A new approach to wellbeing

Improving confidence

Celebrating Difference

Sharing the Stoke!

At the Wave Project, we help young people to reduce anxiety and improve confidence through surfing! Our award winning surf courses are proven to help clients feel calmer, more motivated and better about their future.



I felt like an actual surfer and I’m more confident about going into the water. I can now stand on a surf board, I can challenge those huge waves and I’ve made new friends that if I were at school I would be scare to face up to.
B.R., aged 16, Bournemouth, Dorset.


Katie Denning’s 22 Mile Swim!

Hi, my name’s Katie and I have decided to raise money for the Wave Project by swimming 22 miles over the next 3 weeks. That’s 1760 lengths in a 20m pool which is the longest I have ever swam! I am completing my swim in my local pool in Cumbria starting on... read more

Skye Brockhurst’s Hastings Half Marathon!

Hi, I’m absolutely mad and running the Hastings Half Marathon for the third time! This takes place on Sunday 22nd March and I have chosen to  raise money and awareness for the Wave Project. They are such a fantastic organisation who go miles out of their way to change... read more

NHS awards and funding on Isle of Wight

Wave Project Isle of Wight receives further funding following NHS awards The Wave Project on the Isle of Wight has received further funding after a successful pilot scheme which won two NHS awards. The project was brought to the Island last summer by local surf... read more


My son has been being bullied at school which has seriously affected his confidence. Taking part in the Wave Project and conquering his fear of falling off the board has really helped increase his confidence. Thank you.
Mrs J.B, Isle of Wight



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