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Yoga Outdoors

Gentle Yoga outdoors.

A softer class that incorporates balance work, strength development, and stretching for improving range of motion, body strength, and stress reduction. This class is ideal for beginners, seniors, expectant mothers (pre and post-natal), those recovering from injuries, or anyone who needs a break from their strenuous physical activity routine.


Sunday's 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM


Portside Harbor Ventura

Clubhouse Courtyard

How difficult is paddleboard yoga?

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Paddleboard yoga, also known as sup yoga, is a relatively new practice that combines stand up paddle boarding with yoga. While it may sound difficult, sup yoga is actually quite accessible for all levels of yogis. In fact, many beginners find sup yoga to be a great way to ease into the practice.


That being said, there are definitely some challenges that come with paddleboard yoga. First and foremost, you have to be comfortable with being on a board in the water. If you're not used to stand up paddle boarding, it can take some time to get used to the feeling of the board beneath your feet.


In addition, balancing poses can be more challenging on a paddleboard than on a solid surface. The key is to take your time and move slowly and deliberately. If you're patient and focus on your breath, you'll be able to find your balance and stay afloat.


So, is paddleboard yoga for you? If you're interested in trying something new and are up for a bit of a challenge, then sup yoga just might be the perfect practice for you. Give it a try and see how you float!

Do you need an anchor for SUP yoga?

If you're thinking about trying sup yoga, you might be wondering if you need an anchor. The answer is: it depends! Some people find that having an anchor helps them feel more stable and secure on their board, while others find it gets in the way. Ultimately, it's up to you to decide whether or not you want to use one. If you're practicing in calm water and don't feel like you need the extra stability, then there's no need to use an anchor. However, if you're in rougher conditions or are just starting out, an anchor can be a helpful tool. Just make sure to position it so that it doesn't get in the way of your paddle strokes!

Contact us to find out the next Yoga outdoors event!




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