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Getting Started with PaddleBoard Yoga Video that will teach you the basics of Paddleboard Yoga.
Video Getting Started with PaddleBoard Yoga
In this Paddleboard Video, the instructor talks about what paddleboard equipment you will need for her classes.
Explaining what equipment you will need and the reason for it, will let you know more about paddleboarding that could be helpful.
We have added the transcript of the video below in case you would like to read it.
Some parts of the video are hard to hear, so the transcript may be helpful.
Getting Started with PaddleBoard Transcript
00:18 – SUP yoga is exploding in popularity because anyone can do it it’s challenging and it takes complete focus.
So when you get that combination of stand up, paddling, yoga, water, nature, all that rolled into one, it’s a beautiful experience.
The other cool thing about yoga is the moment you step on your
paddleboard there’s underlying muscles that aren’t really used on a stable ground that kick in immediately with the unstable surface of the paddleboard
So it’s a total body workout from head to toe.
I’ve had so many people come out for the first time that has never experienced stand-up paddling or ever been to a yoga class, so it reaches a really wide audience.
They feel very stable they have a great time as long as you can swim and feel comfortable around water you can come out and enjoy SUP Yoga.
For experienced Yogi’s it brings you back to the beginning of your
practice it gives you fresh eyes a whole new platform to play on. – 01:14
Starting SUP Yoga
01:15 – So how you get started in SUP yoga is find an instructor a certified instructor in your area and take a group or a private class.
If that’s not available to you and you feel comfortable on a board already then check out all of our SUP Yoga Videos on StandUpPaddlingTV.
A great one to start with is the beginner’s practice. – 01:32
What Paddleboard Gear Would You Need?
01:33 – So let’s take a look at the gear and accessories that’s going to make your practice really smooth.
The most important piece of equipment is your board.
There’s an additional anchor at the nose so that I can anchor at the nose and tail so my board isn’t swinging in the wind
So as I said the most important piece of equipment is your board.
I like the bit cross. It’s ten feet long and 33 inches wide and it’s got a really nice flat deck.
The deck pad runs from nose to tail and it’s super soft but it’s also super grippy.
With the anchoring points at the nose and at the tail, I’m able to anchor from either end.
There’s attachments also for the bungee system so that you can carry your water your lifejacket and your class card.
In addition to being a great board for yoga, it’s also just fun to paddle so I hope that helps you get started in SUP Yoga and I hope you enjoy your new journey on this ever-evolving practice
on the water.
For more information or more tips on SUP yoga, you can visit my website h2yoJulieRoach.com. – 02:50
Check out our other posts that may provide you more information about Paddleboarding and Yoga.
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- About SUP Board Yoga Free Guide to Board Yoga
Getting Started with Paddle Board Yoga Final WordsThis Paddleboard Yoga Video was provided by StandUpPaddlingTV Youtube Channel, please visit them to see more related Paddleboard Videos.
Paddleboard Yoga classes are becoming more popular every year. Being outside, your board, nature, and your own thoughts could be very relaxing.
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