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Created by LadyGrey A week ago, 15 May 2017
LadyGrey
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15 May 2017 11:41AM
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Anyone else teach SUP Yoga? I'm looking at getting a dedicated SUP Yoga board and so far it's between the Starboard Dashama or the Fanatic Fly Fit. What are the opinions of those out there on either board? Brand? etc. Thanks!

KP.
NSW, 67 posts
15 May 2017 4:56PM
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LadyGrey said..
Anyone else teach SUP Yoga? I'm looking at getting a dedicated SUP Yoga board and so far it's between the Starboard Dashama or the Fanatic Fly Fit. What are the opinions of those out there on either board? Brand? etc. Thanks!


In the inflatable market there is redpaddleco.com/board/108-activ/
And when it comes to hard boards. Just make sure the deck is super flat. Bic Cross Range, Ecs 11'2 Evo or 10'6 are a good start. But a flatter deck will give you the stability you need to do some sup yogi.

seaFreaks
QLD, 60 posts
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20 May 2017 11:54AM
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There are stacks of boards out there that work well, Just depends whether you want a hard board or not. The Naish Odysseus is perfect for SUP Yoga and well priced. There are stacks of inflatable options with good width and super stable as well. You can get away with doing it on almost any board, some are just a lot more difficult. I work closely with a lady on the GC Pure Aloha Yoga, It might be worth getting in touch with her and pick her brain. Any questions dont hesitate to ask. Good Luck.

HumanCartoon
VIC, 2057 posts
Monday , 22 May 2017 12:33PM
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Sunny King also do a dedicated yoga board, worth a look

supwarehouse.com.au/paddleboards/womens-yoga-series/sunny-king-10-yoga-series/

carbine
WA, 1374 posts
Monday , 22 May 2017 3:59PM
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Either the dashama or fly fit you will be happy with. They are very similar

On these the small details for yoga are done right e.g. Handles on the rails and not in the middle of the board and Anchor points on nose and tail for group sessions.

For me the choice would be on looks and bag. The dashama is clean looking with the calming blue colour scheme, the fanatic is like any other board. The padded magic coffin bag with the Starboard is Awesome where as the fly fit bag is so so (bit like the starboard zen bag)



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