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Corrina Gage

Clinic information


Hi all,

I will be coaching again in Singapore from Friday 13 October – Friday 20 October.


We’ll do a mix of off-water and on-water work to do a comprehensive analysis of your stroke. Then we’ll work on correcting the mechanics of your stroke relative to your paddling goals. You choose the focus for your session.

Bookings will be for 1.5 hours for V1 (rudderless) or OC1 (ruddered) and 3 hours for V6 crews. The crew clinic will be done in 2 sessions of 1.5 hours. These can be done consecutively or on different days.

Clinics will cost $120.00 for V1/OC1 and $100.00 per person for V6 crews.

If you are satisfied, I am satisfied. Therefore, if you are not satisfied with your improvement, I don’t charge you. Simple system!

To make a booking:

•    Check my availability via the Google Calendar link below
•    Choose "Add Corrina calendar"
•    Check availability between 13 October-20 October
•    Text me on WhatsApp +64 21 494 050 with the day and time you'd prefer
•    Do not input your booking

Corrina booking calendar link.

I'll reply within 24 hours. Please note that your booking won't be confirmed until I reply to your text and your booking shows in orange on the booking calendar. Any booking you input yourself will only be on your calendar, not the booking calendar.

I look forward to helping you achieve your paddling goals.

He waka eke noa (We work together towards a goal)

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More about Corrina

Paddler and coach extraordinaire

Corrina has been actively involved with the sport of Waka Ama in New Zealand since 1990, participating in the World Sprints hosted at Orakei Basin and never looking back. An accomplished athlete and outdoor pursuits enthusiast, Corrina quickly became immersed in the Waka Ama scene, both at home and around the globe, participating in and winning Molokai Na Wahine o ke Kai events, and national and world championships events. Corrina also became involved with the administration of the sport, firstly through the Te Waiariki Purea Trust and then the national body of Nga Kaihoe o Aotearoa in the 90’s and then again in 2008. Corrina is an accomplished coach and is renowned for her coaching skills globally. She has contributed to the sport’s legacy here in Aotearoa in many ways - as a paddler, coach, administrator and respected leader within our community. Her input into our coaching framework and modules has been invaluable, and her skills are sought after both here and internationally.

Corrina continues to compete at the highest level and sets the bar very high for all who would follow in her wake.

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