(SUP) Standing Upright Paddle Board Yoga Classes in Waikiki

Yoga on an 11 ft Paddle Board in calm, warm water is always as refreshing as it is strengthening. It improves our balance too. Classes are every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 9:00 am. Meet directly at the water across the street from the Hyatt in the first lagoon. Use the Duke Kahanamoku Statue as a guide. From that statue walk towards Diamond Head for about 30 seconds and you’ll see the first lagoon. The sea wall stops the waves so we have relatively still water.

 

Please remember to wear a hat!

 

We set up close to the lagoon wall, about 70 ft from the beach, in about 3 ft deep water. No rocks. Falling is fine – you just get wet.

 

Class begins with sitting poses, and progresses into a certain amount of down dog and with standing poses, as group tolerance allows. Total beginners are welcome! If you’ve never been on a board, it’s about time you tried. At first standing on a board feels a bit sketchy, but you’ll like it. Soon, we’ll prepare to lunge up in a wide standing position. After a while of preparing, you may or may not find yourself feeling like enjoying a faster flow and the resulting falls are refreshing.

 

The open sky is above, we are working while centering ourselves on a moving surface, and the group energy is beautiful. These are the things that makes the yoga experience more memorable.

 

Sign up on the schedule in our calendar to secure your spot in the class.

 

What to Bring: As little as possible. Ideally, we encourage you to pay online so you don’t need to bring your wallet. Phones, keys, wallet, can safely be tied to a dry bag on your board, even your slippers and a towel. Nothing will be left on the beach, everything will be packed into a dry bag. One bag for slippers, another clean bag for clothing: don’t put a beverage inside the dry bag with cell phones, please!

 

The water is shallow, so your friends can wade out and take photos. Or they can get shots from the beach. The class size is limited to 12 people, so it will always be a pleasant, intimate group.

Mahalo!

 
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