Sag Harbor, NY, August 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Paddling with Claudia has opened its doors in the Hamptons during the summer of 2012. Claudia Patino Tarlow is a certified paddle board instructor and is CPR certified. She is also in training for lifeguard certification and can take anyone out on the water for SUP, from someone as young as a toddler to an adult. In addition, she has a background in Marine Biology, so she is able to integrate learning and fun into all of her tours and lesson. They have a fresh take on paddle boarding in the Hamptons. Claudia has been adding snorkeling and marine biology to her tours and making her lessons fun for the whole family. She also offer a whole host of adult tours that are straight up workouts and just fun paddle SUP lessons where she goes out in Mecox or Scott Cameron Beach or from Havens Beach in Sag Harbor to Barcelona Neck. These tours offer either a great time or just an intense workout.
Claudia is an avid surfer, but what makes her truly unique is her background in Marine Biology and her Masters in Early Childhood Education. So she is able to cater to any age group and can also offer learning experience for children and adults. While she loves working with adults because it is just pure fun for her, working with kids is turning out to be a real niche for her in the Paddling community in the Hamptons. She works with the children at Hayground Camp of Bridgehampton, New York two to three times a week, all summer long and fills the rest of her week with paddle board/Sup lessons and East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue. She is a busy woman, loving what she does in the waters of the Hamptons, whether it is in the oceans of the Hamptons or the bays of East End of Long Island from Hampton Bays to Montauk. In addition to her certifications, she is also certified by the World Paddling Association.
To learn more about paddle boarding with Claudia, you can visit her facebook page at http://facebook.com/paddlingwithclaudia or go to http://paddlingwithclaudia.com or call (631) 599-3481.