The Energetics of Transformation w/ Kassia Meador
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California born and bred, Kassia Meador began surfing at age 14. By 17-years-old, Kassia was a sponsored pro-longboarder, traveling the world. Known for her graceful surf style, Kassia was crowned the "queen of noseriding" by the New York Times and in 2011 ranked 2nd on the WSL women's longboard tour.
Throughout her career as a competitive sponsored athlete, Kassia was actively involved in designing products under the umbrella of her sponsors. In 2013, Kassia left sponsored surfing to build a brand--that focused on quality instead of quantity, working towards more conscious solutions rather than contributing to the larger global issues. In 2015 she launched KASSIA+SURF, a brand for women by women with design rooted in authenticity gained through 23 years experience.
We are so stoked to be interviewing Kassia today as part of the Salty Club’s Move and Breathe with the Pro’s Program, where Kassia provides a crystal sound experience. You can find this at : https://watch.thesalty.club/move-breathe-with-the-pros-series
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