SUP Yoga classes are back for the season and run May - September weather permitting.
Greenwood Lake Yoga has teamed up with the awesome folks at Jersey Paddleboards to offer Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga on Greenwood Lake.
All classes will meet and launch from the sand beach at Jersey Paddleboards.
Prices include board rental, leash, life jacket, anchor, and lighting at night.
There are no upcoming classes on the schedule. Check back soon!
Greenwood Lake Yoga Founder, SUP Yoga Instructor
Sarah is a 500 hour certified yoga teacher and certified prenatal and postnatal yoga teacher. She has taught yoga throughout New York City and is now excited to join the Greenwood Lake Community. Sarah teaches students of all levels seeking to develop their understanding of yoga and improve mental and physical health. Her classes combine alignment, vinyasa, and relaxation.
Sarah is a certified WPA SUP instructor, she completed her SUP training with Jessica Bellofatto Yoga in East Hampton, NY.
Yes! All classes are open to beginner paddlers as well as beginner yogis.
Options and modifications will be given.
Will I get wet?
Yes! Degree of wetness varies, you could fall in (its fun!) but even if you don’t we will still be on water.
It’s possible you can stay mostly dry but prepared to get a little wet.
What do I wear?
Wear clothes that are comfortable to move in that you don’t mind getting wet. You can wear a swim suit, but be sure it is secure to avoid any wardrobe malfunctions.
We recommend athletic shorts and tops made of light fast drying material with a swim suit underneath. Yoga leggings are also fine but we recommend they be of the slippery material and not cotton. You will be barefoot.
For sunny days you may want to wear a hat and plenty of sunscreen.
For cooler days early or later in the season you may want to bring a sweater or wetsuit top.
What else should I bring?
It is recommenced you bring water, croakies for you sunglasses if you have them, and a waterproof bag for you phone if you want to take pictures. You may also want to have leave a towel on land to dry off after or a change of clothes.