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Stand Up Paddle Lesson @ Shoreline Lake

Have you been wanting to try stand up paddle? I have and I found a place to do it right at shoreline park. I am going to take a lesson Saturday May 10th and am inviting others to join me in this fun experience! https://shorelinelake.com/regsup.htm This is the link to register on line, cost is $69.00 includes land lesson then 1 hour on lake lesson. We will grab food in the cafe and chat after. Patty Have you ever wanted to learn to walk on water? See people standing up on huge "surfboards" and think it looks fun? It is! Easy to learn the basics, and great core workout! Improve and increase you balance and core muscles, while having a great time on the water! Unlike surfing you don't need waves to be able stand up paddle. In your beginning lesson, you will learn techniques to be able to stand up on the board, and paddle with correct technique, all in the safe and calm waters at Shoreline Lake. Once you've learned the basics, you can come back and rent a board to practice your new skills! In a lesson, the first 30 min will be on land, talking about the different parts of the board and how to get on and stand up. The next hour or so will be spent on the water. While this may not seem like a long time, it will be a good workout for you if you've never paddled!

What To Bring

Appropriate for ages 8 and up. Students should bring comfortable clothes, a jacket or fleece, a towel and change of clothes, lots of sun protection, a lanyard to secure their glasses around their heads, a bottle of water, and non-skid/non-marking shoes (water booties, aquasocks or Teva sandals work great!).

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  • A former member
    A former member

    It would seem so cold without a wet suit. Is there a way to dress that will preserve body heat?

    May 9, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Did you guys register with shoreline rec? I look forward to doing this on Saturday!

    May 6, 2014

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