SUP Yoga

Paddle Board Yoga is the art performing of yoga while stand up paddleboarding (SUP) usually while the board is in calm water, such as a lake. The sport combines hatha yoga and vinyasa yoga asanas, or poses, with surfing.

You're in safe hands, our instructors are certified by:

(1HR) SUP YOGA (All Levels)

10 BHD

Develop focus, core strength, balancing skills and activate muscles that aren't being used on land, all while being surrounded by beautiful scenery with our certified SUP Yoga instructors.




Soak your feet in the sandy beaches of Novotel for this yoga session overlooking the Manama skyline with our certified yoga instructors - Beach yoga mats are included.

*Yoga Class + Beach Day Pass Promo: Pay BD 15 to get both the Yoga Class and a day pass at the beach & pool with towel service from 6am to sunset (Original total value of BD 19)!



Intro to SUP Yoga Course

60 BHD

Discover SUP Yoga with Beach Culture: This course is designed to help you build confidence as we learn the fundamentals of SUP Yoga at your own pace in a safe environment.

x6 Sessions (60mins):

Session one ‘Fearless’
Break your fears by learning how to ‘fall’

Session two ‘Balanced’
Find your balance on the board.

Session three ‘Prop Yourself’
Use the board as a prop to help you with balance and to take your stretch to a deeper level.

Session four ‘Go with the flow’
Incorporating what we’ve learned so far in a yoga flow.

Session five ‘Paddles Up’
Introducing the paddle as a prop.

Session six ‘Pose’
We will find our edge by striking yoga poses on the board (It’s going to be instal-worthy!!)

End of course certificate will be provided by Beach Culture.

Course is taught by Maryam Almutawa



We're here to answer any questions you may have. Check out the below FAQs and if you have more questions, hit us up with an email or a call and we'll be happy to help.

Even though paddleboards look like oversized surfboards, you don't need waves in order to enjoy this self-propelled sport. In fact, flat water is preferred for building your paddleboard skills.
The choice is determined by a combination of paddler weight and skill, your intended use and the local conditions. Contact Us for help with choosing the right paddleboard for you.
The elbow in a paddle provides a more powerful, effective stroke. When you're paddling, the elbow causes the paddle blade to align straight up and down as it comes alongside the paddleboard.
Wear clothing that lets you move and that can get wet: shorts and a T-shirt or a swimsuit work well in warm climates. In cold weather when hypothermia is a danger, consider a wetsuit or drysuit. Always wear a PFD (Personal Flotation Device).
Stand just behind the center point of the board. The nose (front) of the board shouldn't pop out of the water, and the tail shouldn't dig in.