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This SUP yoga teacher training course, led by instructor Jessica Bellofatto in East Hampton, New York will cover stroke technique, safety, logistical concerns, anchoring systems, board selection and more. You will also learn how to take you deeper into specific sequences, more time on the water, and really enable you to take what you have learned and begin to teach stand-up paddleboard yoga.
During this training, you will stay in a shared room at a private house.
Day one of this course will cover stroke technique, safety, logistical concerns, anchoring systems, board selection, and more. Day two will take you deeper into specific sequences, more time on the water, and really enable you to take what you have learned and begin to teach sup yoga. You have the option of taking one or both days.
Please note that in order to receive your Jessica Bellofatto yoga SUP yoga certification, you will eventually need to take both days as well as a level 1 SUP instructor course. You can be pointed in the right direction for this and this can be done at any time. During the training, you will cover all of the following and more:
Nadia grew up sailing aboard the Junasika and has been in love with the ocean for as long as she can remember! A yoga, stand up paddle boarding, surf, and sea kayak instructor, her passion for teaching, communication, and outdoor adventures form the core of her approach. She has been teaching yoga since 2004 and stand up paddle boarding yoga for Wanderlust festival for four years. She is delighted to be able to share her water play and fluid sequencing in different destinations around the globe.
This retreat will take place in East Hampton, New York, USA.
You can take the Hampton Jitney bus to East Hampton. Reservations are essential.
You may take the Long Island Rail Road train to East Hampton. This is the cheapest option.