The Joy of SUP - The Paddleboarding Sunshine Podcast

Evie Smith-Woolley - One Wave Sidmouth, Fluro Friday, Freedom and Tunnock Caramel Bars

June 25, 2021 Season 2 Episode 8
The Joy of SUP - The Paddleboarding Sunshine Podcast
Evie Smith-Woolley - One Wave Sidmouth, Fluro Friday, Freedom and Tunnock Caramel Bars
Show Notes

I am so thrilled to welcome Evie to the podcast today!

Evie is a mental health nurse from Devon and co tribe leader of OneWave Sidmouth where she combines her love of the sea and paddle boarding with her passion for making blue therapy accessible to all. 

She believes that everyone should have the chance to feel the benefits of the sea, talk openly about mental health and be part of a supportive community. 

@OneWaveisallittakes is a non-profit surf community raising awareness of mental health with a simple recipe: salt water, surfing and wearing fluro to make an invisible issue visible.

Started in 2013 by Grant Trebilco in Australia, OneWave has spread all over the world with around 200 groups now taking part. 

In 2019 Sidmouth joined the initiative and tribe leaders Evie and Charlotte now run frequent Fluro Friday sessions on the beach.  

With thanks to the incredible guys at @FatStickBoards and very generous donations, OneWave Sidmouth provides opportunities for people to experience Paddleboarding and other water based activities depending on the sea conditions.

With thanks to a previous guest Becky Dickinson for introducing Evie to me! You can listen to Becky's podcast episode here.

I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I do! I'd love to hear your thoughts and do follow Evie and Charlotte at One Wave Sidmouth.  

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Wishing you sunshine, thank you for listening, Jo x 

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