Owner/Founder - Chix Surf School
Hi, my name is Gee Cormack founder/ owner & head coach here at Chix Surf School and can I just say a quick Thank You for checking out the site!
As we are a school that works very closely with our clients getting them to their dream surfing ability through teaching them to understand fear, breaking down technique and empowering through progression it is important to get to know our coaches and how we fell in love with surfing and helping other women surf.
Coach specialising in Beg / Int Surfing
Hi Everyone! My name is Millie and I am a Chix Surf School Coach specialising in Beginner/Intermediate surfing.
I started surfing when I was 13 years old (I am 28 now) in a little town in Argentina. One day my brothers started shaping surfboards and opened a surf school, where I began teaching. After coaching for a couple of years, I came to the realisation that I love to see people smiling, feeling challenged but having heaps of fun, connecting with nature and following the dream of riding eternal waves.
Hello everyone! my name is Erica, I was born and raised in an Argentine coastal city called Miramar.
I love surfing and contact with the sea. It is the place where I spend most of my time and I would not change it for anything! It brings out the best in me, in the Ocean I am happy. Surfing my longboard is like dancing on the waves! I love working with a group of women, inspiring them to surf, breaking the fear and above all having fun. Creating a positive, warm and friendly environment: a very feminine unique characteristic.
Hi everyone! My name is Emily, and I am a coach at Chix Surf School specialising in beginner surfing and beginner On Land training coaching.
I was introduced to the ocean as a kid growing up around the beaches, and participating in nippers. I absolutely loved surfing and playing around with my brothers in the ocean, from when I was a toddler to now. It is, and has always been, a place that calms and grounds me, as well as challenges me, but it never fails to put a smile on my face.