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Just like life; if you fall, you get back up again!
(Only this time, you may be a little wet.)
30-40 minute of beginning paddle instructions
50-60 minutes of yoga
Classes will begin and end at the Lake Springfield Marina. We will begin on land for an overview of safety and paddle basics. We will then hit the water for a 15 minute instructive paddle before anchoring the boards and moving through a 50-60 min creative sequence designed to warm and strengthen the body and stretch all your paddle muscles. We will end the yoga session with the incredible experience of a floating Savasana to quiet and calm the mind. Then, we will continue to work on our paddle strokes as we make our way back to the marina.
Cost: $100 for a 4 week session (1 session per week)
90 minute class will include:
20-30 minutes of paddle
60 minutes of yoga
We will begin on land for an overview of safety and paddle basics (including how to fall! Yes, it's ok to fall in!). Then we will hit the water for about 15 minutes of paddle before anchoring the boards and moving through a 50-60 min creative sequence designed to warm and strengthen the body and stretch all your paddle muscles. We will end the yoga session with the incredible experience of a floating Savasana to quiet and calm the mind.
1 Session / $30
2 Sessions / $55
4 Sessions / $100
Want to host a Private Party or Class? We would love helping you create an experience to remember. Join us for a private SUP event and let us take all the work out of planning an awesome event on the water! Have a SUP yoga birthday, bachelorette/bachelor parties, family reunions, corporate team building events, moms night out, and whatever else you can possibly dream up! Contact us for cost and availability!
Any of our classes can be taught by private instruction, available by appointment only. Maximum of 2 people per session. Duration is 90 minutes. Cost is $100 per session.Contact Us
Yes! You may not fall in, but water can lap up over the edges of the board and it’s best to dress accordingly. We encourage you to be willing to get wet – the more open you are, the more fun you will have! Bring a towel or change of clothes for after class in case you do get soaked.
Yes. We require that participants have swimming ability for the safety of all students. We provide and require life jackets for all participants. You may also choose to book a private lesson if you are not a strong swimmer.
Wear something that you can get wet in. Dry-fit clothing works well. Swimwear is OK, but remember that your yoga practice will have you moving around, so make sure you have adequate coverage in your bikini or swimsuit. Avoid cotton and baggy clothing. You may wish to bring a hat, and of course make sure you wear sunscreen! We have extra if you forget.
Our paddle board yoga classes are ninety minutes, but we suggest you block two hours to give yourself time to arrive and park, and time to chat with your instructor after class. Arriving 5-10 minutes before class starts will help ensure that we get to enjoy the most time on the water!
In the event of inclement weather, your instructor will contact you at least one hour before class to notify you of any cancellation. If it’s just gray, we will paddle anyway. If there’s thunder and lightning, it’s a no-go. High winds are also a cause for cancellation. We will not go out on the water if winds are above 10MPH. In the event that Ahh Yoga cancels your class, we will gladly reschedule you or provide a refund if preferred.
It’s best if you leave most items in your car as Ahh Yoga and The Lake Springfield Marina will not be responsible for items left on the dock.
We will take photos for you so you don’t have to! It’s best if you leave all valuables behind, and simply take time to enjoy your practice.
I thoroughly enjoyed my teacher training experience. Initially, I took the course just to enhance my own practice, but at the end I felt confident enough to teach. I especially appreciate the attention to alignment and modifications.
Monie Doherty, Class of 2016