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SUPilates Instructor Workshops Scheduled

SUPilates Instructor Workshops ScheduledAre you interested in teaching Pilates on the Stand Up Paddleboard? SUPilates Instructor workshops have been scheduled for the Summer and Fall of 2011!

SUPilates Instructor workshops teach the basics of Pilates and SUP-appropriate matwork, along with the basics of paddleboard technique, guiding principles, and safety measures. Students will walk away with the knowledge of paddleboarding and the Pilates tools that will help them teach classes on their local waters. Beginner paddleboarders are welcome!

Each SUPilates workshops are two days long. The first half of the first day is spent on the water, followed by Pilates work on land. The second day is spent completely on the water. Registration can be done online at, and registration includes a manual, laminated SUPilates cards, and your paddleboard rental. Bring your own board and save $25 on registration fees. For more information, please contact Karen Mirlenbrink at

Upcoming Workshops include:

  • April 30-May1 – Postcard Inn, St. Pete Beach, FL
  • June 25-26 – Postcard Inn, St. Pete Beach, FL
  • October 3-4 – River Rocks Outdoor Festival, Chattanooga, TN

We are looking forward to some great weekends on the water!

By · Posted on March 6, 2011 · Topic News

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One Response to “SUPilates Instructor Workshops Scheduled”

  1. Simon Trangmar on April 19th, 2014 8:37 am


    Pilates On A FItBall On A SUP….

    You might be interested in what I’ve been getting up to in Australia this summer…. :)—balance—short-version.html

    Enjoy :)



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