Tag - Surfboard

Yoga on the ocean goes with the flow in Metro Vancouver (with video)

If the quintessential Canadian can make love in a canoe, wouldn’t the perfect West Coast type go for yoga on a big, fat surfboard? It gets you outdoors, on the water, closer to nature and you can do a cat stretch, says Kristy Wright Schell, the first...

Surf Shops Australia – Australia’s Biggest Surfboard Retailer – Opens a Fifth Store in Time for Christmas

With over 1400 new surfboards stocked in four stores throughout the East coast of Australia, Surf Shops Australia has the largest selection of any retailer in the country.(PRWeb December 08, 2011)Read the full story at

Edmondson Believes that Having a Strong Core Is for Greater Distance and Accuracy in Your Golf Game, golfersadvice.com Suggests Stand Up Paddleboarding.

For those golfers who haven’t heard of Stand Up Paddleboarding, it’s a rapidly growing, family-oriented recreational sport that utilizes a wider, longer, more stable form of surfboard weighing a scant 25 pounds.(PRWeb November 08, 2011)Read the full story at

Hal Rosoff Classic – SoCal

When: February 7th, 2009. Races start 10:00 a.m. Registration: Race Day, starting at 7:00 Where: Newport Aquatic Center, Newport Beach Men, Women & Junior K1, Men & Women's Surf Ski, Men, Women & Junior OC1, Men & Women OC2, Paddleboard, Standup Surfboard 3 Boats in class to make event /// Awards for first three places Long - SS & OC1 & 2 - Balboa Pier (weather permitting) Short - K1, C1, SS & OC1 & 2, Paddleboard and Standup [...]

Learn Stand-Up Paddle Surfing in Hawaii

Paddle surfing is all the rage in Hawaii. Visitors can take the opportunity to try it during ideal calm summer conditions. Stand up surfing, also known as supping, has become extremely popular among both locals and visitors. It was recently included in the 7th Annual Duke’s Oceanfest, a weeklong surfing celebration which took place at Waikiki Beach, sponsored by the Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation. Supping consists of standing on a modified long (9-11 foot) surfboard and using a canoe