(Workshop) SUP Yoga Teacher, SUP Rescue, SUP Wise
Kingston Upon Thames, London UK
Times and Dates
9:00 am - 17:00 pm
19-April-2023 - 21-April-2023
12 months ASI membership
Bring to Workshop
Workshops. Full refund less £50 administration fee provided on minimum notice of 14 days prior to workshop date. Online courses, no refund paid once application has been processed. More info
Usual Rate: GBPGBP £ 430
The training is held at two venues. Within walking distance of each other (10 mins)
SUP Water Safety Rescue Award and SUP Wise Intensiv courses
Albany Mews, Kingston-upon-Thames KT2 5SL, London map
Limited parking on site. All day local street parking - 10 minute walk away. Parking stations nearby.
SUP Yoga Teacher course
The Hawker Centre
Lower Ham Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT2 5BH
Free parking on site.
This enrolment option is a one stop enrolment form covering the below courses.
Note: SUP Rescue and SUP Wise Intensiv courses are required in order to gain your ASI SUP yoga teacher qualification.
SUP Yoga Teacher
Wednesday-Thursday. 19-20 April 2023 9am to 5pm (2 days)
SUP Wise Intensiv
Friday. 21 April 2023 9am to 12pm (3 hrs)
SUP Water Safety Rescue Award
Friday. 21 April 2023. 1pm to 5pm (4 hrs)
Albany Outdoors are providing local support for the ASI training, providing a wealth of local area knowledge.
Leanne Bird Biography
Heathrow Airport (30 mins drive to training venue)
Gatwick Airport (50 mins drive)
Closest train station:
Kingston, Kingston upon Thames (1 mile, 15 min walk)
Closest bus station:
Kingston (1 mile, 5 min walk)
The following equipment and clothing is required to complete the training:
- SUP board or SUP Yoga board & coiled leash
- SUP clothing
If you are travelling and don’t have your SUP board or SUP gear, you can hire it from the Trainer: Leanne Bird
Ph: +44 7876 754 645
Please contact them in advance to organise.
Kingston upon Thames is just 25 minutes by train from central London, yet the picturesque town feels a world away from the hectic big city.
The ASI SUP instructor training is at venues, located right on the water.
It is the ideal supping location in the city. Enjoy stunning views of the river and spot wildlife such as water voles, swans and dragon flies.
Kingston also has numerous parks and walkways along the river.
Seven Saxon Kings are thought to have been crowned in Kingston. The Coronation Stone, Kingston’s most historic landmark, now sits in the grounds of Guildhall near the 12th century Clattern Bridge. Visit Kingston Museum, the local history room or the town’s archives service to learn about Kingston’s rich history from its royal connections to its aviation heritage.
It really is another world.