The ASI SUP Yoga Teacher training course sets the international standard for SUP Yoga. Deliver sessions in protected waters no more than 50 metres from shore. It covers SUP safety, SUP Yoga poses, SUP yoga business & marketing skills, with flexibility to deliver your preferred yoga discipline.
SUP Yoga Teachers who want to provide general SUP lessons or SUP paddling and tours, should also complete the ASI Level 1 SUP Instructor (Enclosed Flat Water) course.
Conduct “Stand Up Paddle Yoga” sessions in enclosed flat water locations, no more than 50 metres from shore.
SUP yoga locations are defined as:
inland waters or coastal locations with flat water, no swell or breaking waves
miniminal or no wind
free from hazards
no more than 50 metres from shore
water depth no more than 4ft
Stand Up Paddle Yoga Teacher
Industry job roles that require SUP Yoga knowledge (e.g. marketing, sales, retail)
SUP yoga safety, risk management covering weather, water, equipment and client risks and hazards
A library of SUP Yoga poses from beginner to advanced levels
Providing feedback and SUP Yoga technique correction
Yoga session plans and sequences, set up, and ready to use in your own classes.
Gaining and maintaining clients – SUP yoga marketing and business skills
Before starting this course, you must:
hold a Yoga Teacher Certificate (minimum 200 hours)
have completed a minimum of 20 hours on water SUP paddling
have completed a minimum of 10 hours SUP yoga practice
have basic paddling skills and be able to paddle safely, with confidence and correct technique in enclosed flat water locations.
The SUP Yoga Teacher course can be completed by:
Attending a workshop
Delivery Option - Workshop
This intensive 2 day workshop will focus on completing the major components of the course. Some additional homework is also required to complete assessments and gain practical on-the-job instruction experience.
Ideal for: students who want to cover theory components in an intensive format.
Workshop course requirements:
To receive your ASI SUP Yoga Teacher crtificate you need to: