Santa Barbara CA SKATEBOARD LESSONS!

SANTA BARBARA CA SKATE INSTRUCTORS

PJ H. from Goleta, California!

Hello, My name is P.J. and I live in Portland Oregon. I’ve been Skateboarding for 20+ years and have taught many people the basics of Skateboarding. I began Skateboarding in Germany and love the community as much as the feeling of landing a trick for the first time. I Look forward to working with you.

Hayden S. from Goleta, California!

Hello! Hayden has skated nearly his whole life and has had tons of experience being taught as well as teaching others and working with children. Hayden was once eager to enter the world of skating and enrolled in skate camp for two summers when he first started out at his local skatepark at around seven years old. This camp really inspired him to pursue the sport of skateboarding as it taught him everything he needed to know to get comfortable skating on his own. Now that Hayden is older, he wants to return the favor and teach kids the skills they need to begin their journey in skateboarding. Hayden is an intermediate to the advanced skater who is willing and capable to teach young skaters everything that he has learned and more! Safety is the top priority along with the happiness of his clients. Hayden is confident that his clients will walk away from each lesson feeling much more confident in their ability to skate, having learned at least two new tricks each lesson.

Skater’s Point Skateboarding School Since 2009.

 

Santa Barbara California skateboard lessons

What will you learn?

  • Safety Techniques
  • Proper Foot position
  • How to Ride and Push
  • How to Turn
  • How to Stay Steady Going Down Hills 
  • How to do Tricks

Who we Serve:

  • Ages: 4 through 104
  • Ability: Beginner through Competition-Style Advanced.

How to Start:

  • Equipment: We recommend a board and a full set of safety gear. This includes: a helmet, elbow pads, knee pads, and wrist guards. Rental equipment is available.
  • Location: We can do lessons in your driveway, in your garage, or at the Santa Barbara skate park.

Skater’s Point in Santa Barbara, CA Perfect for Skateboarding Lessons

Skater’s Point, Santa Barbara’s only skate park, is located near a beach! This 14,600 square feet outdoor skate park enforces strict safety measures, therefore, you have to bring with you your pads and helmet if you want to do that flip and slide. It is a public skate park so you do not need to pay a single cent if you want to skate. It is also open from 8:00 AM to half hour after sunset as they do not have any lights to illuminate the area at night. It has smoothly done concrete with obstacles such as half pipes, fun boxes, rails and so on.

Perfect location for skateboarding lessons in Santa Barbara, GoSkate.com’s professional tutors surely love the ambiance Skater’s Point provides. If you are not comfortable in the location, we also offer skateboarding lessons on driveways at no extra charge!

Santa Barbara CA Skateboard Lessons

Santa Barbara California skateboard lessons
GOSKATE is aiming to provide assistance to skateboarding enthusiasts residing in Santa Barbara, California. We believe that proper skateboarding lessons will lead to a much enjoyable experience, eliminating chances of accidents. We want to increase the number of skateboarders in Santa Barbara, therefore, we only offer reasonably priced skateboarding lessons.

Try out our 7 to 14-day skateboarding lessons in Santa Barbara, CA. Learn the basics and once you are equipped with adequate knowledge, we will move forward on the amazing skateboarding tricks such as Ollie, Aerial, Flip and many many more.

Here’s a wonderful video tutorial from our very own tutor Rob so you may be able to see how we do our skateboarding lessons in Santa Barbara!

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Meet Rob — Your Personal Helper/Instructor for Skateboard Lessons

Rob is a competitive, sponsored skateboarder. He has been teaching for nine years, has taught hundreds of lessons, and is ready to help YOU!

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