Standup Paddleboard Yoga on 30A




Shanda Beste, of Inner Chi Wellness & Soul Shine SUP Yoga, is offering standup paddleboard yoga at the Boathouse with Yolo Board Adventures at Watercolor Resort and private or group paddle instruction, customized parties and retreats along the beautiful coastal waters of Scenic Highway 30A in South Walton County.

Beginners are welcome and board rentals are available. Paddleboard Yoga quickly builds strength and confidence while offering an awesome sense of accomplishment, and the thrill of being alive and connected to nature.

Beste is an ACE-approved and WPA-certified SUP yoga instructor with more than a decade of experience working in Key West in the watersports industry. She recently sold her health food store, wellness center and yoga studio in Andalusia, Alabama, and is now back at the beach full-time.

Contact Beste for a customized retreat for your women’s group, birthday celebration, or for private paddle lessons or join her email list for information on upcoming Happy Hour Paddle Parties, SUP yoga weekly classes, workshops and retreats.

For more information, call 239-560-6667 or visit 30APaddleboardYoga.com.
 

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