Tarifa’s unending wind, kilometres of unbroken white sand beaches, flat water, waves, sun and unique kitesurfing culture make it a global mecca for kitesurfing.
Paddle yoga is a different way to have fun and get fit on the water. Our paddle yoga instructor Julia is a genuine enthusiast – she’s an enthusiastic and patient teacher who can take you all the way from novice to expert. She leads classes from beginner to acro SUP yoga, as well as glow in the dark night tours and a beach fit class – there’s something for everyone!
As the name suggest, paddle yoga is yoga on a paddle board. If you’ve never done it before, no problem – it will be all the more enjoyable for being your first experience. If it is your first time just make sure you take the beginner class, which includes our paddle technique discussion, and spend some time playing around on the paddle board before moving on to yoga poses on the water.
If you’ve never done yoga before we can also give you an intro to basic yoga poses on land before moving onto the boards. We don’t want you doing anything you’re uncomfortable with, so it’s good for both you and us to know what your level is.
If you’ve never done paddle yoga before and you’re not sure what you need to know, here are the answers to some frequently asked questions
If you want to get fit and have fun, book a lesson and come down and see us on the beach!
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Boracay is one of the most beautiful islands in the world and the steady trade winds and butter flat water at Bulabog beach makes it an ideal place to learn to kite surf.
Canmore is in the majestic Canadian Rockies whose huge frozen lakes and endless mountains provide a dramatic backdrop to a perfect learning environment.
Will I get wet?
In the beginners classes, possibly but unlikely. In our intermediate, beach fit, or acro class, you will most likely get wet. We prefer to think of it as a refreshing dip on a hot summer day J
What if I’m not a great swimmer?
No worries. If it makes you safer and more comfortable we’ll provide you with a lifejacket.
What should I bring?
Enthusiasm and smile. We’ll provide the rest J
If you’re bringing a phone and purse, either have a waterproof case or leave it securely with us on the beach. You don’t want them getting wet.
What should I wear?
Girls – a bikini is great, but you may get into some interesting postures so make sure it fits snugly.
Guys – board shorts and a top if you want one. We wouldn’t recommend a bikini, but, hey, it’s up to you.
Everyone – sunscreen!