Deepen your Yoga Practice!

Paddle-N-More, Cayuga SUP Yoga, and Yoga Farm are joining forces to continue creating excellence in training! Immerse yourself in this Standup Paddleboard Yoga Teacher Training and learn how to teach yoga from paddleboards.

Paddleboard Yoga Teacher Training – June 3-6, 2021

This 4-day course is designed for current yoga teachers who want to explore the exhilaration and challenges of teaching safe and empowering yoga classes on stand-up paddleboards.

This SUP Yoga Teacher Training process is rigorous, educational, and fun.

This teacher training is divided into three main course sections:

Our practical and experiential course will cover weather conditions, venue selection, and water safety; interpersonal judgement skills and group management; risk management and rescue; theming, sequencing, and modifications for safe and empowering yoga practice on the water; anchoring and equipment selection; liability, legal, and insurance; business models, marketing, and pricing.


Tuition and costs: Students who meet the essential eligibility criteria after the course will receive a SUP Level One Instructor Certification through the American Canoe Association and SUP Yoga Certificate of Completion.


Tentative Schedule:

Prerequisites Annual membership and instructor dues are required for ACA SUP Instructor candidates, along with current first aid/CPR certification. 200-hour yoga teaching certification is required to receive SUP Yoga Certificate of Completion, but not a prerequisite to take the course.

Location: Myers Park, Lansing, NY

COVID Protocol: To participate in this program, we will follow guidelines established by the CDC and our local health department. Participants and instructors will wear masks when we cannot be physically distanced by six feet and when we are working on land. Masks will not be worn during all water-based actvities, but it is important for participants to stay six feet away from one another during activities, keep hands clean, and wear masks. Our COVID Protocol is ever changing based on the CDC and our local health department. Please do visit our COVID Safety page for more details. If you are traveling, please review the CDC domestic travel guidelines.