S.U.P. Yoga Teacher Training 3-Day Immersion June 2-4, 2017

There is nothing better in life than floating on the lake while taking a yoga class. Take the beauty of Lady Bird Lake, the power of Breath and Body Yoga and Austin Stand Up Paddle and we have the perfect combination. Consider becoming a Paddle Board Power Yoga Teacher in 2016. Breath and Body Yoga is offering a 3-day intensive training with Katarina Arneric June 2-4, 2017.

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Location: Texas Rowing Center at Lady Bird Lake, Austin

Costs: $495 before April 1, 2017 (early bird) / $575 After April 1, 2017


  • Friday 6/2 5:00-7:00 pm at Breath and Body Yoga
  • Sat 6/3 10am-12pm; 1-4:30pm; 5-6:30pm
  • Sun 6/4 9am-12pm; 1:30-4:30pm

Three-Day Immersion Course Includes:

  • SUP Yoga training and studio/class set up from E-RYT, Wanderlust instructor, and SUP Yoga instructor of four years
  • Board, paddle, and PFD rentals at time of training
  • A SUP Yoga class
  • SUP Yoga TT Manual
  • Paddle board skills, techniques, safety and training
  • Eligibility for 20 hours of Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credits

20 Hours on land & water will include the following:

  1. General Board, SUP Equipment, and Paddling knowledge and techniques
    • different strokes and skills both basic and advanced
    • anatomy of boards/ choosing the right board
  2. Water Safety & Equipment
    • SUP specific rescue techniques
    • proper use and care of gear
    • rules and regulations of water ways
  3. Why SUP Yoga?
  4. Assessing the water & conditions
    • wind, waves, tide & current
  5. Assessing students (options & limitations)
    • before the class starts
    • on the water
  6. What makes a good SUP Yoga instructor
  7. SUP Yoga postures (water specific & level options)
  8. Sequencing for on the water
  9. Setting up your floating studio & classes
    • successes from other studios
    • setting yourself and the class up for success
    • partnering with local businesses
    • how to host a SUP Yoga class if you don’t have your own fleet of boards


  • minimum 200-Hour Yoga Alliance Approved Teacher Training
  • have paddle boarded before
  • First-Aid and CPR certified (or at least registered for a class before the training begins)