6. Stand-Up Paddle Board Yoga
That’s right, yoga classes on the water! SUP yoga takes the relaxation benefits of both activities to the next level. It’s easier than you might think but it’s still best to take a few dry land-based yoga classes before you try it on a paddle board. Check out Namaste Sup to find classes near you.
7. It’s an Adventure
Standing on the water and moving at a leisurely pace gives you the opportunity to discover secret spots and hidden treasures. Paddle boards also let you get an up-close look at the shoreline from a completely different perspective than swimming or boating.