August News 2019
Meet Rachel! We are so excited to welcome her as our newest SUP Yoga instructor!
Health Benefits of SUP Yoga
Improves Flexibility
The various poses used in yoga improve flexibility and increase mobility. Paddleboarding also calls on a lot of different muscles and help to strengthen muscles. The two exercises combined offer a wide range of motion that works different areas of the body.
Increases Circulation
An important part of yoga is focusing on breathing. This has been shown to increase circulation. Yoga also helps to reduce stress. Relaxation and stress reduction techniques help to improve circulation.
Improves Balance
Yoga poses focus on improving and maintaining balance. SUP yga works well for improving balance because it requires a lot of balance to stay on a floating board while doing yoga poses. Frequent workouts help improve balance.
Great Core Workout
Yoga poses that target the core area combines with the use of core muscles to stay afloat make for a great workout. The core muscles are very important when it comes to balance.
Refines Yoga Technique
With yoga, as well as any exercise or sport, technique improves with practice. The added paddleboard challenge assists with refining as well as improving technique.
The sense of floating on the water can have a calming affect, Yoga in itself is very relaxing and relieves stress. SUP yoga combines the peacefulness of the water with the stress reduction of regular yoga. The feeling of being close to nature by being out on the water also adds a calming effect to the workout.
This is not an easy workout to complete. It takes hard work and patience as well as some skill. It is quite an accomplishment to be able to do these exercises.
Not only is this a great exercise for improving mobility and overall health, it is also very fun. Exercise should be enjoyable. People who enjoy their exercise program are more likely to stick with it and achieve better results.  Yoga paddle boarding  is certainly more fun being out on the water.
These workouts supply not only a physical challenge, but mental as well. It takes concentration and determination to balance on a board floating on the water while doing yoga poses.
Reminder that August is our last month offering Aerialates and SUP Yoga until next Summer!
SUP Yogalates:

Wednesday mornings at 8am and Saturday mornings at 9:30am taught by Maila Rider.

SUP Yoga:

Friday mornings at 10am taught by Rachel Tofflemoyer, and Sunday afternoons at 3pm taught by Sarah Broussard.


Mondays at 6:30pm, Tuesdays at 7am, and Saturdays at 7am taught by Maila Rider .
Goat Yoga
Join us for Goat Yoga Saturday the 24th, from 9:30-10:30am followed by mimosas and muffins!
*Update for anyone experiencing issues with classes appearing as 'free of charge' on Mindbody app, or not being able to find PiYoCo on the app:
-delete app and re-download
-change your password
These problems were a result of some clients' apps not being up to date. This should resolve the issue.

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