Sarah has since completed her third Yoga Teacher Training for 100 hours at Maha Yoga in Brentwood, CA. She offers SUP Yoga Teacher Training Certification courses four times per year as well as SUP Yoga Retreats at some of the most beautiful locations around the world. She is the SUP Yoga Program Coordinate for Wanderlust Yoga Festivals, a Reebok Athlete and a brand ambassador for BOGA Yoga Paddle Boards.
While Adèle was getting her film/TV MFA at USC she began her 200-hour RYT training at Love Yoga in Venice with Katonah teachers Kyle Miller and Sian Gordon. The next year she tried her first SUP yoga class, and quickly fell in love. Being on the water infused the practice with a feeling of peace, inspiration, and playfulness that Adèle hadn’t encountered anywhere else. She signed up for her 40-hour SUP yoga teacher training with YOGAqua that week, and has since assisted with the SUP yoga classes at Wanderlust. Adèle’s classes are mindfully sequenced to build strength and flexibility, and help you find a new perspective.
Tangi was introduced to SUP Yoga through a friend who was visiting and convinced her to go to class. She instantly became intrigued and knew she wanted to experience more. Tangi set out to find a practice closer to where she lived, and that’s when she came across YOGAqua. She took a class and knew right away that it was a perfect match for her to bring her love of yoga into nature and enjoy the water in a new and exciting way.
Wanting to learn and understand yoga more, Tangi enrolled into the Tamal Yoga School and received her Yoga Alliance Certification. Soon after, she knew that she needed to learn and understand her love for SUP Yoga more as well. She enrolled in the teacher training program at YOGAqua where she received her SUP Yoga Instructor Certification and WPA Level 1 Certification.
Tangi is more than excited to be a part of the YOGAqua family, and can’t wait to share her love of SUP Yoga with her students!
Before moving to Los Angeles she earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration from Sacramento State University and completed teacher training at YOGAqua in March 2017 followed by her 200 RYT through Yoga Alliance under Tamal Dodge in the Spring of 2018.
Now Allyson can’t get enough of the water and spends every weekend assisting classes and teaches the sunset paddles on Friday evenings.
Just a few short months after her training, Leah and her family left for her husband’s next 3.5 year military tour. This time, they were stationed on the beautiful Hawaiian island of O’ahu.
It was during that move that she fell in love with S.U.P. Yoga, completed a training on the mainland, and after returning to Hawai’i was inspired to start her own business, Yoga Kai.
Knowing her time on the island was precious, she led multiple classes daily, led numerous Yoga Kai teacher trainings each year, built a team of fun energetic yogis and helped grow the S.U.P. Yoga presence around Hawai’i.
Leah and her family were fortunate enough to get re stationed in what they consider their “home”, Ventura, CA.
This move “home” was welcomed with the exciting opportunity to continue Leah’s love of SUP Yoga with the YOGAqua family. Being on the water is her happy place and being able to experience that with YOGAqua is what she calls “Pure magic.”
Leah aims to deliver a balance of fun and challenge in her classes while inspiring others to live happy and healthy lives. Her mantra for happiness and health is, “You can only keep what you have by giving it away.”