Frequently Asked Questions

How can I pay?

Please sign up and pay online before the class, this will reserve your board for class. If for any reason you are unable to you can pay by card, cash, or check in person. 

How do I sign up?

Sign up on the Prices & Sign-up page and follow the directions below, or follow this link.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page. If you are on a phone click Mobile Booking (if you are not then click on the class that you would like to sign up for).

Once you have selected a class you will be directed to a page that has a space for service provider (aka teacher) and date. If this is a one time class click search without entering any information. If this is a weekly class you can select from available dates by clicking where it says first available and selecting an available date within the drop down menu. After you have made your selection click search. (This is also the page where you could add another class before you pay if you'd like to book for two people, click "add another class" and follow the instructions)

On the next page click sign up for the class you would like to take. 

(You'll be able to select a price package from a drop down menu if you are taking a recurring class, choose the price/number of classes you'd like to pay for at one time)

On the next page review the class information and click checkout. You'll be directed to create an account.

Then you should be able to review your account information once more and hit the next button, and then you'll be instructed to enter your credit card information. After you place your order please fill in your contact information and let us know if you do not receive a confirmation email (because you should). 

I can barely do yoga, or balance on a board; how can I do both?

The yoga sequence that we do is very simple with modifications for all skill levels. If you are nervous about falling in stay lower to the board and know your limit. Our SUP Yoga classes are very beginner friendly, with variations for all skill levels.

What should I wear?

Sunblock, secure swimsuit, light clothing (something that won't weigh you down if you go in the water, non-cotton). Water shoes are nice for getting in and out of the water (even if it's just sandals or sneakers that you don't mind getting wet). If it is a colder day wear layers and bring a towel and dry clothes in case you get wet. We have a safe place to lock any valuables during class.

What should I bring?

Don't bring anything of value onto the water with you. There is always a chance of losing things that come out onto the paddle board.

You can pay for class with credit, cash, or check and lock your belongings in our truck or your own car. We can also hold onto keys during class.

If you have a water bottle with a clip or a carabeener it is nice to bring drinking water, just make sure you can secure it to the board. Only bring sunglasses and hats if you are okay losing them or you have a way to secure them to yourself.

Do I need to bring my own board?

No! Your board is included with the class fee. Also included is a paddle and a life vest.

What if I have my own board?

Great! Please bring your own paddle and life vest as well. The board rental portion of the class fee is $10 so your class will be $10 less than the price listed.

Will I get wet?

Yes! Even if you don't fall in you will get at least a little bit wet being on the water.

There is a chance that you will fall in, but it's part of the experience! We encourage all participants to be aware of their balance and we offer a variations of most poses so if you're feeling less stable you can stay more connected to the board. If you don't want to fall in keep your knee down in lunges, stay on your knees instead of coming to standing. 

Do I need to know how to swim?

No! If you don't know how to swim we will ask that you wear a lifevest the whole time you are on the water. If you are nervous around water this is a great option for you as well! We also recommend a private SUP class to get more comfortable if you're really scared to be on the water.

What is your cancelation policy?

You are free to cancel 6 hours before class time via email or phone and you will be refunded fully. Some classes only have one or two students signed up and we require a 3 person minimum for bringing all of the boards to the location, so if you can't cancel 6 hours before we've likely already planned the day and you will not be refunded.

What if there is bad weather?

We keep a close eye on the radar and weather and will do our best to notify you 2 hours before class if we are going to have to cancel. If we do cancel class you can reschedule at your convenience via email for a date that works better for you.

What should I expect?

  • You will meet us at the location 15 minutes before class starts (see the class page for detailed directions).
  • Meet us there and we will have you fill out a waiver.
  • Then we'll get you a paddle, vest, and a board.
  • Next we'll carry the boards to the water (the distance will depend on the location but we can help with this part if needed).
  • Once everyone is ready we will put the boards in the water, be sure to get on your board on your knees.
  • We will give detailed instructions on how to stand up if needed.
  • We will paddle upstream or into the wind to a more sheltered area of the water for class.
  • Class consists of about 40 minutes of guided poses and breathing, as well as paddling back up stream or back into the wind as we drift (some classes will be anchored).
  • We'll have time to play around and try out some harder poses before savasana (which is like heaven on a board).
  • Then it's back to shore! Leave feeling refreshed and relaxed :)