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Paddle Board Yoga
Paddle board yoga can take your practice to a much deeper level because of the additional core strength, balance and stabilization required. It takes time to master, so if you can’t do a pose on land, don’t be hard on yourself if you also can’t do it on a floating board. Life is a journey and not a destination. Yoga and stand-up paddling go hand in hand because they both “take you right into the moment!” They also require concentration, breath, relaxation, a sense of adventure, a sense of humor, and the ability to surrender to something much bigger than yourself.
SUP YOGA CLASSES – will be led by one of the pioneers in Brown County, Allie Pedretti-Beining, on the only floating studio of its kind in our area! These classes combine traditional yoga postures with the added fun of floating on a stand-up paddleboard (SUP) in flat water! All classes include a quick paddle lesson for newbies, a short warm up paddle, and then we will attach to our anchor system for a sweet yoga experience unlike any other. Designed for all levels, you will be guided through an intelligently designed sequence of postures strengthening and lengthening all of the major muscle groups, opening up the breath, quieting the mind, and moving into greater alignment with ourselves and the natural beauty that surrounds us out on the water. Classes are held at South Bay Marina at the Green Bay Sail and Paddle protected sand beach.
Cost: $30 per person
What to bring:
Old tennis shoes or water shoes *Very important because of zebra mussels!!
A completed & signed waiver
Water bottle full of water/ beverage
We provide life jackets but students may bring their own if they wish!
South Bay Marina
101 Bay Beach Road
Green Bay, WI, 54302
The marina is at the west end of Bay Beach Rd, past the Zippin Pippin. To find SOUTH BAY, take HWY I-43 to exit #187 (Webster Ave), go north to Irwin St. and take a left on Irwin, which then turns into Bay Beach Rd. We are the last entrance on the right. Look for the SOUTH BAY Marina sign. When you enter the marina follow the signs that say Green Bay Sail & Paddle.