SUP Yoga

SUP Yoga

SUP Yoga

SUP Yoga classes will be announced as pop-up events on our facebook page Watersport Foreningen.

If you’re wondering why someone would choose to do yoga on a wobbly surface like a stand up paddle board, you’re not alone. After all, isn’t it hard enough to hold those poses on solid ground?

It’s a common question, but as you’ll come to find out when you give it a try, doing yoga on a paddle board is not as hard as it looks and it even offers opportunities that a land-based practice doesn’t. SUP Yoga can be a delightful way to experience nature and invigorate your yoga practice.

Why people do SUP yoga: There are many reasons; having fun, experiencing nature and practicing mindfulness are a few.

Tips and poses for SUP yoga: Some poses are easier than others on a paddle board, and knowing a few helpful tips will set you up for greater success on your first outing.

Having some experience in either SUP or yoga is helpful before trying SUP Yoga, but by no means do you need to be an expert in either. A great way to try it out for the first time is to take a SUP Yoga class.


  • Yoga poses modified for SUP and onboard sessions
  • SUP Yoga safety and hazards
  • SUP Yoga techniques and feedback

The benefits

  • Increases breath control
  • Exercises your body
  • Feeling of refreshment
  • Empowers you and calms your mind
  • Improves balance and flexibility
  • Increase blood circulation
  • Gives Yoga technique a new face
  • Fun and challenging