Flow on the water at sunset using anchored boards.
- Shoes that can get wet
- Your own lock for the lockers
- Water bottle and energy snack
- If unvaccinated for COVID, wear a face mask
- Arrive in quick-dry athletic clothes and bring extras
- Per Lesson
- Four Lesson Pack $225
Learn to SUP in 4 two-hour lessons
You don’t need any water experience to learn to use a touring stand-up paddle board. Get the 4 Pack for one person to take the four 2-hour lessons in order: SUP Basics 1, 2, 3, then 4. Or, you can get lessons for $75 each.
Take 1-2 lessons per week for the most effective learning experience and a 45-min rental in the cove in the meantime (optional). Developing proprioception on water can’t be rushed. Most learners feel clumsy at first and start enjoying themselves after Basics 4. You qualify to become a member after Basics 4. It takes several longer trips for that ah ha! moment when things click into place.
SUP Basics 1: Don’t let its name fool you: Basics 1 is the most fundamental lesson. Learn to outfit yourself and the board, then try strokes in calm water. Learn the quick easy way to fall off the board and get back on.
SUP Basics 2: Gain confidence and learn to dial into your core and legs for stability. Start to turn around buoys and go straight while standing.
SUP Basics 3: Develop each stroke into a circuit of repeated motions. Begin to establish a rhythmic pace. Proprioception will be developing across the board.
SUP Basics 4: Learn about river safety then paddle out into the river to try out your newfound skills in the waves and wind.
After Basics 4, you’re eligible for membership and Intermediate trips. Start with the Little Island, Golden Hour, or River Crossing Trips.
- Ages 18+
- Participants must be able to do 10 push-ups and 10 squats comfortably
- Touring SUP, life jacket, paddle, and instructor
- Restroom, lockers, outdoor showers, changing room
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