Introductory Stand Up Paddleboarding
Ever thought people standing up on huge "surfboards" and gliding across the water looked like they’re having fun? They are!
Unlike surfing, stand up paddling doesn’t require waves. And, with easy-to-learn basics and a great core workout, you’ll improve your balance and core muscles; all while having a great time on the safe and calm waters of Shoreline Lake.
Appropriate for ages 8 and up. The beginner lesson focuses on helping you learn techniques so you can stand up on the board, and paddle with correct technique. And, once you’ve learned the basics, you are then able to rent a board to continue practicing your new skills.
The lesson is in two parts: The first 30 min is held on land, going over the different parts of the board, and how to get on and stand up. Then, the next hour or so will be spent on the water. While the time may seem to fly by and not seem strenuous, if you’ve never paddled before, chances are you’ll see how good a workout this can be.
You’ll learn the following skills:
- • Paddling Skills – Essential Strokes, Turning Techniques
- • Proper Movement – Stance, Balancing, Positioning
- • Falling & Recovering, Equipment Specifics, and more…
What To Bring
Students should bring comfortable clothes and/or a swimsuit. No cotton. Sunglasses and hat recommended. Students should also bring a towel and change of clothes, lots of sun protection, a lanyard to secure their glasses around their heads, a bottle of water, and non-skid/non-marking shoes (water booties, aquasocks or Teva sandals work great).
|Introductory Stand Up Paddleboarding||1 day class 10:30am-12:00pm||$85|
|Session added on Saturday, December 2nd at a new time - 11am-12:30pm. Registration now available.|
Want to purchase as a gift? Or, to have a pre-paid option available? Shoreline offers gift cards that can be used any time. Just contact the Boathouse (at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.965.7474), and we’ll get you set up