Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga Teacher Training
Reserved to Yoga Teachers who have a minimum of 200-RYT certification accredited by the Yoga Alliance. You will receive 12 hours CEU accredited by the Yoga Alliance, and certificate of completion of a Specific Training for Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga Instructor.
The training includes:
– Rental of the paddleboards, and gears (lifejacket when necessary, anchors, ….)
– printed manual
– 12 CEU for specific training
How to prepare and organize the setup for the paddleboards, gear and location.
Taking in consideration the weather conditions, tides, currents, and the level of the yoga students.
Fundamentals of how to prepare the participants before they show up for a Sup Yoga class
Steps for the Sup Yoga Practice from when the participants arrive until the completion of the class
Alignments, variations of asanas for the practice on SUP.
Being a registered yoga teacher with minimum RYT200 accredited by Yoga Alliance.
Having completed a CPR course.
A minimum of 5 hours of paddle-boarding experience, knowing the basic skills.
A minimum of 20 hours of teaching experience of yoga on land, or in studio.
North Crandon Park, Key Biscayne
Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm
We take a break for lunch together at a healthy restaurant nearby (food at your own cost). A time to nurture, share, clarify some points in the practice, before the afternoon session back in the water.
She began to practice and teach Yoga on Paddleboard in 2009, in Miami, Florida. In 2012 she began to offer Specific Training for yoga teachers, with CEU accredited by the Yoga Alliance.
Through her experience and practice, she created a manual that includes a sequence that is adapted to the practice on paddleboard, as well as instructions on how to anchor the boards, observe the forecast, tides, current, wind conditions. This manual is very practical and useful for anybody who choose to bring their practice from the mat to the board.