A pioneer and visionary of Women’s Surfing, Prue Jeffries spent two decades travelling the world on the Association of Surfing Professionals World Championship Tour, now known as the WSL (World Surf League). Prue has paddled outrigger canoes in estuaries and open ocean long distance races such as the Na Wahine O Ke Kai, Molokai to Oahu. She blends both these backgrounds together with Stand Up Paddling, which she has been engaged in since its inception. She has taught surfing, SUP individually and in groups, and also volunteered helping children with special needs to surf in the early days of development. She is also a published writer, editorial consultant, founder of a women’s clothing company, brand ambassador, event producer, and filmmaker.
Being with the ocean, nature and the creative flow of life informs Prue deeply. She has spent many years as a practitioner and guide supporting people with self-awareness and embodiment. Prue blends experiential knowledge from her affinity with nature, water, and movement, an understanding of the body from her athletic career, training in somatic and body-centered approaches with extensive life experiences and personal contemplative practices in order to guide and support people for wholeness, well-being and unity. She is deeply passionate about
the transformative potential of nature, in particular water. Prue has lead retreats in places such as Mexico, Zion National Park, Utah, Mt. Shasta
Prue is a Continuum Teacher, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Teacher, Registered Somatic Movement Educator (RSME), Certified Massage Therapist (CMT), Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist (BCST), Registered Craniosacral Therapist (RCST®) and founder of the Flow Awareness® holistic awareness process. She brings deep presence expressed in a gentle and unassuming lightness that is informed by her extensive life experiences and devotion to personal contemplative practices in order to guide and support people in connecting to a greater sense of health.