paddlers learn at their own pace. Breaking the kayak roll down into small sessions we use a simple method of teaching the roll and will tailor the training to suit your ability. This rolling course is great to improve your confidence upside down in a kayak and understand how to paddle more balanced and support yourself effectively.

Course Content

white water introduction Confidence
Dynamic Brace
Body Movements
Finish Position
Rolling Mistakes

You Need to Bring

white water introduction Suitable base layer
white water introduction Nose Plug
Full Kayaking Gear
Towel

"Its a memorable feeling rolling a kayak for the first time " - Dan
lowbrace


canoe Meeting - 9.30am - Breifing

Meeting at the river camp. The morning session is all about learning theroy and steps behind the roll and support strokes. Looking at the Dynamic low brace, practice routines and application.. Understanding stability is the first steps to learning a good roll and helping your kayaking confidence

Pool Session - Rolling / Practice
In the afternoon we travel to the indoor pool. Working on 3 main stages and getting the right parts of the body working to roll the kayak. We use video feedback in the pool to help you fault find your roll
The rolling process takes time to undersatand and complete. We will discuss your next steps and outline your progression.
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