SUP Yoga Instagrams That Will Inspire You to Float Your Flow
Like Nature, Like Yogi
Mountain Pose, Reinvented
Regular mountain pose might be a classic, but we like this Brazilian yogi's mountain imitation better.
Palm Trees or Skyscrapers?
This snapshot of SUP yoga on the Hudson River in New York City is proof that you don't need a tropical setting to get your SUP on. However, you might think twice about attempting a paddleboard handstand; falling in that water isn't quite the same as in the Caribbean.
It's All About Balance
This yogi bends her way into a beautiful forearm headstand variation in Great Bend, Oregon. (Bonus points for getting her SUP yoga on in a place with a punny yoga name.)
A New View
That southern Florida water doesn't look so bad to fall into. SUP yoga necessities for the sun: backwards hat and white sunglasses you won't miss if they fall overboard.
Forget solo yoga—SUP yoga looks better when you roll, er, float, deep. Brathen is back at it again on the paddleboard, this time, teaching the class.
The Tipping Point
This yogi is pretty precariously perched on the edge of her board—but looks insanely zen. What else could you expect from a forearm headstand with ~eagle~ legs?
The only thing better than SUPing under the sun? SUPing under the sunset. Add four matching upward plank poses and you have the perfect heart-opening yoga 'gram.
Poses That Rival the Scenery
Yogi Sjana Elise masters a flawless forearm headstand variation even more beautiful than the deep blue below her.
But It's Better with a Buddy
One way to make SUP yoga even more fun (and to really increase your chance of getting wet): add a partner! One pose to try: this stacked downward dog/one-legged dog variation. (First, get your SO to try this partner yoga sequence, then advance to SUP.)
The Ultimate Post-Flow Relaxation
Pair savasana with the gentle rocking of a paddleboard on calm water, and you have the recipe for a perfect post-yoga nap. After this, studio-style savasana will never compare.