Soul People: Josh is the founder of Resurface, who create evidence-based surf therapy retreats. They provide connection, build resilience and flow, creativity and self-care – through mindfulness, group therapy, psycho-education – plus sharing the simple, immersive joy of the ocean.
Liberdade! Today marks the anniversary of the Carnation Revolution, the military coup that overthrew Salazar's Estado Novo regime, enabled democracy in Portugal, and freedom for its colonies.
What makes a Soul Surfer? For us it is more than ripping, more than winning titles. It's something way less tangible, but here we are, trying to parse out what makes our favourite surfers, soulful.
We have tried to capture in words everything that Soul & Surf is really about. It looked a bit like a manifesto – so here is our manifesto for you.
This piece was written by our good friends at Salty Swamis, and kindly reproduced here for your pleasure – A Surf History of Sri Lanka…
Founder Ed Templeton talks about the last decade – yes, decade – of Soul & Surf, the challenges, the incredible experiences, and why it's still so important to carry on.
Soul People: Pip is the founder of Now Studio, a gorgeous yoga and photography space in Bristol that celebrates community, expression and sustainability, as well as having some bloody good teachers. If you ever get a chance to do one ...
2020. It's been a tricksy old year, eh? Sourdough was invented, we learned a new term – 'furlough' (which I honestly thought was something to do with farming,) and all of us overused the word 'unprecedented.' What a time to be ...
Georgie is the Director + Founder of Wanderlust Life Jewellery - a wonderful small business with its roots in North Devon, making understated, minimal jewellery inspired by travel, adventure and the ocean.
Matty ~ "I couldn’t say no when the crew at Soul & Surf invited me to join them as a surf coach on their retreat to Chicama Peru. The world’s longest left is not only a heaven-sent wave with sections ...
In late November 2009, Sofie & I first came to Varkala, Kerala. A couple of months before we had left home, our jobs and business to spend the best part of a year surfing the world.
We know how lucky we are to work with such talented photographers at our homes around the world. Today on Soul People we interview Jamie Mitchell, resident snapper in Kerala.
The call hasn’t stopped, it has increased. After a couple of years coming back to Chicama I thought I was going to feel less ‘stoked’. As can sometimes happen with the places you already know, they begin to feel ...
Soul People: The first time we met Mike - the photographer behind Pura Vida Cornwall - he took some seriously beautiful shots of our home and surrounding neighbourhood in Sri Lanka.
And why we are going back this October. This place has properly stolen our hearts, so Rach thought she'd write a few words about the trip, the island, the surf and the people.
Soul People. We talk to Tammy Mittell about the relationship between yoga and surfing.
Soul People: I’m Rachelle Lincoln. I am an American Australian born in San Diego, California, later moving to Hawaii and then migrating to Australia where I now live in Noosa, Queensland permanently.
We're really excited to have Becca Spooner popping up with us for the month of January.
Soul People - On our most recent trip to Portugal, we brought our friend - and incredibly talented photographer - Katie Rae along with us. We talk about her experience, and why it is so special here.
Praise...we're not always that good at receiving it. It makes us blush. Silly really, because sharing our love for surf, yoga, good food and good company - it's why we do what we do. So why wouldn't we want ...