Posts Tagged water

Learn to Surf with #IndoBoard Enthusiast Brian Gale at Nex Generation Surfing School

Summer is here and it’s time to learn how to surf with #IndoBoard Enthusiast, Brian Gale of Nex Generation Surf School.   I worked as one of Brian Gale’s surf instructors many moons ago, and it was one of the most fun and rewarding jobs I’ve ever […]

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How Not To Get Your Hair Wet While Practicing Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga

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 […]

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Indo Board pushup with a Glass of Water Centered on your board to get real Feedback. Brilliant!

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 […]

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Indo Board Brand Ambassador, Marylou Cerami featured in a Fiat commercial

Indo board Brand Ambassador and SUP yoga teacher, Marylou Cerami of Chicago SUPYoga https://www.facebook.com/ChicagoSUPYoga?directed_target_id=0 is featured in a FIAT commercial. How cool is that?! Check out her commercial here –> http://www.grindtv.com/lifestyle/pro-active/post/the-tao-of-mary-lou-ceramis-sup-yoga/ Happy day. – Georgette

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Julie Roach, Indo Board SUP/Yoga Instructor

A few days ago, we had a great time Stand Up Paddle Boarding and practicing Yoga on our SUP’s with Julie Roach of http://www.myyogagirl.com. Julie writes, “Living in Central Florida all my life, water being on both sides and in between, my sport and passion is movement […]

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Indo Board helps Braille Institute kids learn to surf

Every summer Ocean Beach Surf and Skate and Ocean Experience Surf School (their very successful surf school) and Indo Board Balance Trainers partner with the San Diego Chapter of the Braille Institute to give visually impaired youth the chance to learn to surf.

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