Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) is a great way to enjoy the water. Full instruction will be given, no experience is necessary.
All equipment is provided and the session starts with a short paddle out on the reservoir where the boards are then tethered to a buoy. We'll go through our Yoga practice on the paddle boards while they are still.
With the sounds of nature all around, we hope you'll feel refreshed and restored when we lie down on the boards to relax at the end of your SUP Yoga experience.
After that there's an opportunity to practice your moves or just float around the reservoir and enjoy the evening light.
An outdoor practice in the fresh air can be a wonderful way to experience mindfulness and the benefits of Yoga.
Older kids are welcome if accompanied by an adult, but everyone must be able to swim.
Buoyancy aids are provided for your safety and must be worn
Please aim to arrive at 6pm ready to get changed and out on the water for 615pm.
We'll be back on dry land for 745pm.
How Much Does It Cost?
Tickets for the SUP Yoga are £25
Two friends paddle together for £40
There's a £10 discount for BCYC members (please email Emma - firstname.lastname@example.org with your membership number and I'll send you the code)
Why not book here and give it a go!
What Do I Need To Bring?
A towel and a pair of trainers, beach shoes or pumps that can get wet. Falling in is optional, but maybe bring a change of clothes just in case!
SUPs, paddles and buoyancy aids are provided. You'll need to bring your own wetsuit or clothes and shoes that can get wet, maybe sports leggings or shorts and a T shirt and a towel.
The changing rooms and hot showers will be open, but please wear a mask indoors.
Cheddar Watersports cares about the health and safety of the community.
Prior to attending the course, we will require the completion of temporary membership form, including a Health Declaration.
We will be a maximum of 8 participants plus your qualified and experienced instructor, Emma
What if the weather is bad?
In some circumstances, for example when it is too windy, the session will not be able to take place and an alternative date or full refund will be offered to all participants.
Getting to Cheddar Watersports
Our location is
Bristol Corinthian Yacht Club
Access is via the Axbridge side, the gate at the bottom of the access road should be closed but unlocked, you can open it, drive along the waterside and park in our large car park. Please get out of the car and close the gate after you.
Bristol Water occasionally close public access to the reservoir, but access for watersports is still allowed. If this is the case, you will need to move the barrier at the entrance to the approach road and show any security personnel your course confirmation email.
In some circumstances you may need to park at the entrance and walk along the path to the club.
If you would like to organise a session outside of the times offered, or have any questions about the paddleboarding - please ring Emma on 07884434710