Have you tried stand up paddle board yoga – only to fall in love with it – but now it’s far too cold outside to practice at your local body of water – which might, in fact, at the moment be completely frozen over? Or maybe, even if it’s a beautifully warm day, just the thought of accidentally fumbling into the water and getting your hair sopping wet and completely messed up is just unthinkable, and therefore you’ve shied away from ever trying out stand up paddle board yoga? Sometimes even I don’t want to risk getting my hair wet.
Solve your dilemma by allowing yourself to train throughout the winter months and maintain happy dry hair with the Indo Yoga Board. Want more? FREE Indo Yoga Board Demo Classes are being offered with Indo Board Certified Trainer, Amy Ploekelman Mosbey! DATES: February 21st, 10:00AM – 10:45AM & February 22nd, 8:00AM-8:45AM at www.thestudiolife.com/ in Danvville, California! Indo Yoga Board Classes in March TBA.
The Indo Yoga Board, which came from stand up paddle board yoga, has four rockers underneath the deck allowing it to move from side to side for a fun and engaging core challenge. Advanced yogis like to use IndoFLO™ Cushions underneath the Indo Yoga Board for an even greater challenge. Happy Day. – Georgette
If you are in the Jupiter, Florida area, jump start 2014 with a small group workshop on the #IndoYogaBoard with Stacy Oneill.
Tuesdays, 7pm – 8:15pm
January 14th – February 11th (5 weeks)
$150 (Limited to 12 participants)
For more information, go to: www.facebook.com/events/182904788576451/ Happy day to you. – Georgette
Indo Board Hero, lyengar yoga teacher, and bassists, Johnny Colt of rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, helps you to get real feedback! Place a glass of water in the center of your Indo Board. In a plank position, lower yourself till your chest touches the glass – then pushup – into a plank while keeping the glass of water undisturbed ( theoretically). Thanks, Johnny, for your brilliant Indo Board tip! – GeorgetteRead more
Did you see #IndoBoard Man Hunter Joslin yesterday on the #TodayShow doing his guerrilla marketing tactics? In 1998, small business man Hunter Joslin officially began his business in a spare bedroom in Melbourne Beach, Florida with 10 thousand dollars he borrowed from the bank. Since there wasn’t much room in the bedroom, we’d line the rollers up in the kitchen (!!!) with good friend Lance Albers as we three meticulously placed the stickers centered on the rollers. If we were off by a millimeter – Hunter would let you know it! As the business grew, so did the cardboard boxes that contained the boards and rollers which literally took over the house. Yes, I think it’s fair to say we once lived in a cardboard box. In all sincerity, I hope that the Indo Board has brought you a sense of joy, a healthier body, a sense of confidence, and a few good laughs because, essentially, that is Hunter’s purpose despite the unconventional marketing tactics. Thank you, Tom Dugan of Eastern Surf Magazine for letting us use your photos http://