Yoga Stand Up Paddle Board

The popularity of SUP yoga continues to grow and our inflatable yoga paddle board, the Activ 10’8”, offers you everything you need to de-stress and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of paddle board yoga. Designed specifically with yoga in mind, it has greater thickness than a Ride board and a wide, stable deck that is complemented with a full EVA deckpad to create the perfect yoga platform. What’s more, the carry handles are at the side of the deck to maximise your workout space. That said, once you’ve finished your yoga session, it’s also a fantastic stand up paddle board that glides effortlessly across the water.

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The Benefits of Paddle Board Yoga

Yoga on a paddle board is not only a great way to improve your flexibility, core strength and stability, it’s also an opportunity to find some peaceful, tranquil surroundings, immerse yourself in the environment and de-stress from the pressures of the modern world.

For more information about the many health benefits, including a video of how to perform some simple yoga moves, see our blog “Stretch your body and mind with SUP yoga

SUP Yoga – Minute Masterclass

Become a SUP Yogi with this sequence of some of the most popular Yoga poses to try on your Yoga Paddle Board.

Cat Variations

SUP yoga cat variations
Cat Variations are a great way to start a SUP yoga session, as they help you find a balance point on the board and your body.

Down Dog

SUP yoga down dog illustration
A great way to start moving the body freely, it creates length through your spine as you connect to your breath and the water.

Chair Pose

SUP yoga chair pose illustration

This pose builds strength in your legs and core, creating a sense of grounding – which can be a challenge when you’re on a moving board.

Warrior 2

SUP yoga warrior 2 illustration
Warrior 2 is one of the trickiest poses you can do on your board – but it does encourage you to be strong, steady and calm.


SUP yoga headstand illustration
One of our favourite poses – but also one of the most difficult. It’s great to see the water and sky upside down, and float freely with your legs above your head.


SUP yoga shavasana illustration
Probably the best position, as well as being the most essential. There’s no better feeling than floating along as your hands and feet dangle in the water.