Come See What's New At Indo Board – July 2017 Newsletter

 

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See What’s New

Bliss! And our best deal ever! Get 25% off all Indo Yoga Boards! Practice stand up paddle yoga in the comfort of your home, yoga studio, or your most favorite, peaceful place. Sale ends July 31st, 2017. Supplies are limited. Get yours here.
Yoga teacher, school teacher, surfer, and Indo Board Team Rider, Lauren Petterson (shown above), shows us how it’s beautifully done.
Join Lauren Petterson for the NamasteSUP Challenge! There are a lot of prizes to be won. Click here for details.
 
 

Featured Brand Ambassador


Summer is here in the northern hemisphere! If you can, come take Surf’Sup Yoga class on the Indo Yoga Board every Tuesday at 9:45 AM with Brand Ambassador and Team Rider, Evelyn O’Doherty at Mandala Yoga Center For Healing Arts.
 

Featured Coach


How To Practice Your Golf Tricks! Coach Rusty leads the way in his inspiring and fun-filled video. Would you like to learn how to play golf with Coach Rusty? Here you go. Ryan_Inquiries@golfstars.agency
 

FEATURED VIDEOS


Challenge! How many clap pushups will you do? Nelson Cruz is INDO IT. Need some fitness motivation? See his superhero workout video here.
 

In this videoOscar Borrajo oversees Ana as she succeeds at rail grabs. As you attempt this challenge, try not to let your Indo Board touch the ground. Ana is riding an Indo Board Kicktail Pro Natural. Want one? Get yours here.
 

FEATURED TEAM RIDERS


Challenge! Get outside today as soon as possible like Team Rider, Leo Oppenheim and Jake at the Northwest slackfest. See their fantastic video here.
 

In this video, Team Rider, Sophie Compeau, keeps herself tuned up before, during, and after hockey season by cross training on her Indo Board. Watch her incredible balance and speed! How do you stay on top of your game?
 

12-year-old Team Rider, Trinity Lewis, just keeps getting better and better every day! In this video, Trinity Lewis shows us how to jump rope, back flip, hang 10 jump, unicycle jump, nunchuck on the Indo Board, and forward flip off of the Roller. Incredible!
Would you like to see more fun videos like this one? Please follow Trinity Lewis on his Youtube channel at www.youtube.com/trinitylewis.
 

Congratulations to Indo Board Brand Ambassador and Team Rider, Evelyn O’Doherty, for winning 1st at the Charles Island SUP Race!
 

Happy and Healthy July To You!

Indo Board Man, Hunter Joslin, Is Interviewed In Stand Up Journal Magazine!

Ten Years a Sport: Voices from Sup Pioneers on

WHERE WE’VE BEEN & WHERE WE’RE GOING!

By Clay Feeter, publisher of  Standup Journal

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Hunter Joslin, president, Indo Board Balance Trainer, Indian Harbour Beach, FL

I first experienced sup in 2006 when I purchased the very first sup paddle that Kialoa produced. It was all aluminum, and I used a 12-foot Greg Loehr Longboard for my first meager attempts to figure out what Laird was talking about. It was very difficult due to the 23-inch width of the board and the fact that there were no instructions back then.

The standup evolution, for me, started with a complete collection of the Surftech Donald Takayama boards. Starting on the 11’3”, I progressed over a short amount of time to the 10’3”, then the 9’8”, 9’4”, 8’8” and settled finely on the 8’4” as my everyday sup wave rider. In 2010 I had my right hip re-surfaced, and I used sup as a huge part of my rehabilitation. Using a Surftech 12’6” BARK, I began with 3- to 4-mile paddles, and steadily worked up to 6–10 milers over a year’s time. As my hip grew stronger I realized how much better I was surfing due to the increased fitness of my core, shoulders and legs from consistent suping.

Now here I am 10 years after my first sup experience, and I cannot believe the growth the sport has achieved and the future potential still to be achieved! As a child of the skateboard revolution back in the ‘60s and ‘70s, I can compare the growth of sup to that era. Gradually sup has introduced surfing inland! Skateboarding introduced surfing to inland dwellers; certainly not the same demographic, but inland nonetheless! Skateboarding attracted the non-conformists and social outcasts while sup is doing exactly the opposite. Suddenly tri-athletes, adventure racers, cyclists, trainers and fitness-minded people became interested in sup! This is the demographic that skateboarding never appealed to! Sup racks on cars and pickups are now everywhere from coast to coast.

Plans for 2017? The sport hasn’t even begun to plateau, but the rapid change in equipment is definitely difficult for the different brands to keep up without losing money due to outdated inventory. I’m fortunate, as the Indo Board designs are not subject to that product evolution. The Indo Yoga Board that I designed specifically for the sup yoga market is still growing and will continue to be an important part of our product mix. The importance of balance training, as an important aspect of the whole sup experience, will never go away, and I look forward to continuing to be an active part of the sup community.

Biggest surprise? The huge development of inflatables across the whole spectrum of sup board designs. I never thought inflatables could be as large a market segment as they have become.

-Hunter

Check out the full story in the upcoming Stand Up Journal Magazine due out in September. 🙂 Georgette

Wish List.

5x5IndoyogaboardchristmasdiscountDec2015How To Bliss out Practicing Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga All Year Round.

Practice stand up paddle board yoga on your Indo Yoga Board when it’s too cold outside. Or when you can’t get to your most favorite body of water. Because when you can’t go outdo, you can go Indo. All year round.

Hurry! Don’t miss out! Get 10% OFF and FREE SHIPPING

on all Indo Yoga Boards and receive a FREE YogaFit DVD valued at $15.95. Offer valid December 2 – 18, 2015 in continental USA and only at indoboard.com.yoga.
 
🙂 Georgette

The NamasteSUP Challenge

Indo Yoga Board Goddess, Becky Chester.

It’s not too late to join in on the NamasteSUP Challenge! Come join the fun. Lots of prizes too. 🙂 Georgette

Join The #NamasteSUPChallenge. The challenge is an instability challenge on Instagram. Practice and Post your yoga practice using the photo calendar as your guide. Namaste SUP and Sponsors are not liable for any injuries. Please use caution and practice ahimsa.
Four random participants will be chosen to win one of the following prizes provided by our Sponsors. In addition the winners will be featured in Boarders Magazine. ➢ Laird Om Yoga board (Shipping not included)
➢ Trucker hat, a set of rack pads and a coil leash from Boga Boards
➢ Indo Board T-shirt ➢ $50 gift certificate from Blooming Lotus Jewelry ➢ $50 dollar gift certificate, a headband, a reusable cozy bag, and a natural yoga tote from Cozy Orange
➢ Free pair of Ahnu shoes (winner’s choice from the Ahnu website)

The Challenge begins August 1st.
Step 1: Please Follow our sponsors on Instagram:
@namastesup
@LairdStandUp
@boardersmag
@indo_board
@BOGAYoga
@BloomingLotusJewelry
@Cozyorange
@ahnufootwear

Step 2:
Post your photo to Instagram
Step 3: In order to be eligible for the prizes please Copy and Paste the following for your photo caption on Instagram
#NamasteSUPChallenge #LairdStandUp #IndoYogaBoard #indoboard #ahnu #BloomingLotusJewelry #cozyorange #jadeyoga #cozysummer #cozyiseco #cozyplanet #cozycutie #bogaboards #bogayoga #thewaterismystudio
@NamasteSUP
@LairdStandUp
@boardersmag
@indo_board
@BOGAYoga
@BloomingLotusJewelry
@Cozyorange
@ahnufootwear

Step 4: Last Step (YAY)
Download the Flipagram App: flipagram.com/
Create a Flipagram using the pictures you posted for the challenge. Tag #NamasteSUPChallengeFinal
Photo Challenge due by: Wednesday September 2nd

How To Use The IndoFLO™ Cushion With The Indo Yoga Board


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Please check out our social network. Thank you!
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This video will help in understanding how to use your Indo Yoga Board. The Indo Yoga Board is changing the way yoga is practiced by introducing an unstable platform on which to practice your yoga poses.  The Indo Yoga board can be used for both Asana Yoga and Vinyasa Flow Yoga.  The key to feeling comfortable on the Indo Yoga Board is to take the time to understand the feel and movement of the board and to slow down your poses and become more mentally engaged in your poses.
The Indo Yoga Board has varying levels of progression and instability.  The wooden rockers on the bottom of the board provide a basic or beginning level of instability.  Placing three Indo Board IndoFLO inflatable cushions underneath the board will increase the level of instability and increase the challenge.  The inflation of the IndoFLO cushions changes the instability of the Indo Yoga Board.  Inflating the IndoFLO cushions just enough so that the wooden rockers on the bottom of the Indo Yoga Board are not touching the floor, creates more instability.  Further inflating the IndoFLO cushions continues to create more and more instability.  Be sure to experiment with inflation of the cushions to find the right level of instability for your personal preference.
Practicing yoga on the Indo Yoga Board creates more muscle activation than traditional yoga on a stable surface.  The Indo Yoga Board is meant to challenge all levels of yoga enthusiasts by forcing the user to slow down their pose and focus on engaging their core and other stabilizing muscles that may not be used in traditional yoga.

Indo Yoga Board 101 | How To Get Started


Buy here: indoboard.com/yoga-board/yoga-board-trio
See more here: indoboard.com/yoga-board/yoga-board-trio
Please check out our social network. Thank you!
Facebook: www.facebook.com/indoboard
Indo Board Fitness on Facebook  www.facebook.com/IndoBoardFitness
Twitter: twitter.com/indoboard
Instagram: instagram.com/indo_board
YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/indoboard
Tumber: indoboard.tumblr.com/
Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/getteakai/
Google +: plus.google.com/105773458114089955264/posts
Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/company/indo-board
Get Sponsored with Indo Board at Hookit: www.hookit.com/members/indoboardman
This video will help in understanding how to use your Indo Yoga Board. The Indo Yoga Board is changing the way yoga is practiced by introducing an unstable platform on which to practice your yoga poses.  The Indo Yoga board can be used for both Asana Yoga and Vinyasa Flow Yoga.  The key to feeling comfortable on the Indo Yoga Board is to take the time to understand the feel and movement of the board and to slow down your poses and become more mentally engaged in your poses.
The Indo Yoga Board has varying levels of progression and instability.  The wooden rockers on the bottom of the board provide a basic or beginning level of instability.  Placing three Indo Board IndoFLO inflatable cushions underneath the board will increase the level of instability and increase the challenge.  The inflation of the IndoFLO cushions changes the instability of the Indo Yoga Board.  Inflating the IndoFLO cushions just enough so that the wooden rockers on the bottom of the Indo Yoga Board are not touching the floor, creates more instability.  Further inflating the IndoFLO cushions continues to create more and more instability.  Be sure to experiment with inflation of the cushions to find the right level of instability for your personal preference.
Practicing yoga on the Indo Yoga Board creates more muscle activation than traditional yoga on a stable surface.  The Indo Yoga Board is meant to challenge all levels of yoga enthusiasts by forcing the user to slow down their pose and focus on engaging their core and other stabilizing muscles that may not be used in traditional yoga.