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Join Rebecca for SUP Yoga classes this summer at Detroit River Sports

Detroit River Sports is located at Fisherman’s Marina at the end of Alter Road on Riverside Blvd in Detroit. 


CURRENT DATES: 

Saturday, June 17
Saturday, July 8
Saturday, July 15

 
TIME: 

                                                                                 9-10:15am

                                                                                 COST:

                                                                                 $35/class You can pre-register HERE.

Pre-registration is required- limited spaces available. If you need to cancel your registration, it must be at least 24 hrs in advance, or you will not be refunded. Refunds will be given to cancellations within 24 hrs before class time, and if class is cancelled due to weather. You will be notified by phone at least one hour before scheduled class time if a class is being cancelled. Please include your phone number in your registration so you can be notified in the event of a cancellation. Thank you. 
                      

 Please call for more info: (586) 722-7243 or email: info@shantiyogami.com


 

Rebecca is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) and a Paddlefit level 2 Certified Instructor. Rebecca finds much peace in doing yoga on the water in the elements and is passionate about sharing it with others. This year is her third season offering SUP yoga classes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courtney believes that in order to move your mind, you need to move your body. A 200 hour certified yoga teacher and Certified Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and an Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Courtney is also a Certified Paddlefit level 2 instructor and teaches Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) classes during the summer. She is inspired by movement on and off the mat (and board) and loves to combine yoga with coaching to help people slow down enough to move them from their head to their heart. SUP yoga is one of her favorite things to do and teach because it allows students to return to that beginner’s mind, where you slow down your movement and bring more focus to the breath.

 

Suggestions:

  • Know how to swim.
  • Bring sunblock and/or hat if you are sensitive to sun.
  • Pack a snack or lunch.
  • Bring a towel and something to change into if needed.
  • Bring a camera.
  • Leave personal belongings in your car.
  • Have fun and don’t take yourself too seriously.
  • What to wear:
    - something that can get wet.
    - a comfortable bathing suit with yoga clothes over it.
    - bottoms short enough to walk into knee-deep water.

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