A model demonstrates a "Pigeon Pose" during a Paddleboard Yoga demonstration in San Deigo Bay, California. Move over hot, flying and spinning yoga. REUTERS/Shadow Van Houten
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Paddleboard yoga is the latest trend to stand the ancient practice of breath control, body postures and movement on its head – this time on a surfboard surrounded by water.SUP Yoga joins two ancient traditions.Exercise physiologist and yoga instructor Jessica Matthews said the paddling technique intrinsic to SUP Yoga adds an upper body component to the practice.Matthews' paddleboard yoga classes start with warm-up, breathing and stability exercises on land, much like a regular yoga class."The beauty of SUP yoga is that you can do it on any body of water".She said the most common question she gets about SUP yoga is: "Am I going to get wet?
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