In many years of coming to Israel I never seen anything like this. Extreme level of unhospitality, the school itself is a tiny room in bicycle repair shop (the man who greats you makes such face that you start thinking that he will spill into your face, doesn’t say hello, doesn’t say actually one word, just gives you a paper with school phone number). They don’t have normal suits (enough sizes, suites are probably 15 years old and bought on old Jaffa fleamarket), they don’t have any space, it is extreme level of anti hygiene - in the room of 2x2 m they have shower all in mold, suits, boards, dirt, chicken bones from yesterday’s dinner (or whatever), dishes, forks, strong smell of mold, and it all looks not just terrible but VERY shabby, dirty, unfriendly - and all in one room. I am sure it is easy to catch some skin disease there... and last but not least it is far away from the beach.. you will have to carry the board for about 10-15 min to arrive to the beach. Even the instructor (when I left) recommended another place which happened to be much and much better.