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A group of five to ten people on paddleboards line up in the middle of the bright, breezy Marina and sink into Downward Dog, wobbling slightly as they find their sea legs. This is LA’s latest yoga innovation, where practitioners trade a yoga mat for a 10-foot board. Ready to do Warrior I while seagulls squawk overhead? YOGAqua founder Sarah Tiefenthaler, who started teaching SUP yoga two years ago (making her one of the first teachers in the country), leads the sessions in Marina Del Rey. Show up in a swimsuit, wetsuit or yoga gear that can get wet—yes, you might fall off the board!—and pick up a rental board, included in the class fee. After 15 minutes of paddling instruction, you’re ready to attempt a series of asanas on the water. Don’t worry about the wobble: The challenge of aligning yourself perfectly on a floating board only adds balance to your in-studio practice. Classes are also offered at YOGAqua's second location in Newport Beach (3300 Via Lido).
13977 Palawan Way
|Price:||Single class $30 (bring your own board) or $44 (equipment included); monthly unlimited (includes group classes and 8 private sessions per month) $1,160; Introductory offer: $90/ three pack of classes|
|Opening hours:||Hours: Fri 2pm-3:30pm, Sat/Sun 9am-2:30pm|
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