In yoga, you practice asanas (physical poses). The asanas you choose offer a variety of benefits, from training inner strength to strengthening balance, strengthening postural muscles, increasing long-term flexibility, relaxing nervous/joint/muscle tension, controlling breathing.
For asanas on a SUP you need proper SUP yoga teaching, which requires strong muscular effort with fewer points of support on the plank, the benefits are even greater, as additional effort is required to maintain posture on a moving surface. Water and planks are your best allies for balancing postural muscles, improving balance, working all muscles, flatter stomach, etc.
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The great thing about SUP yoga is that it takes you out of your home, studio, or gym to practice in harmony with nature to find greater well-being. "
Best regards (Urdhva Hastasana)
As you inhale, raise your palms above your head, arms extended toward the sky towards your ears. Open your upper back. Lower your armpits while continuing to raise your arms. Extend the pose 75% towards the sky and 25% towards the back.
Half turn forward (Ardha Uttanasana)
As you inhale, lift your head and chest, keeping your back straight and flat. Lean forward while continuing to straighten your back. Benefits: Stretches the whole body on the back, strengthens the back.
Constant Forward Bend (Uttanasana)
Exhale as you bend forward from your hips. Shrink your stomach and straighten your back. Root your legs and squeeze your hamstrings to stretch them as much as possible. Improves flexibility and strengthens the back and hamstrings.