Originally from the North of Morocco, Morad grew up surfing the local spots in his hometown of Mehdia. After several years working there as a beach lifeguard and surf instructor, he came to Tamraght to work at a local surf school and never left.
Sophie first came to Morocco in 2010, to to experience the area of Taghazout and it's world famous surf. After a week's stay, she was destined to return and did so over the coming years. She left Wales in 2012 to live in the South of France, but her itchy feet and memories of Morocco eventually lead her back, with no plan - just a one way ticket.
Meet Sophie - your retreat organiser.
Sophie helps organise your entire stay before you arrive in Morocco, answering all your emails and enquiries.
Whatever you're looking to experience, Sophie will make your time in Morocco personalised, relaxing and stress-free!
Her local knowledge & language skills (English, French and Moroccan Arabic) combined with her love for surf, yoga and travel will ensure a memorable trip and a truly authentic experience of Morocco.
Meet Morad - your personal surf guide.
Morad is our head surf instructor and surf school manager. He is ISA Level 1 qualified and loves nothing more than sharing his passion for surfing and the ocean.
He speaks English, German, French and his native language of Moroccan Arabic. With his patient and friendly approach, he creates a fun and inspiring atmosphere, giving you all the help and encouragement that you need to learn and progress.
Meet Fatima - our in-house chef who makes all your yummy meals during your stay with us.
She has a wealth of experience in the kitchen and makes a variety of Moroccan dishes for you to try. Friendly and welcoming, we love her infectious smile, her Moroccan hospitality and her delicious homemade food.
Originally from Tamraght, she's a pro-haggler and loves showing our guests the local souks.
You can now learn to cook with Fatima with our NEW Moroccan Cooking Experience!
Meet Sarah - your Yoga teacher & Yamuna Body Rolling Instructor.
Sarah first began practicing yoga in 2004 and has been teaching since 2010. Her classes are a mixture of traditions (Anusara yoga, Vinyasa yoga, Restorative yoga), with a deep respect for the therapeutic benefits of yoga on the body, mind and heart.
Sarah’s classes are both challenging and fun and she encourages students of all levels to go beyond what they think is possible, while at the same time bringing a sense of light-heartedness and balance to the practice.