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"Get Your Asana on the Water: The Complete Guide to Teaching SUP Yoga" is a comprehensive guide for teaching and practicing yoga on a standup paddle board. Get Your Asana on the Water has everything you need to know to start teaching safe and effective SUP yoga classes, from buying the proper equipment, to giving appropriate verbal cues, and providing your students with a successful experience on the water.
WATER + YOGA = AMAZING
Bringing your yoga practice to water takes everything to a whole different level. Get Your Asana on the Water provides yoga teachers with all the information they need to teach fun, safe, and effective yoga on a SUP.
With step-by-step instructions on poses, setting up a class, water safety, and judging weather conditions, Get Your Asana on the Water is a one stop shop for those looking to take their teaching or personal practice out on the water.
A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO YOGA ON THE WATER
Conceived and developed on the beautiful oceans of Okinawa Japan, "Get Your Asana on the Water" is the definitive guide to teaching yoga on a stand up paddle board. Whether you are teaching on a calm freshwater lake, a pool fitness facility, or the unpredictable waters of the East China Sea, this book walks you through the tips and tricks you need to ensure that your students enjoy a fun, challenging, and safe SUP experience.
In clear and easy to understand language, SUP yogis Rick Burnett and Rebecca Cohen break down exactly how to perform each asana on a paddle board, including proper placement of the hands and feet, as well as options and modifications for each pose to accommodate all skill levels.
- Unique quadrant cueing system
- Over 75 step-by-step pose descriptions with options and modifications
- Tips on sequencing
- Detailed description of how to safely set up and teach your students
- Full color, high quality photographs
- Easy to understand level and weather condition indicators for each asana
- Sample class sequences to get you started
- Comprehensive chapters on: Water Safety; Choosing the Right Equipment; Taking Care of Your Investment; Preparing for Your Class; and more!
SUP Yoga with a Paddle
- An innovative approach to using your paddle as a prop to deepen your SUP yoga practice
- Detailed instructions on the hows and whys of including your stand up paddle as a prop in your practice and teachings
Rick is an experienced registered yoga teacher and paddle board enthusiast. On land, Rick focuses primarily on teaching private and small group vinyasa yoga. On the water, he brings this same student focused philosophy to SUP yoga. A former academic with a scruffy beard, heavily tattooed skin, and sarcastic sense of humor, he might not come off as a Lululemon model, but he is dedicated to providing his students with the best possible yoga experience, SUP or otherwise. Rick is an E-RYT 200/RYT 500 level yoga teacher, a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP), and has additional certificates in SUP Yoga and Yin Yoga. Rick also holds a Bachelors degree in social anthropology from the University of Louisville, as well as a Masters degree in Anthropology and a Masters in Public Health, both from Michigan State University. Rebecca is an accomplished and experienced yoga instructor. While living in Okinawa, Japan she began practicing and teaching yoga on a standup paddle board (SUP). There was just nothing like exploring her deep affection for yoga with the salty air and the turquoise waters beneath her. She was the first to teach organized group SUP yoga classes on the island. She then started her own company and created her own brand of SUP boards. From here blossomed the initial ideas behind Addicted 2 Asana. Rebecca is an experienced registered yoga teacher at the ERYT500 level, a certified yoga therapist (CIAYT), and a continuing education provider (YACEP). She runs a successful yoga school, registered with the Yoga Alliance for 200-Hour and 300-Hour programs, and also has a Master's Degree in Urban Planning from the University at Buffalo, New York.