Events 'Paddling' from Home: CWC's Coaching Webinar Series

‘Paddling’ from Home: CWC’s Coaching Webinar Series


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If you’re bummed we’re not out kayaking like we should be, we feel your pain. Good thing is, there are ways to keep ‘paddling’ even from home.

California Watersport Collective launched a set of interactive webinars on topics designed to keep you in peak mental and physical shape for the highly anticipated season. The coaching series includes a panel of experienced professionals leading workshops that range from pre-trip planning, to yoga for kayaking. Most of the webinars include discussion and interactive opportunities, so you can ask questions and discuss topics in more depth.

Tonight, April 29th, Darcy Gaechter will be leading a Kayak Expedition Planning webinar where she’ll discuss planning everything from a 1-day trip, to a multi-week expedition in a remote corner of the earth. She’ll also discuss what it means to be a smart trip leader and ideas for maintaining good trip mindset and managing expectations.

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Best thing is, all of the webinars are only $5. Log in to the webinars at California Watersport Collective’s page.

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